Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Add your name: We stand with Aramis Ayala

Will you sign and share this petition to Florida Governor Rick Scott and demand he reinstate State Attorney Aramis Ayala immediately?

Dear MoveOn member,

Florida Governor Rick Scott just wrongfully removed the first Black woman state attorney in Florida's history from a key case after she heroically pledged not to use the death penalty.

On Thursday, we will deliver your signatures to Gov. Scott and demand that he reinstate State Attorney Aramis Ayala immediately. Will you sign and share this petition and make sure your name is included?

Let Aramis Ayala do her job. Put her back on the Markeith Loyd case immediately.

Aramis Ayala ran on a daring platform committing to real change for our communities. Her bold move is a direct response to the voters who put her in office and shows the kind of leadership we need to see from prosecutors across the country. And Gov. Scott is sending a scary and unfair message: the voters' choice in whom they elect to serve real justice does not matter.

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


—Rashad Robinson, Color Of Change


1. "In removing state attorney from murder case, governor abuses his power," Miami Herald, March 24, 2017

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