What a Colored Man Should Do to Vote by Anonymous
Alternate Title: To the Colored Men of Voting Age in the Southern States
As citizens of the United States, you cannot value too highly your right to vote, which is an expression of your choice of the officers who shall be placed in control of your nearest and dearest interests.
You should vote at every election. In National and congressional elections, vote for the best interests of the country. In local elections, vote for the best interests of the community in which you live.
NEVER SELL YOUR VOTE.