From All On The Line <[email protected]>
Subject Rapid Response: Another key SCOTUS decision on gerrymandering
Date June 27, 2019 4:44 PM
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Team --

Just minutes ago, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a big ruling on gerrymandering.

The Court ruled in cases from North Carolina (Rucho v. Common Cause) and
Maryland (Benisek v. Lamone) that federal courts cannot limit partisan gerrymandering --
a ruling that means self-interested politicians can effectively continue to manipulate
maps without federal courts intervening.

This is the wrong decision.

But we never thought one Supreme Court decision would solve the problem of
gerrymandering or end this fight. That's why All On The Line has been building a grassroots
army of supporters in every state in the country -- a team we're training to take on
gerrymandering at the local and state level.

Here's what All On The Line will continue to do:

-- Train local activists and organizers to become redistricting leaders;
-- Educate communities on how they can demand fair maps from elected officials and stakeholders; and
-- Organize and mobilize so self-interested politicians can't cut deals, choose their own voters, or
guarantee their re-election.

With today's Supreme Court decision, our work has never been more important. Can you chip
in to help our team keep making progress against gerrymandering?

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Thanks for your support,

Team All On The Line

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