Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Sign the petition: re: Alabama's new senator

Mitch McConnell is desperately obstructing the will of Alabama voters as he tries to pass a massive tax cut for the wealthy. Sign the petition to demand Doug Jones be seated immediately.

Dear fellow MoveOn member,

My name is Bradley Davidson, and I'm from Birmingham, Alabama. My neighbors and the people of Alabama—powered by an influential turnout of African-American voters and a strong rebuke to the GOP's racist voter suppression efforts—spoke up in favor of Doug Jones last night. We also spoke out against the GOP's attempts to strip health care from millions while giving massive tax breaks to the wealthiest 1% and large corporations. 

But now Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell plans to stop us from being heard—choosing to swear in Jones next year rather than immediately so Republicans can jam through the GOP's awful tax legislation that will hurt the people of Alabama.1

The people of Alabama have voted. Let us have our voice. Click here to sign my petition demanding Doug Jones be immediately seated in the United States Senate.

The people have spoken, and we want Doug Jones to immediately step into his rightful role as elected senator from Alabama. Seat Doug Jones now.

Click here to add your name to this petition, and then pass it along to your friends.

Thanks!

–Bradley Davidson

Source:

1. "McConnell: Strange to stay in Senate until end of current session," The Hill, December 12, 2017
http://act.moveon.org/go/27359?t=17&akid=195273%2E10220574%2Es64VG9

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Tuesday, December 12, 2017

WE JUST WON IN ALABAMA!!!

We just helped elect Doug Jones, a civil rights champion—and a pro-choice, pro-health care, anti-Trump Democrat—to the U.S. Senate in Alabama!

Dear MoveOn member,

We just helped elect Doug Jones, a civil rights champion—and a pro-choice, pro-health care, anti-Trump Democrat—to the U.S. Senate in Alabama!

If we can win in Alabama, we can win anywhere. We can take back the House in 2018—creating a firewall to stop the Trump Republican agenda and hold Trump accountable—and we even have a pathway to take back the Senate, too.

But we have to get started right now. Will you chip in $3 to help make 2018 a wave election of historic proportions across America?

Yes! I'll chip in and help fund MoveOn's 2018 election program and help take back power.

Six months ago, if you'd asked me what state Democrats were least likely to turn blue, I probably would have said Alabama.

Doug Jones' victory in Alabama, along with the big wins up and down the ballot last month in Virginia, show that we can help build a genuine progressive wave. Over the next 11 months, we have a real opportunity to end Republican control in Washington, D.C., dramatically curtail Trump's ability to enact his hateful agenda and hold him accountable, and begin to enact the bold progressive policies our country needs.

But to do all of these things, all of us need to step up and meet this historic moment.

Can you chip in $3 to help power MoveOn's election work in 2018? Click here if you can.

No one thought that we could win this race. After all, Trump had won in Alabama by a nearly 30-point margin, and, until tonight, Alabama hasn't had a Democratic senator for 25 years.

But now, it's clear: Americans are rejecting the politics of Trump and his allies. The politics of hate, fear, division, corruption, and lies.

Winning back the House will require picking up at least 24 seats, but we'll need to focus our efforts on dozens more races to meet that goal. And with Doug Jones' victory in Alabama tonight, there's a real path to taking control of the Senate, as well. In fact, we now have to flip only two seats to take back power in the Senate.

To meet this historic moment with an unprecedented response, we will have to work harder. We will have to think bigger. Organize louder. And I know that we can. The elections last month in Virginia proved that. Tonight proved that.

I'm celebrating tonight, and I hope that you are, too. But I also hope that you will take this energy—this amazing energy happening right now—and turn it into action. We know that we can win; now, it is up to us to make it happen.

Will you chip in $3 and help MoveOn run a historic, unprecedented elections program?

Yes! I'll chip in and help power MoveOn's work to take back power in 2018.

Thanks for all you do.

–Ilya, Alex, Milan, Anne, and the rest of the team

P.S. MoveOn is nearly 20 years old. We're gearing up to implement one of our biggest election programs yet to help win back Congress. If enough MoveOn members chip in, this might become our biggest elections program ever. MoveOn was instrumental in taking back the House in 2006. Tonight's results show that we need to go big to compete in even more districts and fully take advantage of this wave.

We need to make this a wave election and wipe out Republican control of Congress. Are you in to help make that happen?

Yes, I'm in! I'll chip in $3 and help MoveOn win in 2018.

P.P.S. Over 40,000 MoveOn members in Alabama—and fellow MoveOn members around the country—poured their hearts into this election, and we should be very proud today. For details, you can read the memo we sent to the media earlier today, here.


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Trump just picked on the wrong woman

This morning, in a wildly offensive and sexually-charged broadside on Twitter, Donald Trump went after Senator Kirsten Gillibrand.

Dear MoveOn member,

This morning, in a wildly offensive and sexually-charged broadside on Twitter, Donald Trump went after Senator Kirsten Gillibrand. He wrote that she came to his office in the past, "begging" for campaign contributions and "would do anything" for them.1

Trump attacked Sen. Gillibrand because yesterday she became the fifth senator—and the first woman senator—to demand that he resign because of the numerous allegations of sexual harassment and assault against him.

Trump had no comment when male senators called on him to resign.2

We need to show Sen. Gillibrand—and women everywhere—that we have their backs when they are sexually harassed and when they speak out about sexual harassment and assault. We need to show harassers, abusers, and their protectors that attempts to silence women will backfire tenfold.

Will you donate $3 to Kirsten Gillibrand's re-election campaign—and we'll make sure that every political reporter in Washington, D.C., knows just how much money Trump's outrageous tweet raised for a courageous, progressive woman who's calling out the most powerful man in the world for sexual harassment and assault.

Click here to donate now. 100% of your donation will go to Sen. Gillibrand's re-election campaign, and we will report results to the press.

We have reached a watershed moment in our country's history, with powerful men finally starting to be held to account for sexual assault and harassment. And Sen. Gillibrand is leading the way to make sure that Trump is held accountable for his despicable actions, too.

We can't let Trump undermine the momentum of the #MeToo movement. He will not intimidate women. He will not silence women. We will stand together to end the epidemic of sexual harassment and assault in our country.

Please, at this critical moment, let’s come together. Click here now to chip in $3, or whatever you can afford, to Kirsten Gillibrand's re-election campaign.

Thanks for all you do.

–Emily, Michael, Justin, Anne, and the rest of the team

Sources: 

1. "Trump's disgusting Kirsten Gillibrand tweet is just the beginning of the #MeToo backlash," The Washington Post, December 12, 2017
https://act.moveon.org/go/27225?t=4&akid=195234%2E10220574%2Es3gxWI

2. "Trump attacks Gillibrand in tweet critics say is sexually suggestive and demeaning, December 12, 2017
https://act.moveon.org/go/27227?t=6&akid=195234%2E10220574%2Es3gxWI

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Sunday, December 10, 2017

Last chance to kill this bill

Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell want you to believe that passage of the Republican tax scam is inevitable and that there's no point in fighting it. Don't let them fool you. The bill is deeply, deeply unpopular.

Dear MoveOn Member,

Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell want you to believe that passage of the Republican tax scam is inevitable and that there's no point in fighting it.

Don't let them fool you. The bill is deeply, deeply unpopular.

In the latest poll, only 29% of people say that they support the bill, with more and more middle-class Americans realizing that this bill isn't a tax cut for them at all, but a tax increase.1 The bill is also a complete mess, full of drafting errors and contradictions that Republicans can't explain.2

But the GOP's biggest problem is accused child molester and right-wing extremist Roy Moore, who's running for Senate in Alabama. If Moore loses his race in Alabama three days from now, then we're one vote away from killing the bill entirely in the Senate. And at least two Republican senators—including Sens. Susan Collins and Jeff Flake—are on the fence.3

That's why the GOP is scrambling to ram this thing through, and why the Republican National Committee has—shockingly—started funding Moore's campaign again ... all to get another "yes" vote in the Senate. 

MoveOn members are going all-out to kill this bill. It's an uphill battle—but together we can do it. We have $225,000 in last-minute campaign expenses, and still need to raise $107,000 by Monday.

Click here to chip in $3 to our emergency fund to stop the tax scam right now.

Here's our strategic game plan for stopping the Republican tax scam:

Make sure that Roy Moore loses in Alabama. If he does, there’s a good chance that it will send Republicans reeling and make them lose momentum. And remember, if Moore loses, we need to flip only one more on-the-fence vote in the Senate, and the bill is dead.

Pressure House Republicans in blue states. States like California, New York, and New Jersey will get hit particularly hard by the bill—and many of the most vulnerable House Republicans are in these states. That means that there is a path to defeating this bill: by flipping enough swing Republicans who are worried about losing their jobs.

Keep the pressure on key Senate Republicans. Susan Collins, Jeff Flake, and others voiced concerns before voting for the Senate bill. It's likely that their concerns will not be addressed by the final bill, so we're keeping pressure on them.

Popularize how toxic this bill is. This bill is the most unpopular since Trumpcare—and look what happened to that. As more Americans are revolted by the contents of the bill and the corrupt process that's pushing it through, more savvy Republicans may back away from this increasingly toxic plan.

Don't let McConnell and Ryan convince you that we can't win. We can win; and if we do all that we can do—together—we will win.

Click here to chip in $3 now to our emergency final-hours campaign.

Thanks for all you do.

–Justin, Sunjeev, Karine, Milan, and the rest of the team

P.S. If we can hit our $225,000 goal by Monday, we will be able to:

  • Continue to support Doug Jones in Alabama. MoveOn members in Alabama are working their tails off to support Jones—giving money, time, and running innovative get-out-the-vote video ads and SMS outreach as well.
  • Make tens of thousands of calls to key members of Congress. As our data analyst Amy White says, "Using some data and a whole lot of math, we identify progressive-leaning voters in key districts with members of Congress who most need to hear from their constituents. Then, we make huge numbers of calls to alert those voters to what's happening and encourage them to get involved!" These calls cost money, but they're highly effective. And we need to scale them up.
  • Organize constituents to drop by congressional offices and join rallies. We'll keep rallying in districts and Washington, D.C., for as long as it takes, until the final vote is cast.
  • Run ads on social media hammering vulnerable Republicans for hiking middle-class taxes to fund a corporate payday.
  • Solicit and promote personal stories showing just how much Republicans will hurt their constituents with this tax bill—especially in the key swing districts where Republican members of Congress are already feeling vulnerable in next year's elections.
  • Produce breakthrough videos—like a new series with Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream co-founder Ben Cohen—to publicize the real costs and stakes of this fight.

Are you in?

Yes, I'll chip in $3 and support MoveOn's big, final push to kill the Republican tax scam.

Sources:

1. "Quinnipiac: Only 29% of Americans approve of GOP tax plan," CNN, December 5, 2017
https://act.moveon.org/go/26318?t=5&akid=195042%2E10220574%2Eb2qg4w

2. "'Holy crap': Experts find tax plan riddled with glitches," Politico, December 6, 2017
https://act.moveon.org/go/26319?t=7&akid=195042%2E10220574%2Eb2qg4w

3. "The Republican tax scam isn't quite a done deal," The New Yorker, December 5, 2017
https://act.moveon.org/go/27072?t=9&akid=195042%2E10220574%2Eb2qg4w

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Saturday, December 9, 2017

Dream: How we win

Congress has the power and moral imperative to pass a clean Dream Act before Christmas so Dreamers and their families can enjoy the holidays in peace. Find out what you can do to stand with Dreamers today.

Dear MoveOn member,

This is longer than the emails we usually send, and it covers a ton of ground. But we're in a crucial moment, and we want to make sure we're all on the same page and taking action together to ensure Congress acts before the end of the year to pass a clean Dream Act so that Dreamers don't have to spend the holidays in fear. 

On Thursday, Congress once again failed to take action to defend Dreamers and their families.1 They passed a stopgap funding measure that did not include a clean Dream Act, keeping the government open for weeks at a time without doing anything to protect Dreamers in limbo (Congress also failed to protect kids without health care by not authorizing funding for CHIP).

After Thursday's vote, Congress now has just 13 days to secure priorities such as CHIP funding and finally make the Dream Act a reality.

If they fail, Dreamers will be forced to spend the holidays fearing deportation—uncertain how to proceed with their studies and their jobs, raise their kids, or plan for the future.

Congress has the power and moral imperative to pass a clean Dream Act before Christmas so Dreamers and their families can enjoy the holidays in peace. That is why MoveOn members are making this—along with our campaign against the GOP tax scam—a priority fight, and why we're taking action in huge numbers.

Click here for more ways to get involved in the fight for a clean Dream Act by Christmas.

Some in Congress—including House Speaker Paul Ryan—claim Congress has until March to fix the problem Donald Trump created when he scrapped the DACA program, throwing millions of lives into turmoil and uncertainty. But the truth is, about 122 DACA recipients lose their status every day Congress delays, and over 11,000 Dreamers—who grew up in America—have already become subject to deportation since Trump ended DACA.2

And despite the overwhelming support for the Dream Act, Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan are refusing to bring the bill to a vote. So it's coming down to other members of Congress to force a vote on a clean Dream Act—Republicans must demand McConnell and Ryan hold the vote, and Democrats must use their leverage and stand united. 

Most Democrats, including Representative Nancy Pelosi, Senator Chuck Schumer, and other congressional leaders, have stated that Congress must take action by Christmas so Dreamers and their families can spend the holiday in peace, not fear. And an increasing number of Democrats, as well as some Republicans, have said they will not vote for any end-of-year spending bills—the "must-pass" bills that keep the government running—until Congress addresses Dream.3

This is the Democrats' one piece of leverage—and why it is so crucial they hold strong on their demand to address this crisis. While Democrats as a group failed to use this leverage Thursday night—in passing a two-week continuing resolution—they have one more shot before the end of the year: December 22.

This is a make-or-break deadline to get Dream done in 2017. If they fail and Congress passes a short-term continuing resolution to continue to fund the government into January, the next shutdown showdown will be paired with a vote on the debt ceiling, which drastically reduces Democrats' leverage in the process. Democrats are unlikely to vote against a bill to raise the debt ceiling, and they don't have the numbers to force a vote at other points in the year. Right now, they have the most leverage and clearest path toward forcing a vote on a clean Dream Act.

The margin for error here is thin, and we must thicken Democratic resolve to stand firm for a clean Dream Act by Christmas. Anything less would mean that Democrats are in practice helping Republicans fund Trump's deportation of Dreamers.

That's why so many MoveOn members are doing all we can—to pressure Republicans to call for a vote, to shore up Democrats in their commitment to the Dream Act, and to raise national awareness about what's at stake. And there's so much more we all need to do together.

Click here to take action now to support Dreamers and demand a clean Dream Act this year.

Since September, this has been a top-priority campaign for MoveOn members—we've taken to the streets, the phones, and the airwaves to fight for a clean Dream Act.

  • MoveOn members organized a week of action in October with events from Texarkana to Syracuse—and have joined and supported rallies, marches, and protests every week since.4

  • MoveOn's Video Lab has produced videos on the #CleanDreamAct that have been viewed more than 10 million times, featuring Cristina Jiminez, the MacArthur "Genius Grant" recipient who runs United We Dream; Robert Reich, explaining how the Dream Act would boost our economy by $1 trillion; and Senators Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren, sharing their resolve—as well as Dreamers reciting the poem on the Statue of Liberty, faith leaders speaking about the moral crisis of the moment, and so many more.

  • MoveOn members have flooded D.C. with calls—and we'll continue to contact key offices on both sides of the aisle, to make sure Republicans and Democrats alike know we expect them to act.

  • MoveOn is distributing 100,000 stickers with the message "Our Dreams Unite Us" to offer members a way to display a beautiful, visual representation of this fight.

  • MoveOn ran billboards in Paul Ryan's hometown, including a mobile billboard that toured his town's busy shopping areas, through the Thanksgiving recess—in partnership with United We Dream and Voces De La Frontera (Wisconsin).5

  • MoveOn and America's Voice commissioned new polling that showed, in battleground congressional districts currently represented by Republicans, voters support the Dream Act, oppose a border wall, expect Congress to act, and would blame Republicans for any shutdown.6

  • More than 250,000 MoveOn members have added their name to a petition for a clean Dream Act that was part of a million-signature delivery in Washington, D.C.

This work has stiffened the spines of many Democratic leaders, such as Senators Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren, Kirsten Gillibrand, Cory Booker, Bernie Sanders, and Jeff Merkley—all of whom opposed the spending bill Thursday night—and has contributed to Democratic leaders Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi stating repeatedly that they will get this done by the year's end.7,8

But our fight isn't done yet. In fact, this is our moment. This is our moment to fight alongside brave Dream leaders, who are doing everything from risking arrest in Washington, D.C., in record numbers to organizing tech titans in Silicon Valley.

Here's what we need to do over the next two weeks—with your help and shoulder-to-shoulder with Dreamers, immigrant-led organizations, and Americans of all walks of life:

  • Amplify the national alarm. Dreamers are courageously protesting each day—we will lift up those actions and continue to broaden this narrative to become an urgent national conversation. This means organizing thought leaders, cultural figures, and other celebrities; producing breakout videos and media; and ensuring Dreamers' rallying cries are heard in every state.

  • Raise the stakes for the Democrats. Democrats made a commitment—together, we can ensure they honor it. We are keeping pressure on key Democrats through calls, social media, and creative actions—and we're also letting them know how they'll be held accountable if they cave, by designing in advance the advertisements and accountability actions we would launch if they fail.

  • Keep heat on Republicans. Ultimately, Republicans can insist on getting Dream passed. So we are working to help the Dream message break through from primetime TV to the Sunday pulpit, from paid ads that drive calls to op-eds that shape conversation—so that Republicans know their constituents are paying attention.

Click here to take action now for Dreamers and demand a clean Dream Act by Christmas.

Nobody ever believed this fight would be easy—least of all Dreamers, who have been pushing for the Dream Act for sixteen long years and immigrant youth who fought with everything they had to win DACA protections just five years ago. But as immigrant youth and Dreamers continue to take courageous risks to bring us closer to victory, we can—and must—stand united, ready, and determined to win.

Congress failed us again on Thursday—but we can succeed. We can succeed in steering this debate forward, so the two million Dreamers who would qualify for a clean Dream Act can break free of this crushing and needless uncertainty.

Thanks for all you do.

—Corinne, Emma, Iram, Brian, and the rest of the team

Sources: 
 
1. "Congress Passes Bill To Avert Shutdown For 2 Weeks," NPR, December 7, 2017
https://act.moveon.org/go/26766?t=17&akid=195020%2E10220574%2EoCMC0-
 
2. "Thousands of DACA Recipients Are Already Losing Their Protection From Deportation," Center for American Progress, November 9, 2017
https://act.moveon.org/go/26050?t=19&akid=195020%2E10220574%2EoCMC0-
 
3. "DACA Fix Looms Over Talks To Prevent Government Shutdown," NPR, December 7, 2017
https://act.moveon.org/go/26767?t=21&akid=195020%2E10220574%2EoCMC0-
 
4. "Area activists push to make Dream Act a reality: Group presents a petition to protect undocumented immigrants brought to U.S. as children," Texarkana Gazette, October 17, 2017
http://act.moveon.org/go/26768?t=23&akid=195020%2E10220574%2EoCMC0-
 
5. "Wisconsin immigration group calling for 'Clean Dream Act' Wisconsin immigration group calling for 'Clean Dream Act,'" WMTV, November 22, 2017
http://act.moveon.org/go/26769?t=25&akid=195020%2E10220574%2EoCMC0-
 
6. "New Battleground Poll Shows Voters Support Dream Act, Would Blame Republicans for Government Shutdown," America's Voice, December 7, 2017
https://act.moveon.org/go/26770?t=27&akid=195020%2E10220574%2EoCMC0-
 
7. "Roll Call Vote 115th Congress - 1st Session," United States Congress, December 7, 2017
https://act.moveon.org/go/26771?t=29&akid=195020%2E10220574%2EoCMC0-
 
8. "Pelosi: We're not leaving town without DACA fix," The Hill, December 7, 2017
http://act.moveon.org/go/26772?t=31&akid=195020%2E10220574%2EoCMC0-

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Friday, December 8, 2017

What have you been up to since this summer?

What have you been working on since summer? And what's on the horizon for 2018?

Dear Eddie,

We are nearing the end of the first year of Trump’s disastrous administration. From the ongoing attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act to his ending of DACA to his increasingly unpopular tax plan, Donald Trump has been busy destabilizing years of progress on civil liberties and civil rights in America, attacking the environment, escalating global conflict, and favoring corporations over regular Americans.

However, this has also been the first year of a remarkable Resistance, in which Americans from of all walks of life have taken action in historic numbers at marches, rallies, airports, congressional offices, and on phones and social media, to defend our communities, our Constitution, and our values.

Can you take a few minutes and tell us what you have been up to since the summer and what you want to do in 2018?

As a MoveOn member, you have been on the front lines of the resistance to this administration’s damaging policies and actions. Through the work you and other MoveOn members did this year, you helped save health care for millions by defeating last summer’s Trumpcare push, flooded town hall meetings during three Resistance Recesses to let Congress know that they work for us, and led or attended rallies all over the country.

Now we want to hear from you!

We know the Resistance has been flourishing across the country through actions and experiences. We want to know what you have been energized by since the summer and your thoughts on the next year, as the wider movement works to effectively escalate the Resistance in 2018.

Click here to complete the survey!

Your feedback is critical—it helps us learn, maximize our impact as we plan future actions, and elevate stories about the work MoveOn members are doing.

Thanks for all you do.

—Chris, Lisa, Vicki, Gabby, and the rest of the team

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Trump's sexual assault

Will you sign my petition calling on Congress and the Department of Justice to investigate allegations of Trump's sexual assault and harassment?

Hi Eddie—I just wanted to make sure you saw my message from the other day.


Dear fellow MoveOn member,

Twenty women have come forward with allegations of sexual harassment or assault committed by Donald Trump.1 As the nation grapples with allegations against Roy Moore, Senator Al Franken, and Representative John Conyers, it's past time for Congress and the Department of Justice to formally investigate these allegations against Trump. 

Will you sign my petition calling on Congress and the Department of Justice to investigate allegations of Trump's sexual assault and harassment?

We request that Congress and the Justice Department open an investigation into the sexual harassment and assault accusations against Donald Trump.

In order to protect all women in the workplace and in life, we must unilaterally support measures to remove those who would compromise their safety and impose consequences accordingly.

Click here to add your name to this petition, and then pass it along to your friends.

Thanks!

—Susan O'Connor

Source:

1. "The Trump allegations," The Guardian, November 30, 2017
https://act.moveon.org/go/25954?t=17&akid=194940%2E10220574%2Em-hOJ3

You're receiving this petition because we thought it might interest you. It was created on MoveOn.org, where anyone can start their own online petitions. You can start your own petition here.

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Yes, I'll chip in $5 a month.

No, I'm sorry, I can't make a monthly donation.