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 […]
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 […]
This year, the Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act and dozens of U.S. states got busy introducing restrictive voting bills that would prevent poor, minority, and elderly voters from making it to the polls. Meanwhile, Massachusetts legislators were working to pass an election modernization bill that would allow online voter registration and early voting. That’s why Sara Brady of the organization MassVOTE started several MoveOn Petitions asking members of the Massachusetts General Court to stand up for the state’s voters and pass the bill.
A new set of post-shutdown polls, commissioned by MoveOn.org Political Action, show Democrats not only have an opportunity to take back the House of Representatives next year, but could win a sizable majority if voter anger over the shutdown carries into 2014.