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Florida, New Hampshire, and Missouri are the three states that still haven’t enacted maps yet AND there are 27 states where Republicans are trying to pass voter suppression laws -- all in an effort to give their party an unfair advantage in the midterm elections.
As A.G. Holder has said, “We know Republicans have proven time and again that they will do whatever it takes in these states and elsewhere to preserve partisan gerrymandering so they can lock in their own power.”
We know that if gerrymandered maps and voter suppression persist, conservative politicians will be better well-positioned to flip the five seats needed to gain a majority in 2022.
Can we count on you to help us in the fight against map manipulation and voter suppression? Your contribution will help us hold conservative map drawers accountable before the midterm elections and beyond.
-- The AOTL Team
All On The Line is the grassroots advocacy campaign supported by the National Redistricting Action Fund. Support our work to end gerrymandering.
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Do you watch The Rachel Maddow Show?
Team -- This is a huge win for Rachel Maddow!
In recently-released rankings, The Rachel Maddow Show averaged nearly a million Democratic viewers per episode.
That's a LARGER audience share than ALL of Fox News' controversial primetime pundits, like Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity, and Laura Ingraham.
But we've dug through our records and couldn't track down whether YOU are one of the Maddow Show's millions of viewers. Please, lock in your response TONIGHT so we have your corrected information on file: