Infinity United Political Party is nonprofit and nonpartisan. Formed on 11-10-2016 due to the political unrest throughout America. Our purpose is to help give a true, fair, and equal balance to the political process and give it transparency to reinforce the truth. To uphold the true meaning of democracy and help protect all of our voting rights, especially for women and minorities who were not allowed to vote before 1908. We will work to protect human rights and all of our rights of accomplishments. This political party includes all Americans with the ability to vote. We intend to solidify the purpose of the electoral college and the original intent of its creation. With your help we will prevent the clock from turning backwards. If you are a concerned voter, we suggest you join us.

The Last State To Abolish Slavery:

"Until February 7, 2013, the state of Mississippi had never submitted the required documentation to ratify the Thirteenth Amendment, meaning it never officially had abolished slavery. The amendment was adopted in December 1865 after the necessary three-fourths of the then 36 states voted in favor of ratification."

​- Ben Waldron ABC News, via World News

"​While the Thirteenth Amendment was set into law, thus outlawing slavery anywhere in the United States, on December 6, 1865 when it secured the needed 27 of 36 (3/4) states’ approval.
It wasn’t until 130 years later on March 16, 1995 that Mississippi finally got around to ratifying the Thirteenth Amendment.  As you might expect, this made Mississippi the last state to ratify it, with the previous state of the initial 36 being Kentucky in 1976 and before that Delaware in 1901.  All three of those states, along with New Jersey, initially rejected the amendment in 1865, though just 9 months after rejecting it, New Jersey changed their mind and ratified it.  The others took a little longer."

Daven Hiskey​, Today I Found Out

​​If you have any doubt as to what I'm saying to be anything other than the truth, click the link below to further understand the current state of our people in this country.

The Electoral College: 

"The Electoral College is a process, not a place. The founding fathers established it in the Constitution as a compromise between election of the President by a vote in Congress and election of the President by a popular vote of qualified citizens. ... The Electoral College consists of 538 electors."

How does the electoral college give equal voting power to individual voters?

IT DOESN'T. The Electoral College is out dated and is a relic of our countries aging system. The Electoral College at one point was a law that supported slavery: to elect people to office and deny a majority vote. That law should have been deleted by the time slavery was abolished. It is now being used to deny a majority vote. It is unlawful to withhold the voting power of the American people, because America is supposed to be a country of majority rule.


Transferring The Power of Choice: Lies with Voting for Our Senate

​Transferring the power of choice, to the people lies with who you vote for in the senate. This body of law makers control the will of the people.

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