“A republic, if you can keep it.”As attributed to Benjamin Franklin when asked in Philadelphia if we have a republic or a monarchy.
CALL YOUR SENATORS
Winning the White House is immense and more important than anything we’ve faced in my lifetime, but if we want to get anything done, help Americans through this global pandemic and restart our economy, we’ll need to retake the Sentate. Mitch McConnell, instead of working on helping working class Americans survive is returning to DC to push through more unqualified judges. This isn’t about their being too conservative for my liking; many of them are literally unqualified. Some have never even tried a case before.
Pick a Senate Race.
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If you live in those states, VOTE THEM OUT!
We need to get rid of:
Mitch McConnell (KY) Lindsey Graham (SC)
Susan Collins (ME) Martha McSally (AZ)
Cory Gardner (CO) Kelly Loeffler (GA)
Thom Tillis (NC) Jim Jordan (OH)
Devin Nunes (CA) John Cornyn (TX)
Matt Gaetz (FL)
Joni Ernst(IA) – Donate to Theresa Greenfield here
VP Joe Biden is the presumptive nominee for the Democratic Party, challenging incumbent (and incompetent) President Trump.
Please donate what you can, volunteer where you are able, and listen to the priorities and policies of the Democratic party and Joe Biden.
From the Website:
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Today is Election Day, and as we’ve seen in the last three years, ALL elections are important ones. On Friday, I was at a Nanowrimo kick-off event and I saw signs for early voting, which is new in New York. I took the opportunity to give it a whirl. It all went well, and it gave me something to talk about with one of our local candidates who was going door-to-door this weekend. It was a good talk, and I felt very confident in my side of the conversation which is unusual for me. As it happened, I had voted for him.
Check your state’s polling hours, and make sure you go to your appropriate polling place.
Close you phone, tablet, and/or computer, and VOTE!
On Instagram, I’ve spent every day posting a political pin, and today is the final one. Scroll through and see what I chose to share in the last days towards this Election Day. When you’re finished looking and thinking about and commenting, head over to your polling place and VOTE. This is the most consequential and important election of our lifetimes. I just heard Dan Pfeiffer say on The Axe Files that young people felt secure and comfortable under President Obama, they thought they were safe and things were going to be okay – the President has this. Well, I’m 51, and I felt the same way. I was comfortable not paying attention to the minutiae of politics and political discourse for the first time in my life, and now I’m terrified. For my children, yes, but for myself as well. What have we allowed to happen in the last two years?!