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MoveOn launches mobile billboard, microsite pushing Gov. Snyder to fix lead pipes in Flint
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This weekend, ahead of the Democratic Debate in Flint, MoveOn.org Civic Action is launching a new microsite and mobile billboard campaign designed to keep attention on Governor Snyder’s continued failure to address the Flint’s water crisis and to pressure him to take action.  MoveOn is sharing this digital counter through allies and popular websites, nationally […]

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MoveOn Members in 48 States Call on Superdelegates to Let Voters Decide
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From Maine to California, MoveOn members in 48 states have started petition campaigns calling on their states’ superdelegates to honor the will of the voters at the Democratic National Convention in July. More than 350,000 MoveOn members have already signed national petitions calling on their superdelegates to vote for the candidate with the most pledged delegates […]

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APPLY NOW: MoveOn.org Washington Coordinator
MoveOn Washington Coordinator

Are you highly organized, detail-oriented, and a great collaborator? Want to work closely with MoveOn’s Washington Director to help empower millions of Americans fighting for progressive values? Come be part of the MoveOn team! The Washington Director handles incoming and outgoing communication, strategic prioritization, scheduling, administration, and project management of MoveOn.org’s DC advocacy efforts, office, […]

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New '1988' ad uses Reagan to push GOP on Supreme Court vacancy
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MoveOn.org Civic Action is airing this TV ad featuring of President Reagan stating clearly that it is the Senate’s “obligation” to work to fill a Supreme Court vacancy in an election year. The ad underscores the radical and unprecedented nature of Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell’s declaration hours after Justice Antonin Scalia’s death that the Senate […]

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New York Times Editorial Board Agrees with MoveOn Members
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Today, the New York Times editorialized that voters, not superdelegates, should decide who the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee should be at the Democratic National Convention in July. That’s the message championed by thousands of MoveOn members and allies over the past two weeks and the op-ed specifically cites MoveOn’s campaign and message in making its case. Can you take […]

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