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Don’t let the coronavirus threaten your right to vote | Take Action Newsletter

Be A Texas Voter
Take Action Don't let the coronavirus threaten your right to vote “...Trump will serve one term or three.” —Ayesha A. Siddiqi By calling himself a “wartime president,” Trump is setting the stage to restrict constitutional rights, including the right to vote. This is a time to be vigilant and to advocate for easier access to voting, including universal vote-by-mail. Tell ...
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Coronavirus response and resources: What to do when your government fails you | Take Action Newsletter

Flatten the curve
Read: Community Building During the Coronavirus (Indivisible Project) Take Action Coronavirus response and resources: What to do when your government fails you Source: Drew Harris Trump and his congressional enablers like John Cornyn are failing us, and with deadly consequences. It is medical neglect at a national scale. We have to protect ourselves. 1. Listen to experts Because we are ...
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Coronavirus: Support Austin artists and small businesses impacted by the SXSW cancelation

I lost a gig
Super Tuesday Election Results (Texas Tribune) Runoff Elections will be held on Tuesday, May 26 Take Action Coronavirus: Support Austin artists and small businesses impacted by the SXSW cancelation The cancelation of SXSW due to coronavirus is financially crushing for local creatives and small businesses. Many have lost gigs and revenue that they were counting on. Additionally, wage earners from ...
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Super Tuesday Texas Election Resources | Take Action Newsletter

John Cornyn - Payback Project
Action is the antidote to despair. We’re holding monthly meetings to commiserate and, more importantly, to organize. Get involved. Take Action Get involved with the Payback Project to fire John Cornyn The Payback Project is the national Indivisible organization’s campaign to fire John Cornyn, Mitch McConnell, Susan Collins, and other senators whose seats are flippable in 2020. Sign up to ...
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