Thursday, June 3, 2010

Who Defends the Rights of Citizens to Sign Petitions?

Hi Yupette,

I am employed by Arlington County. I also signed the 'change of government petition'. We have a right to sign petitions, afforded to us by the U.S. Constitution. Who would I contact if I am demoted or fired for signing the petition?

Kim - DHS

10 Comments:

At 03 June, 2010 , Anonymous Robert said...

Easiest and quickest thing to do is to go to the Virginia Attorney General's Web site and file a complaint.

 
At 03 June, 2010 , Anonymous Tom said...

Kim,

You should contact:

Mr. Kenneth Cuccinelli
Attorney General
900 East Main Street
Richmond VA 23219

(804) 786-2071


Hope this helps.

 
At 03 June, 2010 , Anonymous Green Guy said...

Don't bother calling the Commonwealth Attorney's office - they're too busy defending the Arlington police against excessive use of force charges by the homeless and minorities.

 
At 04 June, 2010 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

'Cooch' is too busy trying to prove that Global Warming is a Socialist plot.

 
At 04 June, 2010 , Anonymous Berry-Murray said...

Call us after November. One of us may be able to help you, we hope.

 
At 05 June, 2010 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

More reason to sign the petition!

 
At 05 June, 2010 , Anonymous Scooter said...

Change the Government. That's what the Tea Party is all about. Meetup is at Stars and Bars Patriot Harley in Leesburg every Wednesday at 7 PM. Information? Ask for Snake in the Parts Department.

 
At 06 June, 2010 , Anonymous Hog is God said...

Where is Stars and Bars Patriot Harley located in Leesburg?

 
At 06 June, 2010 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Between American Community Newspapers building and the Sons of the Confederacy headquarters.

 
At 13 June, 2010 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi, there's serious harassment of the people who are gathering signatures. Won't stop us.

 

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