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A Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce
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Osorio Internacional, P.A. cordialmente lhe convidam para:




Palestrante: Juliana Pavageau (BIO),
Osorio Internacional, P.A.
  • Suspensão de serviços consulares no dia 20 de março de 2020;

  • Suspensão de atendimento em pessoa em todos os locais do USCIS até dia 3 de junho de 2020;

  • Decreto Presidencial do dia 22 de abril de 2020;

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  • Previsões para o próximo ano devido à desaceleração do mercado americano

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Here's where things stand, Sula:
    ➢ Trump and the RNC are doubling their legal budget to fight Democrats' common-sense voting access proposals -- to $20 million.
    ➢ Why? Trump said it himself: If people are able to vote safely, the GOP will LOSE.
    ➢ And state-level Republicans are following his lead.
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While Republicans are trying to force people to make an impossible choice between their health and their vote, Democratic governors are doing it right:
    ➢ California will send all voters mail-in ballots for the November election.
    ➢ Michigan's Governor Gretchen Whitmer (who we helped elect) has taken steps to make sure that upcoming elections will be conducted mostly by mail.
    ➢ And Kentucky's Andy Beshear issued an executive order allowing every registered voter to request a mail-in absentee ballot for the state's primary elections.
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Our schedule is jampacked this month. We've got major program developments in every single one of our target states. Take a look:
  • North Carolina: Our first ever online course was launched in the Tar Heel State. Students can navigate the course at their own pace to learn about the state's redistricting process and the history of map manipulation in North Carolina.
  • Colorado: Lights, camera, organizing. We'll be hosting virtual screenings this month of "Slay the Dragon," a documentary focused on citizen-led movements battling gerrymandering. We'll be following up on the viewings with a live-panel discussion.
  • Arizona: The application process to become a commissioner on the state's independent redistricting commission is fast-approaching so we're hosting multiple info sessions this month to teach advocates whether they meet state qualifications and how to apply.

Ok, time for a breather. You hear from us all the time how much work we have to do in our target states and how we must take a localized approach to secure fair maps in 2021. Well, we take a localized approach for our fundraising too -- it's why this month, we've set a goal of 100 $1 contributions in New York to help fund our localized organizing programs.

But hey, we said every target state. So, take a look at what else is going on if you're not convinced yet:
  • Wisconsin: After conservative courts and gerrymandered legislatures forced voters to choose between their health and vote in last month's election, we sent voters a survey to learn more about the obstacles they faced and how we can prevent this disaster happening from across the county in November's election.
  • Ohio: This month All On The Line deployed its advocacy tool to ask our supporters to contact legislators to demand election reform in Ohio -- because no voter should be forced to choose between exercising their right to vote and protecting their health.
  • Georgia: Gerrymandering has worked in tandem with voter suppression in Georgia to suppress the vote in African American communities. We joined Georgia NAACP President James Woodall and Black Male Voter Project founder Mondale Robinson to dive into this topic with supporters
  • Texas: The state's Supreme Court and Attorney General are battling on whether all voters will be able to vote absentee to help maintain social distancing. We're hosting a webinar with partners to give the latest guidance to voters on how to cut through all the news and make their voices heard in the upcoming election.
  • Florida: Our AOTL Florida State Director hosted a supporter call to update supporters about where Florida is in the redistricting process and what changes we are implementing due to COVID19 as well as a targeted Redistricting U with some of our best partners' leaders.
  • Pennsylvania: Thanks to recent election reforms, registered voters can now request mail-in-ballots without a reason. We messaged all of our Pennsylvania supporters this month with links to request ballots and a directory of county election officials.
It's a lot, Sula. We're able to build such a robust programming slate because we have such a robust donor base -- but it takes sustained investment, month after month, from donors across the country. Can you get a start on preparing next month's slate by helping us reach 100 $1 donations in New York before Sunday night?

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 In a democracy, no one should have to choose between their health and the right to vote.

But Wisconsin voters were forced to make that very choice when the Republican legislature refused to postpone last month's election. And then conservatives on the U.S. Supreme Court reversed an order from the governor to extend the absentee ballot deadline.

I'm supporting All On The Line because of their work to defend the integrity of the 2020 election in the face of voter suppression and their commitment to ensuring fair redistricting in 2021.

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This election will be one of the most important ones in our lifetimes. That's why I've been working tirelessly with my colleagues in the Senate to fight for voting rights and am the lead sponsor of a bill that would require every state to allow its citizens to vote easily by mail.

Expanding access to vote-by-mail is critical, but we need to do even more to guarantee safe and accessible voting. We need additional funding to support online registration and the U.S. Postal Service, expanded early in-person voting, and protective measures for the health and safety of poll workers.

We can't do it all alone. With your help, All On The Line has already driven over 16,000 contacts to Congress to demonstrate how important it is to make sure all of America doesn't suffer what Wisconsin just did.

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