From Team Doug <[email protected]>
Subject BREAKING: Doug just cast his SCOTUS vote
Date October 27, 2020 1:02 AM
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Folks –

Doug Jones just cast his vote against the confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. Pitch in now to make sure he can keep fighting for what's right >> [[link removed]]

This entire nomination process has been an affront to everything Doug was elected to protect – it’s a blatantly hypocritical attack on the integrity of the Senate, our democracy, and the rights of every Alabamian and American.

Doug cast this vote because he refused to be a party to Mitch McConnell’s power grab, the hyper-politicization of the Senate and the courts, and denying the American people a voice in this process while voting for the next President is already underway.

Doug did the right thing, friend.

But the fact is that he’s going to be attacked for doing what’s right. Tommy Tuberville will do everything he can to make this vote – and every vote – about partisanship instead of the people of Alabama.

For his entire career and with every vote he’s cast, Doug has fought for us. Will you help our campaign so he can continue to fight for what’s right in the Senate? Pitch in anything you can afford now >> [[link removed]]

In just 8 days, we have the chance to correct our course – protect our democracy, our neighbors, and our futures. But we all have to come together and stand united.

–Team Doug

Donate to Doug >> [[link removed]]
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