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Wednesday, August 16, 2017

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Urgent: Fight voter suppression

NextGen America.
Urge your member of Congress to restore the Voting Rights Act and fight voter suppression.
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The right to vote is sacred — but it doesn't mean anything unless we all share it equally. The Republican Party continues to disenfranchise people of color, and even stands in the way of restoring the Voting Rights Act.

In the wake of the terrorist act in Charlottesville, Virginia and Donald Trump's encouragement of racism and hatred, a few Republicans have made a show of disavowing white supremacy. But words are not enough: It's time for Republicans in Congress to act.

The GOP must join Democrats in strengthening the Voting Rights Act and immediately cease efforts to suppress the vote around the country.

Tell Congress: Restore and strengthen the Voting Rights Act and stop racist voter suppression schemes.

Stop Trump for raising heal care costs.

The Voting Rights Act (VRA) is landmark civil rights legislation that outlawed discriminatory practices that prevented people of color from voting and moved America closer to meeting its promise of equality for all.

But in 2013, the United States Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act, ending federal oversight of jurisdictions with a history of racial discrimination — and Republicans across the country have passed discriminatory state laws designed to prevent people of color from voting.

In weakening the Voting Rights Act, Chief Justice John Roberts asserted that "Our country has changed," arguing that it no longer necessary to protect people of color from discrimination. As Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg noted in her dissent, gutting the Voting Rights Act now "is like throwing away your umbrella in a rainstorm because you are not getting wet."

The white supremacist violence in Charlottesville — and countless Republican voter suppression schemes — demonstrates that while America has come a long way from Jim Crow, our legacy of racism and discrimination lives on.

It's time to restore the Voting Rights Act.

We cannot allow the GOP to continue discriminatory voter suppression just to maintain their grip on power. 14 states enacted voting restrictions in time for the 2016 election. This year alone, 99 new laws have been proposed to suppress the vote in 31 states.

Alabama Representative Terri Sewell, along with civil rights hero Congressman John Lewis and 185 other members of Congress have cosponsored legislation to restore the Voting Rights Act. But despite their rhetoric in the wake of Charlottesville, not a single Republican in Congress is among the cosponsors.

Act now: Urge your member of Congress to restore the Voting Rights Act at once by passing the Voting Rights Advancement Act.

Thanks for speaking up,

Heather Hargreaves
Executive Vice President
NextGen America

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