Monday, October 24, 2016
I'm asking you to join me
For over 56 years, ever since I first took my seat as a Freedom Rider, I've been getting into what I like to call "good trouble."
Getting into good trouble means standing up to injustice -- when you have something to say and decide to get in the way and make a little noise about it.
That's why I joined a group of young people in Atlanta earlier this month, on the first day Georgians could vote early, on a march that ended at the polls.
As we marched, we chanted "this is what democracy looks like" -- because now more than ever is the time to make our voices heard. Whether it's on the streets getting our friends and neighbors out to vote or at the ballot box exercising our hard fought right and duty as Americans.
As Democrats, we want to see more democracy, not less. We've made tremendous progress as a country, but forward motion is not a guarantee. We're facing a Republican candidate and party that want to take us back to another place and another time that we cannot afford to return to.
That's why I'm doing everything I can to bring people out to make some noise on November 8th (or sooner if you can). If you're with me, pitch in $3 or more so we can do all the work necessary to make sure every voice is heard on Election Day and to make sure we elect Hillary Clinton and Democrats down the ticket all across the country.
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