From Team Mackler <[email protected]>
Subject Join End Citizens United & James Mackler for a virtual conversation!
Date August 1, 2020 3:45 PM
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john: The nation's leading political reform organization, End Citizens United, is virtually coming to Tennessee to hold a conversation with their endorsed U.S. Senate candidate James Mackler! We hope you'll join us for this discussion about how to get big money out of politics, and how we flip Tennessee's open seat.

End Citizens United and James Mackler
Discussion on Reforming Washington
Monday, August 3rd
5:30 p.m. CT/6:30 p.m. ET

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Today, Washington works for special interests, and that's not working for all Tennesseans.

Here's why: Ten years ago, the Supreme Court handed down its Citizens United decision, giving special interests the power to flood our elections with dark money and buy a seat in the Senate to make sure their agenda gets rubber stamped. That's why we're unable to pass meaningful changes people desperately need on fixing health care, reducing drug prices, curbing gun violence, and even securing our elections.

Both James and End Citizens United are committed to eliminating the corruptive influence of dark money and protecting our democratic values. That's why James isn't taking any corporate PAC money, and it's why End Citizens United endorsed James' Senate campaign.

During the virtual event Monday, James will talk about our efforts to flip the critical open Senate seat in Tennessee without the help of corporate PAC dollars. We hope you'll join us -- admission is free and open to everyone.

Hope to see you there,

Team Mackler

P.S. If you can't attend the conversation on Monday, you can still help flip this critical Senate seat by making a contribution today.




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