Exercising the First Amendment for 2020

Participate in a nation-wide poll on one of the biggest hot-button issues in American politics.

by Banyan Hill Sponsored

    Published on Mar 23, 2019 at 12:23 AM
    Updated on Mar 23, 2019 at 8:40 AM

    With the 2020 election growing ever closer, the country continues to be divided politically.

    From disputes about the appropriateness of displaying the Confederate flag, to rights for minorities, and the ever-growing concern about security at the U.S. border, the 2020 election promises to be contentious... if not the most combative ever!

    And with the ever-growing popularity of social media, more and more U.S. citizens are taking advantage of one of their foremost rights and freedoms... freedom of speech.

    This company is conducting a nation-wide poll to allow Americans the right to exercise their First Amendment right -- and it touches on what is sure to be one of the most hot-button issues in the upcoming election cycle.

    Click here to participate.

     

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