|Vice President Joe Biden shakes the hand of NAACP President Cornell William Brooks before the vice president delivered a fiery speech on voting rights on the final day of the annual NAACP convention in Las Vegas, Nevada on Wednesday.|
disproportionately disenfranchise minorities, women, the elderly and the poor, are needed to deter voter
fraud, though there is no conclusive data whatsoever that such state laws combat any such minimally applicable alleged fraudulent activities.
The gathering was replete with speeches and forums
Biden's speech comes on the heels of a call by newly installed NAACP President Cornell William Brooks for a revolution of change around the issues facing Black America and a get-out-the vote speech by Congresswoman and Congressional Black Caucus Chairperson Marcia L. Fudge of Ohio at the convention on Monday.