Sunday, September 25, 2016

Make this election about you, Eddie

Will you start a petition to the candidates competing for your vote, asking them to take strong stands on the issues that matter most to you?

Start a petition: Ask candidates to support your top issue

Will you start a petition to the candidates competing for your vote, asking them to take strong stands on the issues that matter most to you? Whether you're pushing a Democrat, Republican, or independent, your petition could gain steam and provide an avenue for others in your area to demand strong, smart stances from those who want to represent us.

Dear MoveOn member,

Elections matter. It's not just candidates who win or lose—issues can win or lose as well.

In the primary between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, progressive issues won. Both candidates came out for raising the minimum wage, for dramatic steps to make college more affordable, for tackling mass incarceration, for blocking the job-killing Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, and for taking the step of a Constitutional amendment to get big money out of politics.

Some of these ideas made it into the Democratic Party's platform for the first time, and continue to energize voters through the general election.

It's a reminder that now—during the campaign season—is a great time to push a progressive agenda. Candidates for Senate, the House of Representatives, state, and local office need to hear from us—and need to take the strong progressive stands that we demand of them.

Will you start a petition to the candidates competing for your vote, asking them to take strong stands on the issues that matter most to you? Whether you're pushing a Democrat, Republican, or independent, your petition could gain steam and provide an avenue for others in your area to demand strong, smart stances from those who want to represent us.

It's easy to start a petition with MoveOn—it's free, takes just 5 minutes, and we'll share it with other MoveOn members near you if you collect at least 10 signatures (assuming, of course, it's in line with MoveOn's progressive values.) And if it catches fire, it could make your issue a winner this election.

Click here to get started.

Thanks for all you do.

—Maria, Ben O., Erica, Justin K., and the rest of the team

Want to support our work? Senator Elizabeth Warren says, "I'm so enthusiastic about MoveOn's smart and targeted plan to hire a network of organizers in key battleground states to mobilize and train volunteers to knock on hundreds of thousands of doors. It's bold and ambitious—and exactly what is needed to help swing Senate races, resoundingly defeat Donald Trump, and give Democrats a fighting chance to take back the House." Will you chip in to help make it all possible?

Click here to chip in whatever you can. 


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What I learned at Trump University

I'm Senator Al Franken, from the great state of Minnesota. Actually, make that Doctor Senator Al Franken. I recently graduated with a Ph.D. in right-wing megalomania from Trump University.

Dear MoveOn member,

I’m Senator Al Franken, from the great state of Minnesota. Actually, make that Doctor Senator Al Franken. I recently graduated with a Ph.D. in right-wing megalomania from Trump University.

Unfortunately, the $120,000 in tuition I spent at Trump U. was a huge waste—because it turns out that no training is necessary to discern the fact that Donald Trump is a delusional, power-hungry, narcissistic con man, but also because Trump U. was a total con to make money for Trump.

Seriously, though: You and I are awake inside of a nightmare—and if we don’t take action, this nightmare will be our reality for the next four years.

So it’s up to us (yes, ALL of us) to do everything in our power to stop Trump from breaking into our White House.

That means chipping in $2.70 right now to MoveOn to help defeat Donald Trump on Election Day. Will you join me?

Yes, I’m in. No Trump, no way.

Americans head to the voting booth in 44 days. And right now, on the eve of the first debate, polls have Trump neck and neck with Hillary Clinton.1 (Man, that's terrifying.)

A President Trump could in many ways erase the gains of President Obama’s presidency in his first hour in office. His advisers have already said that's just what he'll do—reneging support for the Paris climate deal, rolling back rules to prevent gun violence, restarting the Keystone XL pipeline, and so much more.2

If this makes you break out in a sweat, I have something to calm your nerves: MoveOn’s elections program. Here’s what’s happening.

  • Upwards of 100 incredible MoveOn field organizers on the ground in the exact states that we need to win ...
  • … Leveraging the efforts of tens of thousands of passionate MoveOn members who will have about one million face-to-face conversations with progressive swing voters at risk of not voting. (This is the real deal, human-to-human organizing that works.)
  • And an additional tens of thousands of phone calls MoveOn members all across the country will drive into swing states.

Neighbor-to-neighbor get-out-the-vote canvassing is the most damn effective way to influence elections, especially in highly-polarized times like these.3 MoveOn has a proven track record—the “secret sauce,” if you will. And MoveOn’s election campaign is a massive (and costly) program in the home stretch of what we’ll remember as the scariest election of our lifetime.

But MoveOn can’t do the work without your support. Are you with me? Click below to chip in $2.70, or whatever you can.

I'm in. No Trump, no way.

Thanks for all you do.

–Senator Al Franken

P.S. Look, I joked at the beginning of this email about my Ph.D. in megalomania. But this election is no laughing matter, and Trump’s no ordinary candidate. You’ve got to believe this guy could win. And if you don't act now—and chip in a little bit—you’re going to feel reeeeeaaaally bad on November 9 when you wake up in Trump’s America. So click here to chip in now.

Sources:

1. "General Election: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein," Real Clear Politics, accessed September 25, 2016
http://act.moveon.org/go/5565?t=18&akid=170378.10220574.sfkgSS

2. "President Trump's First Term," The New Yorker, September 26, 2016
http://act.moveon.org/go/5795?t=20&akid=170378.10220574.sfkgSS

3. "Lessons from GOTV experiments," Yale Institution for Social and Policy Studies, accessed September 24, 2016
http://act.moveon.org/go/5717?t=22&akid=170378.10220574.sfkgSS

Want to support our work? Senator Elizabeth Warren says, "I'm so enthusiastic about MoveOn's smart and targeted plan to hire a network of organizers in key battleground states to mobilize and train volunteers to knock on hundreds of thousands of doors. It's bold and ambitious—and exactly what is needed to help swing Senate races, resoundingly defeat Donald Trump, and give Democrats a fighting chance to take back the House." Will you chip in to help make it all possible?

Click here to chip in $2.70, or whatever you can afford.


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Friday, September 23, 2016

The Movement for Black Lives platform

Will you take a moment to read the Movement for Black Lives Platform now, and then urge your friends to read it too?

Dear MoveOn member,

This week, footage was released of a man named Terence Crutcher being gunned down by Oklahoma police—once again forcing the crisis of police violence against Black Americans into sharp focus.1

In the video footage, Crutcher, whose car had broken down on the highway, appears to be cooperating with police—in fact, he even has his hands raised above his head—when he is stunned with a taser gun before being shot to death. The officer who killed Crutcher has now been charged with first-degree manslaughter—after days of outrage and an outpouring of attention and grief from across the country.2

At the same time, in North Carolina, the Charlotte community is reeling from the death of Keith Lamont Scott, also at the hands of police, who have not yet released their video of the killing.3

Already this year, at least 194 Black people have been killed by police.4
 
As America grapples with these deaths, there are real steps we, as a nation, could take to address systemic racism, mass incarceration, and the individuals and institutions that use racial division to propagate economic inequality. A number of innovative solutions were put forward in a recently published paper called "A Vision for Black Lives"—a detailed policy platform released by more than 50 organizations from across the country who are fueling the powerful grassroots movement that's responding to police violence, among other injustices.

This is much longer than a tweet or a quick graphic you can share, but it's an important read. Will you take a moment to read the Movement for Black Lives platform now, and then urge your friends to read it too?
 
If enough of us take a few minutes to read and share this, we can help fuel the national discussion about concrete solutions.

The Movement for Black Lives platform addresses criminal justice, reparations, investment and divestment, economic justice, community control, and political power. It's an important step toward finding real solutions that can address the many complicated factors that lead to police violence, such as the violence that ended Terence Crutcher's and Keith Lamont Scott's lives this week.
 
Without a countervailing vision, the systems that work against racial justice and equality only become more entrenched.

It's a long document, and not everyone will agree with every proposal or phrase. But reading it, discussing it, sharing it with our neighbors, and demanding that our candidates react to it could move us forward in a concrete way. And it will take all of us—of every race and with every nuanced and intersecting identity we bring—to work together to develop solutions.

Please, take a moment to read and share the Movement for Black Lives platform now, and let’s get to work.

Thanks for all you do.

—Corinne, Mark, Scott, Anna, and the rest of the team

Sources:

1. "Video shows unarmed black man Terence Crutcher shot by Tulsa officer," USA Today, September 20, 2016
http://act.moveon.org/go/5887?t=4&akid=170266.10220574.p6uWA1

2. "Tulsa police officer charged with manslaughter," CNN, September 23, 2016
http://act.moveon.org/go/5888?t=6&akid=170266.10220574.p6uWA1

3. "Charlotte Police Chief: Video Doesn't Show "Definitive" Proof Keith Scott Pointed a Gun at Cops," Slate, September 22, 2016
http://act.moveon.org/go/5889?t=8&akid=170266.10220574.p6uWA1

4. " The Counted: People killed by police in the US," The Guardian, accessed September 23, 2016
https://act.moveon.org/go/5890?t=10&akid=170266.10220574.p6uWA1

Want to support our work? MoveOn member contributions have powered our work together for more than 17 years. Hundreds of thousands of people chip in each year—which is why we're able to be fiercely independent, answering to no individual, corporation, politician, or political party. You can become a monthly donor by clicking here, or chip in a one-time gift here.


Thursday, September 22, 2016

Selfies trump Trump

There's never been a better time to remember why we're working our hearts out. Why we're giving it our all.

Dear MoveOn member,

Amid the constant barrage of hate and negativity from the Trump campaign, it can be natural to get frustrated, even angry. But that's all the more reason why this is a critical moment to remember what we are hopeful for in this election. Why we're giving it our all.

Because here's the thing: The real antidote to Trump's poisonous words and actions is not more anger; it's a clear and common vision of the better nation we can and must create together.

That's why MoveOn's kicking off our United For campaign. With MoveOn members coast to coast, we'll harness the energy and inspiration we all need to push through to Election Day (and every day after that).

Will you take a quick picture to share what you're voting for on Election Day? (It's really easy to participate. Just click this link to get started!)

We all know that the stakes surrounding this election couldn't be higher. In response, MoveOn members have gone all in on United Against Hate, a massive campaign to defeat Donald Trump and reject his hateful, bullying politics.

Helping Hillary Clinton defeat Donald Trump and helping Democrats take back the Senate is essential. And what's equally important are our efforts to lift up a progressive vision of what MoveOn members and our fellow Americans are united for—the values, ideals, hopes, and dreams that will motivate us to vote on Election Day and stay engaged in the necessary work of progressive social change beyond November.

Take a look at a few of the great photos we've already received! Then help inspire others by adding a photo with the reason you're voting.

United For

Have three minutes to help win this election and crowdsource a bold vision for our future?

Simply click here to get started.

After you click the link, you'll be able to download a sign and write in what you’re voting for. Then, take a photo with the sign and submit it using the link provided. It's as simple as that! (And if you don't have access to a printer, simply write your thoughts on a piece of paper or type them on a computer screen and snap a photo. That's great too.)

MoveOn members’ United For photos will:

  • flood Facebook and inspire people across the country to share their personal hopes and values and engage in the election,
  • allow us to create and distribute mosaics of submitted photos to show there’s more that unites us than divides us, and
  • help unify MoveOn members who share passions to work for progressive change—through petitions, social media, and other actions before and after the election.

We have 47 days until Election Day, which means we have a very short window of time to get progressives really excited about voting. We don’t have a moment to waste.

We know from polling data, including research that MoveOn commissioned, that many voters who could decide this election—millennials, single women, communities of color, immigrants, and the most passionate Bernie supporters—dislike and reject Donald Trump. But they're also looking for motivation to stay involved with the election beyond what we're united against. Let's help motivate them (and ourselves) by showing what we're united for.

Do you care about ending racism, protecting civil rights, ensuring equal pay, fighting for racial and economic equality, combating climate change, getting big money out of politics, strengthening public education, guaranteeing women's rights, and other progressive values?

Tell us what you’re voting for this November. Click the link to get started.

Thanks for all you do.

—Jo, Iram, Stephen, Matt, and the rest of the team

P.S. This project isn't asking WHOM you're voting for. As a community, we're uniting to defeat Donald Trump, elect Hillary Clinton, and elect MoveOn-endorsed Democrats to the Senate. United For is about WHAT we're voting for—the issues, values, and vision for the future that are motivating each of us to vote.

Want to support MoveOn's work? Senator Elizabeth Warren says, "I'm so enthusiastic about MoveOn's smart and targeted plan to hire a network of organizers in key battleground states to mobilize and train volunteers to knock on hundreds of thousands of doors. It's bold and ambitious—and exactly what is needed to help swing Senate races, resoundingly defeat Donald Trump, and give Democrats a fighting chance to take back the House." Will you chip in to help make it all possible?

Click here to chip in $3, or whatever you can afford.


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We have a problem re: Sheldon Adelson

This week, Republican mega-donor and casino magnate Sheldon Adelson announced plans to spend more than $45 million—the largest investment by a billionaire in this election—to prevent Democrats from retaking the Senate.

Dear MoveOn member,

This week, Republican mega-donor and casino magnate Sheldon Adelson announced plans to spend more than $45 million—the largest investment by a billionaire in this election—to influence key Senate races and prevent Democrats from retaking the Senate. CNN calls it "a groundbreaking donation that could redefine the final two months of the 2016 campaign."1

Democrats—up and down the ticket—are in deep trouble. Unless people like you step in to fill the gap.

That's why I'm asking MoveOn members to do me a personal favor: make a contribution today to help elect four progressive women to the Senate—Tammy Duckworth in Illinois, Catherine Cortez-Masto in Nevada, Deborah Ross in North Carolina, and Katie McGinty in Pennsylvania.

They are running in four of the closest Senate races in the country right now—and if all four of these incredible women win, Democrats could take back the U.S. Senate.

Can I personally count on you?

Click here to chip in $3 to these MoveOn-endorsed candidates for Senate and to MoveOn's efforts to turn the Senate blue.

With the presidential race tightening each and every day, there has never been a more critical time for all of us to step up and help ensure a Democratic majority in the Senate.

Believe me, if Trump wins this election, you'll want Democrats in control of the U.S. Senate to stop his radical, bigoted agenda right in its tracks.

And if Hillary Clinton wins, she'll need Democratic allies in the Senate to advance progressive legislation like free college for working-class families.

Will you chip in $3 now and help elect four incredible Democratic women to the Senate? Just click here.

I've had the opportunity to get to know these terrific women, and I can promise you that they will be true champions for Democratic values in the Senate. Here's a little more information about each of them:

Deborah Ross in North Carolina. Deborah has dedicated her career to fighting for equal rights for all, both as the former head of the ACLU of North Carolina and as a North Carolina House Whip.2 Her commitment to ensuring equal pay for equal work, even when her colleagues in the State House fought back against her, is nothing short of inspiring.

Catherine Cortez-Masto in Nevada. Catherine has made it her mission to fight for the most vulnerable among us as Nevada's Attorney General by going up against Bank of America to fight deceptive practices and corruption. She's shown time and time again that she is willing to speak for the voiceless, even when it means standing up to the most powerful among us. And she'd be the first ever Latina senator.3

Katie McGinty in Pennsylvania. Katie has spent much of her career advising President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore on the environment. Now, more than ever, we need more Democrats in the Senate who we can count on to trust science and fight corporate polluters to protect our environment.4

And when severe combat injuries made it impossible for my friend Tammy Duckworth in Illinois to continue serving on the battlefields in Iraq, she chose to serve the public in the halls of Congress.5 I've been honored to work with her on the fight for middle-class families as a member of the House, and I'd be thrilled to continue that work with her in the Senate.

We know that GOP mega-donors like Sheldon Adelson are going to invest big against these strong women candidates to ensure GOP victories in the Senate this November. But their money won't buy these elections—as long as you’re willing to join together with other MoveOn members to elect this incredible team.

Click here to invest $3—or whatever you can—in these incredible candidates, and help us take back the Senate.

Best wishes,

–Senator Dick Durbin

Sources:

1. "First on CNN: Adelson to spend at least $45 million on 2016 races in boost for GOP," CNN, September 19, 2016 
http://act.moveon.org/go/5810?t=5&akid=170151.10220574.drENQp

2. "Meet Deborah," Deborah Ross for United States Senate, accessed September 21, 2016 
https://act.moveon.org/go/5847?t=7&akid=170151.10220574.drENQp

3. "About," Catherine Cortez Masto for Senate, accessed September 21, 2016 
http://act.moveon.org/go/5848?t=9&akid=170151.10220574.drENQp

4. "About Katie," Katie McGinty, Democrat for Senate, accessed September 21, 2016 
http://act.moveon.org/go/5849?t=11&akid=170151.10220574.drENQp

5. "Meet Tammy," Tammy Duckworth, accessed September 21, 2016 
http://act.moveon.org/go/5850?t=13&akid=170151.10220574.drENQp

Want to support MoveOn's work? Senator Elizabeth Warren says, "I'm so enthusiastic about MoveOn's smart and targeted plan to hire a network of organizers in key battleground states to mobilize and train volunteers to knock on hundreds of thousands of doors. It's bold and ambitious—and exactly what is needed to help swing Senate races, resoundingly defeat Donald Trump, and give Democrats a fighting chance to take back the House." Will you chip in to help make it all possible?

Click here to chip in $3, or whatever you can afford.


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Wednesday, September 21, 2016

"Groundbreaking" donation to Trump

Donald Trump just shattered every record in the books for small donor fundraising by a Republican, raising $100 million with "staggering speed." GOP fundraising operatives are now calling him "the Republican Obama."

Dear MoveOn member,

Donald Trump just shattered every record on the books for small donor fundraising by a Republican, raising $100 million with "staggering speed."1 GOP fundraising operatives are calling him "the Republican Obama."2

And now—like a terrifying one-two punch—news just broke that Republican mega-donor Sheldon Adelson has pledged $45 million to Trump and down-ballot Republicans. CNN describes it as "a groundbreaking donation that could redefine the final two months of the 2016 campaign."3

With the presidential race virtually tied—and now a flood of money for Trump—we need your help more than ever.4 Will you make an emergency contribution of $2.70 right now to give us the resources to stop Trump?

Yes, I'll chip in now to help keep Donald Trump out of the White House.

This morning, data maven Nate Silver gave Trump a 44.5% chance of winning on Election Day—Trump's highest chances so far for the entire race.5

We know how to defeat Trump. It's by turning out voters in the battleground states that will decide the election. MoveOn is running a massive voter turnout program in swing states, with volunteers knocking on more than one million doors and talking directly to their neighbors about the election. In a year in which people are feeling increasingly cynical about candidates and elections, this direct personal contact—which study after study shows is the most effective way to move voters—is particularly important.6

We've built a sophisticated predictive model to pinpoint the progressive voters who are most likely to skip the polls in November—including millennials feeling alienated from the political process and other enthusiastic Bernie supporters who haven't decided whether to vote in November. As an independent, grassroots, progressive organization, MoveOn is better poised to talk to these voters than almost anyone else.

Will you chip in $2.70 now, so we have the resources to turn out voters in battleground states and keep Trump out of the White House?

Yes, I'll chip in now to help defeat Trump on Election Day.

Thanks for all you do.

–Vicki, Nick, Maria, Manny, and the rest of the team

P.S. On August 1, members of Donald Trump's transition team moved into an office building a block from the White House. There, they've been planning for his presidency, including what they're calling the First Day Project, when Trump will spend several hours on Inauguration Day signing a mountain of executive orders that "erases the Obama Presidency."7

Trump has already vowed that in his "first hour in office," he'd start to follow through on his core campaign promise to deport millions of people. He said, "Anyone who has entered the United States illegally is subject to deportation."8

If you think Trump doesn't really want to be president, or that he can't win, think again: Trump is neck-and-neck with Hillary Clinton in the polls, and his transition team is already preparing for him to be president. We must go-all out to stop this dangerous man now—while we still can. Will you help out?

Click here to chip in $2.70, or whatever you can afford.

P.P.S. We're still hiring for the last wave of Campaign Organizers for this voter turnout effort! Apply today for a Campaign Organizer or Deputy State Director position (or forward this to anyone you know who might be interested). These positions run from now until Election Day in Arizona, Florida, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.

Sources:

1. "Trump shatters GOP records with small donors," Politico, September 19, 2016
http://act.moveon.org/go/5793?t=18&akid=170134.10220574.iCTu6s

2. Ibid.

3. "First on CNN: Adelson to spend at least $45 million on 2016 races in boost for GOP," CNN, September 19, 2016
http://act.moveon.org/go/5794?t=20&akid=170134.10220574.iCTu6s

4. "General Election: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein," RealClearPolitics, accessed September 21, 2016
http://act.moveon.org/go/5565?t=22&akid=170134.10220574.iCTu6s

5. "Who will win the presidency?," FiveThirtyEight, accessed September 21, 2016
http://act.moveon.org/go/5133?t=24&akid=170134.10220574.iCTu6s

6. "Lessons from GOTV experiments," Yale Institution for Social and Policy Studies, accessed September 20, 2016
http://act.moveon.org/go/5717?t=26&akid=170134.10220574.iCTu6s

7. "President Trump's First Term," The New Yorker, September 26, 2016
http://act.moveon.org/go/5795?t=28&akid=170134.10220574.iCTu6s

8. Ibid.

Want to support our work? Senator Elizabeth Warren says, "I'm so enthusiastic about MoveOn's smart and targeted plan to hire a network of organizers in key battleground states to mobilize and train volunteers to knock on hundreds of thousands of doors. It's bold and ambitious—and exactly what is needed to help swing Senate races, resoundingly defeat Donald Trump, and give Democrats a fighting chance to take back the House." Will you chip in to help make it all possible?

Click here to chip in $2.70, or whatever you can afford.


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Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Terence Crutcher died for being Black

Will you sign and share this petition demanding that District Attorney Steve Kunzweil indict and fully investigate Officer Betty Shelby?

Dear MoveOn member,

Terence Crutcher, a father of four, was on his way home from class at Tulsa Community College when his car stalled in the middle of the road. Someone called the police. And instead of helping him, officers jumped out of their vehicles with guns drawn while helicopters circled in the sky filming the entire incident. Terence Crutcher needed help. But instead, he got a bullet.1

Will you sign and share this petition demanding District Attorney Steve Kunzweil indict and fully investigate Officer Betty Shelby, who shot and killed Terence Crutcher?

Indict Officer Betty Shelby for killing Terence Crutcher, an unarmed father of four, who posed no threat to her.

The people of Tulsa are counting on you to do the right thing and hold Tulsa police accountable. You must indict and fully investigate Officer Shelby for her role in the killing. Police are not above the law, and when someone kills someone, today's law states that they should be arrested—not at home on paid administrative leave.

Terence Crutcher died because he was Black. There's no other reason for someone to be killed by police when they are unarmed, walking slowly away with their hands up. He posed absolutely no threat, and yet the officers in the helicopter can be heard on video saying, "That looks like a bad dude, too. Probably on something."2

To make matters worse, after Officer Betty Shelby killed him, Tulsa Police let Terence Crutcher bleed out on the street. He died in the hospital a few hours later.3

This kind of continued disregard for Black life is enraging. Officer Betty Shelby killed someone. She should not be on administrative leave, sitting at home collecting a paycheck. Terence Crutcher's family and local activists in Tulsa are calling for Officer Shelby to be arrested and criminally charged.

Let's join them and make sure this officer is held accountable.

Click here to add your name to this petition, and then pass it along to your friends.

Thanks!

—Rashad Robinson, ColorOfChange.org

Sources:

1. "Black man fatally shot by Tulsa police was unarmed, chief says, as ‘disturbing’ video is released," The Washington Post, September 20, 2016
https://act.moveon.org/go/5818?t=5&akid=170087.10220574.vpWrz2

2. "Man killed by Tulsa police had no gun; video shows he had hands up," MPR, September 19, 2016
https://act.moveon.org/go/5816?t=7&akid=170087.10220574.vpWrz2

3. "Terence Crutcher Shot and Killed By Tulsa Police While Unarmed, Arms Raised," Jezebel, September 19, 2016
http://act.moveon.org/go/5821?t=9&akid=170087.10220574.vpWrz2

You're receiving this petition because we thought it might interest you. It was created on MoveOn.org, where anyone can start their own online petitions. You can start your own petition here.

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