Join the ‘Freedom to Vote’ Week of Action

Every day this week we’ll take some action to support the Freedom to Vote Act and call attention to the urgency of getting it passed when the Senate returns from recess. Actions WHAT: Any or all of these tactics will make a difference. Most only take a few minutes. So do what you can –…

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Phone Bank with Common Cause to Pass the Freedom to Vote Act

Common Cause is hosting virtual phonebanks EVERY DAY throughout the month of November to help pass the Freedom to Vote act. Sign up to help call voters in targeted states and connect them to their Senators so voters in those states can urge their senators to support the Freedom to Vote Act. On Mondays at…

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Write & Call Madison Cawthorn Asking Him to Resign

District 11 Representative Madison Cawthorn has proven he is unfit to serve and should resign or be expelled immediately. He incited and participated in the events leading up to the deadly attack on the Capitol on Wednesday, January 6, 2021, and then went back to the House of Representatives and voted against certification of a…

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Support the Postal Workers Union Day of Action 8/25

The American Postal Workers Union (APWU), representing over 200,000 postal workers, is organizing rallies at post offices across America and calling on supporters to join in a massive show of support on August 25th. The APWU members who serve us every day have three immediate demands of our elected officials and of Postmaster General DeJoy:…

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Protect the Post Office, Protect Our Vote!

The president’s current attack on the Post Office is a blatant attack on our vote. When the House passed the HEROES Act in May to provide the next round of pandemic assistance, it included $25 million to fund the USPS. All Mitch McConnell has to do is put in on the Senate floor, but he…

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Censure McHenry & Meadows For Refusing to Censure Trump

On July 16, virtually every Republican representative — including WNC’s own Patrick McHenry and Mark Meadoes — voted against a resolution condemning Trump’s virulent, bigoted attacks on four Democratic members of Congress, all of whom are women of color. H. Res. 489 was a resolution that “strongly condemns President Donald Trump’s racist comments,” a resolution…

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