Democracy is a muscle: To make it stronger, you have to exercise it.
In order to protect democracy, we have to do democracy. And if we’re serious about making this country a better, fairer place, then it’s not enough for each of us to merely cast our own vote -- we must help others vote, too.
With your help, All On The Line has won some significant victories, but all of that progress could go away if we don’t make our voices heard in November. Our organizers are working hard to help people cast their votes this fall -- can you rush a contribution to give them a boost?
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It’s easy to be frustrated when we hear election after election that “this is the most important election of our lifetime.” But the truth is every election really is the most important election yet. Democracy is always one election away from significant and long-lasting changes, for better or for worse.
And whether it’s the right to live on a healthy planet or a person’s right to choose, we have seen all too clearly the consequences of losing elections. We know that MAGA extremists are coming after the right to vote, too, and with extremists in control of some legislatures and courts, we simply cannot afford to jeopardize our progress.
You can make a difference -- you can make a plan to vote, you can make a plan to help others vote, and you can make a grassroots contribution to help our organizers turn out folks to the polls on Election Day.
This year’s elections will have repercussions for many years to come. They could determine whether the 2024 presidential election is fairly administered, or whether the election results are certified.
Let’s make sure we’re doing everything we can to safeguard the progress we have made.
Eric H. Holder, Jr.
All On The Line is the grassroots advocacy campaign supported by the National Redistricting Action Fund. Support our work to end gerrymandering.