Ask Your Senators to Protect Voting Rights

Legislation | 03/19/2021

Jennifer Warner
VP of Family Engagement, Organizing & Elections

The For the People Act has been introduced in the Senate, but we all need to speak up today if we want to get this once-in-a-generation legislation over the finish line. 

Will you take one minute to quickly call your Senators' offices and ask them to support this bill? 

Legislatures in 43 states — from Arizona to Georgia to Texas— are currently at work trying to enact voter suppression bills that would create barriers to mail-in, early in-person and Election Day voting. These include stricter ID requirements, reduced polling location hours, and fewer qualifications to vote absentee. Let's be clear: This movement is a calculated attempt to prevent Black and Brown Americans from exercising their right to vote. 

The For the People Act would push back against these anti-democratic efforts with policies that would expand vote by mail and reduce long wait times at the polls, end partisan and racial gerrymandering, and strengthen election cybersecurity. 

We've set up a campaign to easily connect you to your Senators' offices — all you have to do is pick up your phone and use your voice to take a stand for voting rights and free and fair elections.


 

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