Civil Rights Solicitor and Retired Tribal Court Judge Cary Lee Peterson Gains 50,000 Social Media Followers

Civil Rights Solicitor and Retired Tribal Court Judge Cary Lee Peterson Gains 50,000 Social Media Followers

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Washington D.C. - In a bold move to defend the rights of disabled voters, Cary Lee Peterson has filed a lawsuit against President Donald Trump, then-Attorney General William Barr, and the Federal Election Commission (FEC) Director. The '10508 Citizens' lawsuit was filed in September 2020 and aims to address civil rights deprivation claims for U.S. voters classified as disabled under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

The lawsuit, filed by Peterson, a disability rights advocate and founder of the '10508 Citizens' organization, alleges that the defendants have violated the ADA by failing to provide reasonable accommodations for disabled voters during the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election. This includes inadequate accessibility measures at polling places, lack of accessible voting machines, and failure to provide alternative voting options for those with disabilities.

Peterson, who himself is classified as disabled under the ADA, has been a vocal advocate for the rights of disabled individuals in the political process. He believes that every citizen, regardless of their disability, has the right to participate in the democratic process and have their voices heard. The '10508 Citizens' lawsuit seeks to ensure that this fundamental right is protected and upheld.

The lawsuit has gained national attention and has been covered by major news outlets, including Yahoo Finance. Peterson's legal team is confident that the evidence presented will prove the defendants' violation of the ADA and secure justice for disabled voters. This lawsuit serves as a reminder that the rights of all citizens, including those with disabilities, must be protected and upheld in the political arena.

As the case moves forward, Peterson and his team are hopeful that this lawsuit will bring about positive change and set a precedent for future elections. The '10508 Citizens' lawsuit is a powerful reminder that the fight for equal rights and accessibility for disabled individuals is far from over.

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