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7 months and 7 days until November 3, 2020, let's do everything WE can to get out the vote and hear from the majority of Americans. We have the power to leave a safe, prosperous, healthy, clean, honest, democratic nation to the next generation of Americans -- our children and grandchildren.

STIMULUS BILL ON VOTE BY MAIL -- MARCH 29

 

Moreover, this compromise legislation doesn't include any mandate that states expand voting access. Pelosi's package, by contrast, would have required that states offer 15 days of in-person early voting; remove any excuse requirement to vote absentee by mail; mail every registered voter a ballot in case of an emergency like the current one; and allow voters to register both online and on the same day they cast a ballot. Without these policies, countless Americans may be unable to vote without putting their health at risk.

Election experts have widely recommended that Congress use its authority to immediately require and fund the switch to extensive voting by mail (at least in federal elections) as a way to guarantee that elections still go forward and are conducted in a manner that minimizes potential exposure to the virus among voters and election workers. However, it will take time, effort, and organization to ensure that states can effectively implement such policies, and related measures will be necessary to ensure mail voting doesn’t disenfranchise anyone. This is why Congress must act as soon as possible.

A  TSUNAMI OF BOTH "RED" AND  "BLUE" STATES  Take  Vote At Home ACTION -- HURRAH!

 

California, Massachusetts, New Mexico, Hawaii, New York, Ohio, Rhode Island, Montana, Maryland, Delaware, Alaska, Arkansas and more

 

REPUBLICAN-LED STATES OPPOSING VOTE BY MAIL . . .

Texas, Alabama, Wisconsin deserves special mention. They ae holding an election on April 7 in the midst of a pandemic with orders for people to stay in and not congregate.  The League of Women Voters, and others, are suing in Federal Court.

See individual state pages

Vote At Home

RESPOND TO THE CORONAVIRUS AND SUPPORT A SMALLER CARBON FOOTPRINT and . . . FIGHT VOTER SUPPRESSION

 

Vote at Home Institute -- Phil Kiesling, former Oregon Secretary of State who gave Oregon the best, most secure, most fair voting system in the US -- 20 years ago. Mail in balloting also increases voter participation, especially younger voters.

 

URGENT -- Write to your Senators and Representative to support Senator Wyden and Klobucher bill to fund mail in balloting. Send this message to all your friends everywhere. We can make a lot of progress in time for the 2020 election.

March 23 Update

Candidates are coming . . . go to the state pages.

North Carolina -- Cal Cunningham for Senate. Listen to Pod Save America interview Cal. He is a guy who can win in North Carolina against Tom Tillis

Montana -- Steve Bullock will run for the Senate in Montana to beat Steve Daines

Colorado -- John Hickenlooper will run for Senate in Colorado to beat Cory Gardner

A Biden win gives running room to two moderate Virginia Representatives -- Abilgail Spanberger and Elaine Luria

Iowa -- Theresa Greenfield for Senate against Republican Joni Ernst

Maine -- Sara Gideon for Senate against Republican Susan Collins

Kentucky -- Amy McGrath for Senate against Mitch McConnell

iNCUMBENTS

Senator Gary Peters in Michigan (battleground),

Senator Tina Smith in Minnesota

Senator Jeanne Shaheen in New Hampshire

Governor Roy Cooper for a second term in North Carolina -- very gerrymandered, might be a battleground state

Check out these sites

 

NEWS LITERACY PROJECT -- I like this newsletter as it gives a frequent  heads up regarding daily fake news. Misinformation is coming from everywhere so we need to be careful out there.

COMMON CAUSE -- one of the best organizations for good government, very active and effective with long track record

The People PAC -- Focus on winning in states

Vote Forward -- letter writing to voters in all states

Vote.Org -- getting out the vote big time

Big Tent Newsletter -- the kids are taking action

Rock the Vote -- encouraging young people to vote

Movement Voter Project -- Comprehensive list of active groups. Has an identified advisor in key battleground states

Vote Save America -- Pod Save America podcast. Ex-Obama staff with a young and little bit irreverent approach but focused on getting out the vote

Professional Association for Design -- Get out the vote Posters.

League of Women Voters -- old school but might be great. They are leading organization in the Federal lawsuit in Wisconsin. Also likely they have a good, entrenched base, in "red" states.

CONTACT

SUPPORT CANDIDATES

  • Up and down the ballot, in every state, candidates need our support now, long before the November 2020 election.

  • How to talk about issues respectfully

  • Using facts, supported by numbers, works

  • We can cover all the "kitchen table" issues very well

  • Four to six states "count" -- Florida, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, North Carolina and Arizona. We need a Democrat that can defeat Trump in these six states

  • Individual state pages with links to good candidates and information about getting the vote out. Let's donate and work to support them.

FIGHT VOTER SUPPRESSION

  • Gerrymandering and voter suppression has distorted our election and voting results by skewing the electoral college votes

  • Efforts to keep people from voting are being promoted heavily in state legislatures

  • We have a big problem and it is destined to get much worse in the coming months

  • Connect with Common Cause to see what you can do in your state

WHAT TO DO?

BATTLEGROUND STATES

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2020 ELECTION -- INFO YOU NEED

  • Which organizations are getting out the vote, by state?

  • Which organizations are taking action to fight voter suppression and gerrymandering?

  • Which candidates are the best to support?

  • 2020 election talking points and facts

 

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