Here are examples of the sponsored Facebook posts, promoted tweets, and pre-roll video MoveOn.org Civic Action members have pitched in to run to ensure that lawmakers and their staffs hear the powerful voice of Richard Martinez, the parent of a victim of the shooting at UCSB:
Here’s what a few MoveOn members shared: “Instead of representing New Yorkers who want progressive solutions to growing economic inequality, Cuomo is siding with employers and Wall Street because he thinks that will help his presidential ambitions,” wrote David L., a MoveOn member from Brooklyn, as he responded to the survey. “We need a governor […]
Richard Martinez’s son was killed in the UC Santa Barbara mass shooting. We want to get video footage of his powerful public remarks in front of every staffer on Capitol Hill in Washington, and every state legislator around the country. MoveOn members are chipping in now to make that happen. Watch Mr. Martinez’s powerful interview […]
Together, we did something unprecedented. Last Thursday, May 15, within minutes of a vote in Washington, D.C. that set the stage for a showdown over the future of the Internet, MoveOn members and allies from Fight for the Future, Free Press, and CREDO were in the streets, gathering at rarely-visited, remote FCC offices in 19 […]
Today, the Federal Communications Commission is set to vote on introducing a proposal that could put the Internet as we know it at risk. The FCC proposal could allow big corporations like Verizon and Comcast to charge big websites for an Internet fast lane, putting the rest of us in the slow lane and tearing […]
MoveOn, CREDO, Free Press Members to Protest in Communities Nationwide Demanding the FCC ‘Save the Internet’ and Protect Net Neutrality As It Meets to Consider Chairman Wheeler’s Proposal to Create a Two-Tiered Internet In solidarity with the hundreds of people planning to demonstrate outside the Federal Communications Commission’s Washington, D.C. headquarters on Thursday, May […]
In the wake of the large sums of out-of-state anonymous donations that flooded into California during the 2012 election, the Legislature took up SB27, which would require political nonprofits to identify their donors in California elections. So Trent Lange of the California Clean Money Campaign, along with allies including California Common Cause, Credo Action, Courage Campaign, MoveOn.org, and others, launched a campaign to get the bill passed.