From 2022 Update [AOTL] <[email protected]>
Subject Republican strategy
Date January 23, 2022 10:25 PM
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1. Headline: New Political Maps Will Kill Swing Districts From Coast to Coast
2. Headline: How Redistricting Is Killing Competition For House Seats
3. Headline: Aggressive Gerrymandering May Make Elections Far Less Competitive, Experts Say

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The GOP strategy for 2022 seems to be eliminating swing districts.

We’re seeing this pattern in state after state -- Republican map drawers are doubling down on gerrymandering and slashing swing districts in the process. Just look at Texas. The new map goes from 11 previously competitive districts to JUST ONE!

We cannot wait until the next redistricting process in 2030 to save swing districts.

Chip in to help AOTL fight for fair maps. We are helping voters hold map drawers accountable and challenge gerrymandered maps in court.
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Rather than facing the will of voters in a competitive election, map manipulators just want a guaranteed win. With obstructionists in Congress refusing to act to voting rights, it’s up to us to hold these map manipulators accountable.

Thanks for your support in this fight,
The AOTL Team

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