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Voting rights advocate to speak in Worthington

Event is Jan. 19 at Solid Rock Assembly.

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WORTHINGTON — Kim Crockett, a lawyer, writer and voting rights advocate, will speak at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 19, at Solid Rock Assembly, 1730 Diagonal Rd., Worthington.

Crockett works with American Majority, the Election Integrity Network and Minnesota Voters Alliance to protect the vote of every American. She chairs For Kids & Country, fighting Marxism in schools.

Through writing and speaking, she points to state-sponsored unconstitutional changes in election law led by the DNC’s Democracy Docket, election interference by Big-Tech players like Mark Zuckerberg, a failure of states to follow statutory election law, as well as election irregularities and voter fraud. She volunteered as a lawyer in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Georgia on 2020 election day operations and post-election work.

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