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  • March 26, 2021

All about discounts. “I demand a recount!” everything was splattered … | by Ingrid Liggayu | Voter

“I demand a recount!” made headlines during the 2000 presidential election between Al Gore and George W. Bush. 20 years later, President Trump and his administration demanded the same after Joe Biden’s official call as the nation’s president-elect. How often do the stories occur? Can they change the outcome of an election? Are the counting…

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A New Employee Briefing: See Our Impact

Thank you so much for supporting MoveOn! Contributors like you power our massive and vibrant network. You are a Partner for Change who helped fuel our work in 2020 to protect the right to vote, promote racial justice, protect our democracy and much more. And our work does not stop. During these next four years,…

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New York MoveOn Members Endorse Brittany Ramos DeBarros for Congress

By Ariane Ivanier. Tuesday, March 9, 2021 Members of the 11th Congressional District of New York praised DeBarros commitment to progressive values. NEW YORK – Today, MoveOn Political Action announces that its members in New York’s 11th Congressional District have voted to endorse Brittany Ramos DeBarros for the United States House. Sixty-eight percent of MoveOn’s…

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MoveOn members demand Sinema’s fight for Arizonans

By Brian Stewart. Wednesday, February 24, 2021 Print and Digital Ads Call on Sinema to Endorse Survivor’s Checks, Extended Unemployment Insurance, and Increased Minimum Wage Today, MoveOn launches new print and digital ads in the Arizona Daily Star and on Tuscon.com demanding that Senator Krysten Sinema (D-AZ) stand up for Arizonans amid the ongoing COVID-19…

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Prepare Your Ballot With These Helpful Resources | by Ingrid Liggayu | Voter

I remember the first time I received a sample ballot in the mail. Tearing up the envelope, pages and brochures were spilled full of terms, candidates and proposals that I did not know much about. There was no way I could vote confidently without immersing myself in what could be hours of research. Luckily for…

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The summary of taking time off to vote | by Ingrid Liggayu | Voter

For the 2020 elections, 28 states require employers to allow time off for their employees to vote. Here’s a quick rundown to make sure your workplace isn’t stopping you from going to the polls this year. source: Dallas Legal Examiner Can I take time off to vote? Depending on your state, you may be allowed…

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How to combat voter repression. As Election Day Approaches, Cases Of… | by Ingrid Liggayu | Voter

As Election Day approaches, voter suppression cases are emerging across the country and most significantly in Texas: a key state on the battlefield. Mail-in ballots became a popular voting option due to the coronavirus pandemic. Fears of postal delays following the elimination of funds from the United States Postal Service led counties to establish secure…

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How Votes are Counted in the US – The Popular Vote and the Electoral College | by Sarah Horton | Voter

Photo by Voter Over and over we are told, “Your vote matters” and “Every vote counts!” but it does Really? America’s vote counting process is difficult to understand, so we’re here to break it down and help you decide whether or not your vote really matters (hint: DOES IT!). Elections are held in the United…

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