Wednesday, July 13, 2022


ter., 12 de jul. às 00:03

Sula – we recently got this news:

Vox: The Supreme Court just reinstated a racially gerrymandered map that slashes Black representation; CNN: Supreme Court allows Louisiana to use congressional map for 2022 that lower court said likely violates Voting Rights Act

It was disappointing, but par for the course for the six conservative justices who have refused time and time again to safeguard fair elections.

I have a message for those justices: We will never stop fighting for fair maps, equal representation, and voting rights. See, at the NDRC, our strategy doesn't rely on any one court – it relies on our work in the states and at the polls. And it relies on the strength of this grassroots community.

Can you chip in right now to help us execute our state-by-state strategy?

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I'll be honest: The future is uncertain, especially with respect to the Supreme Court's decisions and how they could affect fair elections. But I have faith in this movement – and I know President Obama and A.G. Holder do, too.

“We've achieved so much together, but the threat to our system of government, and our fundamental values, is more real than ever. We simply can't give up, and we can't stop fighting. Not now, not ever.” – Eric Holder

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A.G. Holder: If the NDRC is successful in undoing manipulated maps, we will be able to achieve a system in which everyone's vote counts.
Since 2017, the NDRC has executed a comprehensive redistricting strategy that shifts the redistricting power, creating fair districts where Democrats can compete. Our victories have been made possible by our strong community of grassroots supporters.

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