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Good news and bad news, Sula.

The good news: After Republican Governor Chris Sununu vetoed a bill to create an independent redistricting commission in New Hampshire (a heavily gerrymandered state), we were determined to hold him accountable. So we created a hard-hitting football-themed ad to educate voters about how he undermined democracy.

The bad news: Our Fair Maps Ad Fund, which funds ads in all of our target states, is running on empty -- and if we don't get an infusion of donations, we can't air game-changing ads... which means we could end up LOSING critical elections.
An impactful ad can make or break an election, and it's one of the most cost-effective ways to let voters know what their elected officials are doing. Help us win 2020 elections everywhere from New Hampshire to Wisconsin to Texas by giving to our Fair Maps Ad Fund!
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All On The Line
I wanted to reach out at the beginning of the year to give you a look at the road ahead.

It's 2020, and that means it's a census year -- this process will determine so much for our country's future, including the next decade's electoral maps.

Historically, minority and underprivileged communities have been undercounted in the census. If this happens again, it could help politicians repeat the kind of gerrymandering we saw in 2011 -- gerrymandering that leads to politicians who don't always feel as responsive to the concerns of their constituents as they could be. So, it's up to us to make sure that every single American is counted in the census.

That's why I'm asking you to fight for fair maps and a fair census -- because this issue will impact the next decade of progress and beyond. Will you chip in to this fight?

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At this moment in our country, the All On The Line community is in a unique position to make a difference. We have the chance to restore democracy and put power back into the hands of people. Change is always within our reach -- but it's going to take the involvement of people like you holding politicians accountable to ensure an accurate census in 2020 and fair maps in 2021.

In Virginia, we've seen how fixing gerrymandering leads to progress. Last year, after a lawsuit forced the Commonwealth's racially gerrymandered districts to be redrawn, voters finally had the chance to elect politicians who represented their voices and listened to their concerns. And now, after years of inaction, the newly elected legislature is debating common-sense measures that could prevent gun violence.

We have the opportunity to create this kind of change all across the country. But to do it, we need your help.

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Thank you for being engaged in this fight,
Barack Obama

All On The Line is the grassroots advocacy campaign supported by the National Redistricting Action Fund. 








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