From AOTL Digital Team <[email protected]>
Subject next steps
Date January 24, 2022 10:06 PM
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John -- It’s the Digital team at All On The Line. We’re emailing you because, despite Congress’ failure to pass voting rights last week, we are still fighting for fair maps and advocating for voting rights. States are still finalizing their maps -- and won’t redraw them until 2031!

We can’t afford another decade of extreme policies by politicians who entered office because of gerrymandered maps, which is why we’re working to ensure we get things right during THIS redistricting cycle.

Will you make a one-time donation of $20.31 right now? Your contribution will help us hold map drawers across the country accountable during this once-in-decade process.

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-- AOTL Digital Team

P.S. Check out the message we sent last week after “obstructionist senators blocked Congress from voting on the Freedom to Vote: John R. Lewis.”

From: All On The Line
Subject: BREAKING:
Date: Thursday, January 20, 2022

"The vote is the most powerful nonviolent tool we have." Rep. John Lewis (1940-2020)

Late last night, obstructionist senators blocked Congress from voting on the Freedom to Vote: John R. Lewis Act.

This bill is the culmination of John Lewis’s life-long fight for voting rights and would have restored protections in the 1965 Voting Rights Act, expanded voting rights, and reformed redistricting.

Comprehensive voting rights reform did not pass yesterday -- but our fight will continue. This movement joined so many dedicated activists across the nation to strengthen our democracy and meet the challenge of confronting voter suppression and gerrymandering.

Essential voting rights protections have hung in the balance since the Supreme Court’s Shelby County decision in 2013. This week, the Senate finally debated a bill that would restore those protections -- and create new ones.

The impact of reforms like this bill would be immeasurable, outlasting the impact of any one upcoming election. But the same can be said of our work at the state level to demand fair maps. Our work has never solely depended on what happens in Washington -- but we have proven we have the power to shape what happens there.

As A.G. Holder likes to remind us: Dr. King believed the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice. That is true -- but only when people put their hands on that arc and pull it toward justice.

Over the past year, this movement has made tens of thousands of calls and sent tens of thousands of emails to Congress demanding action. But we have also testified at statehouses, submitted comments to redistricting commissions, and showed up time and again for our communities -- pulling the arc closer to justice. This movement will continue to fight to protect voting rights and advocate for fair maps -- there is no alternative.

We are proud of the work that this movement has done in service of trying to usher in a new era of voting rights and fair redistricting. We hope we can count on your support as we continue this critical work.

-- The AOTL Team

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