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MoveOn members have organized and mobilized together, putting our collective people power to work to build a country and world where everyone can thrive. These are a few of our people-powered campaign efforts.

MoveOn members have organized and mobilized together, putting our collective people power to work to build a country and world where everyone can thrive. These are a few of our people-powered campaign efforts.

We know that a grassroots, people-powered movement that inspires and turns out high numbers of voters is what’s needed to win in 2020. That’s why MoveOn launched a bold, $20 million effort that not only invests in the election but builds the long-term movement needed to build a country where we all can thrive. Our “America for All” 2020 election program aims to mobilize millions of members to defeat Donald Trump, end Republican control of the Senate, and help Democrats hold the majority in the House of Representatives. 

Millions of MoveOn members, who live in each of the country’s 3,000+ counties, will volunteer and donate to candidates, contact voters in key battleground states, drive creative and cultural interventions that inspire voter turnout, and work to protect the right to vote for those targeted by digital voter suppression online. MoveOn is prioritizing the presidential and Senate battleground states of Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Maine, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. 

MoveOn’s campaign has three core strategies:

      • Mobilize millions of members and other grassroots progressives to make their voices heard in this election cycle—at the doors, on social media, through volunteering and contributing money, and more. In battleground states, MoveOn expects to mobilize over 30,000 members to volunteer on the ground in person.
      • Inspire turnout among potential voters in battleground states. MoveOn has identified a voter turnout population of more than 7 million “high-potential” voters—young people, people of color, and previously infrequent voters—who are likely to support Democratic candidates if they cast ballots. The group will work to turn out those voters through direct voter contact, creative and cultural interventions, ads, and more.
      • Protect the right to vote for those targeted by disinformation and voter suppression online. With the rise of digital disinformation as a fundamental threat, and the reality that electoral disinformation tactics have been targeted in recent years to suppress votes among Democratic-leaning constituencies including people of color, MoveOn has assembled a team of experts who are working to stop and counteract voter suppression online.
      • Learn more about our “America for All” 2020 election program here.

 

It happened again. His name was George Floyd, and on May 25 he was murdered by Minneapolis police officers.

George Floyd was a Black man who was murdered in broad daylight after a grocery clerk called the police for a supposed counterfeit bill. For 8 minutes and 46 seconds, Floyd laid on the street while officer Derek Chauvin held his knee on Floyd’s neck as he was struggling to breathe. He lost consciousness, and yet they continued to strangle him. Numerous bystanders pleaded with the police officer to let him go, while Floyd said the words “I can’t breathe” several times.

After the murder, officers called his death a “medical problem.” And it wasn’t until the video was released, clearly showing them choking him, that we finally saw the truth. This was a blatant and disgusting cover-up to prevent accountability for their brutal act of violence.

Police continue to hunt down Black folks in cities across America, and we refuse to sit silent. It was not too long ago we heard Eric Garner utter the same last words, “I can’t breathe.” And just months ago, officers stormed Breonna Taylor’s house and murdered her in her own home. 

We stand in solidarity with calls to Defund the Police and with the entire Movement for Black Lives.

The USPS is a self-funded quasi-independent government agency that provides jobs to more than 640,000 workers. Their revenue comes entirely from postage and services—not from tax dollars—and they’re anticipating a 50% loss of revenue in the coming year. 

Trump wants to let the Postal Service run out of funds.

To date, the USPS has not been included in any stimulus bills—though FedEx and UPS have been—and is at great risk of running out of money within a few months. This would leave millions of Americans in the lurch and would wreak havoc for those who need to vote by mail. People impacted by COVID-19 and deployed members of the military and their families who rely on voting by mail would have to overcome unnecessary obstacles to exercise their right to vote. 

The Postal Service serves every address on an equal basis, all 160 million of them in the U.S. In addition to delivering greeting cards, utility bills, magazines, and everything else we send in the mail, our mail carriers deliver 4 million prescription medications to households each day. MoveOn members are pushing hard to get emergency funding for the Postal Service. With your help, we can deliver a petition with more than 1.3 million signatures to the U.S. Senate to demand that they save the USPS and order the treasury secretary to release USPS relief funds.

Join thousands of MoveOn activists and sign the petition demanding that Congress and the White House Fully Fund the United States Postal Service.

We know that a grassroots, people-powered movement that inspires and turns out high numbers of voters is what’s needed to win in 2020. That’s why MoveOn launched a bold, $20 million effort that not only invests in the election but builds the long-term movement needed to build a country where we all can thrive. Our “America for All” 2020 election program aims to mobilize millions of members to defeat Donald Trump, end Republican control of the Senate, and help Democrats hold the majority in the House of Representatives. 

Millions of MoveOn members, who live in each of the country’s 3,000+ counties, will volunteer and donate to candidates, contact voters in key battleground states, drive creative and cultural interventions that inspire voter turnout, and work to protect the right to vote for those targeted by digital voter suppression online. MoveOn is prioritizing the presidential and Senate battleground states of Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Maine, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. 

MoveOn’s campaign has three core strategies:

      • Mobilize millions of members and other grassroots progressives to make their voices heard in this election cycle—at the doors, on social media, through volunteering and contributing money, and more. In battleground states, MoveOn expects to mobilize over 30,000 members to volunteer on the ground in person.
      • Inspire turnout among potential voters in battleground states. MoveOn has identified a voter turnout population of more than 7 million “high-potential” voters—young people, people of color, and previously infrequent voters—who are likely to support Democratic candidates if they cast ballots. The group will work to turn out those voters through direct voter contact, creative and cultural interventions, ads, and more.
      • Protect the right to vote for those targeted by disinformation and voter suppression online. With the rise of digital disinformation as a fundamental threat, and the reality that electoral disinformation tactics have been targeted in recent years to suppress votes among Democratic-leaning constituencies including people of color, MoveOn has assembled a team of experts who are working to stop and counteract voter suppression online.
      • Learn more about our “America for All” 2020 election program here.

 

George Floyd was a Black man who was murdered in broad daylight after a grocery clerk called the police for a supposed counterfeit bill. For 8 minutes and 46 seconds, Floyd laid on the street while officer Derek Chauvin held his knee on Floyd’s neck as he was struggling to breathe. He lost consciousness, and yet they continued to strangle him. Numerous bystanders pleaded with the police officer to let him go, while Floyd said the words “I can’t breathe” several times.

After the murder, officers called his death a “medical problem.” And it wasn’t until the video was released, clearly showing them choking him, that we finally saw the truth. This was a blatant and disgusting cover-up to prevent accountability for their brutal act of violence.

Police continue to hunt down Black folks in cities across America, and we refuse to sit silent. It was not too long ago we heard Eric Garner utter the same last words, “I can’t breathe.” And just months ago, officers stormed Breonna Taylor’s house and murdered her in her own home. 

We stand in solidarity with calls to Defund the Police and with the entire Movement for Black Lives.

Sign the Petition for George Floyd

Sign the Petition for Breonna Taylor

The USPS is a self-funded quasi-independent government agency that provides jobs to more than 640,000 workers. Their revenue comes entirely from postage and services—not from tax dollars—and they’re anticipating a 50% loss of revenue in the coming year. 

Trump wants to let the Postal Service run out of funds.

To date, the USPS has not been included in any stimulus bills—though FedEx and UPS have been—and is at great risk of running out of money within a few months. This would leave millions of Americans in the lurch and would wreak havoc for those who need to vote by mail. People impacted by COVID-19 and deployed members of the military and their families who rely on voting by mail would have to overcome unnecessary obstacles to exercise their right to vote. 

The Postal Service serves every address on an equal basis, all 160 million of them in the U.S. In addition to delivering greeting cards, utility bills, magazines, and everything else we send in the mail, our mail carriers deliver 4 million prescription medications to households each day. MoveOn members are pushing hard to get emergency funding for the Postal Service.

Join thousands of MoveOn activists and sign the petition demanding that Congress and the White House Fully Fund the United States Postal Service.

AMERICA FOR ALL

We know that a grassroots, people-powered movement that inspires and turns out high numbers of voters is what’s needed to win in 2020. That’s why MoveOn launched a bold, $20 million effort that not only invests in the election but builds the long-term movement needed to build a country where we all can thrive. Our “America for All” 2020 election program aims to mobilize millions of members to defeat Donald Trump, end Republican control of the Senate, and help Democrats hold the majority in the House of Representatives. 

Millions of MoveOn members, who live in each of the country’s 3,000+ counties, will volunteer and donate to candidates, contact voters in key battleground states, drive creative and cultural interventions that inspire voter turnout, and work to protect the right to vote for those targeted by digital voter suppression online. MoveOn is prioritizing the presidential and Senate battleground states of Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Maine, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. 

MoveOn’s campaign has three core strategies:

      • Mobilize millions of members and other grassroots progressives to make their voices heard in this election cycle—at the doors, on social media, through volunteering and contributing money, and more. In battleground states, MoveOn expects to mobilize over 30,000 members to volunteer on the ground in person.
      • Inspire turnout among potential voters in battleground states. MoveOn has identified a voter turnout population of more than 7 million “high-potential” voters—young people, people of color, and previously infrequent voters—who are likely to support Democratic candidates if they cast ballots. The group will work to turn out those voters through direct voter contact, creative and cultural interventions, ads, and more.
      • Protect the right to vote for those targeted by disinformation and voter suppression online. With the rise of digital disinformation as a fundamental threat, and the reality that electoral disinformation tactics have been targeted in recent years to suppress votes among Democratic-leaning constituencies including people of color, MoveOn has assembled a team of experts who are working to stop and counteract voter suppression online.

SOLIDARITY WITH THE MOVEMENT FOR BLACK LIVES

It happened again. His name was George Floyd, and on May 25 he was murdered by Minneapolis police officers.

George Floyd was a Black man who was murdered in broad daylight after a grocery clerk called the police for a supposed counterfeit bill. For 8 minutes and 46 seconds, Floyd laid on the street while officer Derek Chauvin held his knee on Floyd’s neck as he was struggling to breathe. He lost consciousness, and yet they continued to strangle him. Numerous bystanders pleaded with the police officer to let him go, while Floyd said the words “I can’t breathe” several times.

After the murder, officers called his death a “medical problem.” And it wasn’t until the video was released, clearly showing them choking him, that we finally saw the truth. This was a blatant and disgusting cover-up to prevent accountability for their brutal act of violence.

Police continue to hunt down Black folks in cities across America, and we refuse to sit silent. It was not too long ago we heard Eric Garner utter the same last words, “I can’t breathe.” And just months ago, officers stormed Breonna Taylor’s house and murdered her in her own home. 

We stand in solidarity with calls to Defund the Police and with the entire Movement for Black Lives.

SAVE THE POSTAL SERVICE

The USPS is a self-funded quasi-independent government agency that provides jobs to more than 640,000 workers. Their revenue comes entirely from postage and services—not from tax dollars—and they’re anticipating a 50% loss of revenue in the coming year. 

Trump wants to let the Postal Service run out of funds.

To date, the USPS has not been included in any stimulus bills—though FedEx and UPS have been—and is at great risk of running out of money within a few months. This would leave millions of Americans in the lurch and would wreak havoc for those who need to vote by mail. People impacted by COVID-19 and deployed members of the military and their families who rely on voting by mail would have to overcome unnecessary obstacles to exercise their right to vote. 

The Postal Service serves every address on an equal basis, all 160 million of them in the U.S. In addition to delivering greeting cards, utility bills, magazines, and everything else we send in the mail, our mail carriers deliver 4 million prescription medications to households each day. MoveOn members are pushing hard to get emergency funding for the Postal Service. 

Join thousands of MoveOn activists and sign the petition demanding that Congress and the White House Fully Fund the United States Postal Service.