segunda-feira, 27 de janeiro de 2020

 
 
 
We're now going to have to go state by state to protect people's voting rights. -- Eric H. Holder, Jr.
Sula,

Last June, when the Supreme Court ruled that federal courts could not put limits on partisan gerrymandering, they failed to stand up for democracy. In effect, their decision allowed rampant map manipulation by Republican legislatures to continue. As the Washington Post explained:
"[The Supreme Court's decision gives] new urgency to [Democrats'] efforts to win back state legislatures"
What does this mean for the NDRC? It means that our fight has gotten even tougher -- but it doesn't mean we're any less committed to securing fair maps for every American. Sula, can you make a donation to help us take our fight for fair maps to target states all over the country?
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As A.G. Holder said, since we can't rely on federal courts to stop partisan gerrymandering, we're going to have to go state by state.

That means we need more folks on the ground and more investments in electing fair-map candidates at the state level.

We told you after the Supreme Court ruled last year that we wouldn't give up -- and we won't, not until we've secured fair maps all over the country. Can we count on your donation to help us invest in state-level strategies to fight gerrymandering?



 
 
 
 
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 You have two choices, Sula.
Choice 1: You make a donation right now to help us win our 2020 elections, which start in five days. Because of you, we’re able to scale up our investments in our target states and Democrats win toss-up races, flip legislative chambers and governor’s offices, and secure a seat at the table for redistricting -- setting us up for a decade of fairness in our elections.

Choice 2: You focus only on the presidential race and assume someone else will think about state and local elections. Unfortunately, everyone else assumes the same thing. We aren’t able to invest in key races. Democrats lose in places like Texas, Ohio, and North Carolina. In 2021, Republicans manipulate the maps once again, pushing Congress and state legislatures to the right.
It’s your choice, Sula -- and I hope you’ll choose to invest in the down-ballot races that will make an enormous difference to the future of our country. Many of our 2020 races are balanced on a knife’s edge, which means every cent you give will make a difference.

Will you make the first choice? Make a donation now to give Democrats the best shot of getting fair maps.
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January 26, 2020
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