The Maine Chapter of the Freedom from Religion Foundation is now asking those who want to “follow” the Chapter to do so with their real name and email address.
WordPress is a blog format that the Maine Chapter of the FFRF is trying to use as a website. Our purpose for using this site is to both inform readers on the importance of the separation of church and state and to increase Chapter membership from people who live in Maine.
In the near future we will be requiring everyone who wants to follow the Chapter to live in Maine and use their real name and email address. Any personal information will be kept in strict confidence and will not be shared with anyone for any reason.
President, FFRF Maine
VOTE “YES ON ONE” TO STOP THE REPEAL OF RCV AND TO RESTORE RCV PERMANENTLY
The wording of the ballot question (shown below) is convoluted at best on the first read. To understand what the question is asking just read the bold section. It is asking voters if they want to permanently reject the current “delay-and-repeal” law. The rest just summarizes that law which we want to stop. So VOTE YES ON QUESTION ONE to stop the delay and repeal of RCV.
Question 1: Do you want to reject the parts of a new law that would delay the use of ranked-choice voting in the election of candidates for any state or federal office until 2022, and then retain the method only if the constitution is amended by December 1, 2021, to allow ranked-choice voting for candidates in state elections?
I urge you to spread the word so everyone you know understands what Question One is asking.