Posts By Victoria Kaplan

Provin' 'Em Wrong: College Students and Young People Buck GOP, Get Health Coverage
Prove Them Wrong-Newspaper Ad

Conservative groups–funded by the Koch brothers–are spending millions of dollars on a misinformation campaign to try and get young people to go uninsured–putting their health, and the success of Obamacare, at risk. MoveOn members pitched in to run these ads in college newspapers and on the Facebook pages of college students and young people, telling […]

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Republicans Think You're Stupid, Prove Them Wrong
Obamacare enrollment starts today! Enroll now, and tell your friends.

Starting today, millions of uninsured people can sign up for affordable health insurance by visiting www.healthcare.gov. Thanks, Obamacare!
But conservative groups are spending lavishly to try and convince people not to sign up. They’re showing up on college campuses passing out beer coozies bearing the words “Opt out.” Let’s show the Republicans that we won’t fall for their scare tactics, by spreading the word about Obamacare.

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Activist Delivers 70,000 Signatures Against Fracking in California
Fracking Meeting with AsmGatto

On Thursday, August 29th, Dorothy Reik, a MoveOn.org member from Topanga, to delivered over 70,000 petition signatures from from MoveOn, CREDO, and Friends of the Earth to State Assemblyman Mike Gatto’s (CA-43) and Assembly Speaker John Pérez’s (CA-53) offices, urging them to add an immediate moratorium on fracking to State Sen. Fran Pavley’s regulatory bill (SB4).

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Chip In To Save the Senate

The latest polls show Republicans are poised to take control of the Senate this November if progressives don't show up to vote. We've got a plan that's proven to be effective, but it can't happen without you …

Let's 86 student debt in Oregon!

Oregon students are drowning in debt, and need our help. Can you join me and pledge to vote YES on Measure 86, which would create a permanent student assistance fund to help more Oregonians attend …