Before May is over >>
Patricia, Since day one of Donald Trump's presidency, we've been out in full force fueling the resistance and standing with our pro-choice Democratic women against Trump's dangerous administration. Now we're focusing on bringing the resistance to the ballot box and helping more women run for office than ever before. We've got some tough races ahead of us in 2018, and we're planning to do as much as we can for as many women as we can. That's why I'm checking our records to make sure everyone who cares about this work is involved. Here are our records associated with this exact email address: 2017 EMILY's List donor: Pending Suggested action: Donate $3 or more: secure.emilyslist.org/page/contribute/20170524_email_MayEOM As Chief Operating Officer, it's my job to make sure our resources match our budget -- and vice versa. And our budget went up dramatically after the outpouring of energy after the election. Over 13,000 women and counting have told us they want to run for office -- more than 13 times the number of women we heard from in 2016! Usually we have to do a lot of legwork in state and local races to ask women to run. This time, potential candidates are tweeting, emailing, and signing up on our website to tell us they're ready. That's why we've launched a brand-new program, Run to Win, to support these women with trainings, webinars, and other online resources as they learn how to run campaigns. That's on top of our mission to protect the nine of our 15 senators who are up for re-election next year and flip the House from Republicans' control. I'm not complaining: We're more fired up than ever to help these candidates win. But I do want to make sure we can be there for the thousands of women who are counting on us. Please donate $3 or more before midnight on Wednesday to help hit our End-of-Month goal: secure.emilyslist.org/page/contribute/20170524_email_MayEOM Thank you, Leigh K. Warren Chief Operating Officer, EMILY's List
· Sun, May 28 · clinton-hillary

Last chance: your vote determines the outcome
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· Sun, May 28 · obama

Take Action: We have the power to stop Trumpcare!
A new message from your friends at People For the American Way. Tell US Senators: OPPOSE Trumpcare>> site.pfaw.org/site/R Stop Trumpcare: Tell your Senators to vote NO! site.pfaw.org/site/R Anne-- Following nonpartisan analysis by the Congressional Budget Office showing that the AHCA will deny healthcare to 23 million Americans (all in service of cutting taxes for the very wealthy), Americans across the country are rallying against Trumpcare and giving their members of Congress an earful while they're home this week for recess. This is critical -- reports are coming out that some members of Congress are using this recess to see if they should continue to support Trumpcare. Keep the pressure on! Sign the petition now telling US senators to REJECT the AHCA!>> site.pfaw.org/site/R Thank you! Katie O'Connell, Digital Campaign Coordinator donate: site.pfaw.org/site/R                                 Do not reply directly to this e-mail. Please use xxx. Trouble viewing the email? VIEW AS WEB PAGE>> site.pfaw.org/site/R This email was sent to xxx. Reaching you over email is the best way we have to let you know about the ways you can take action to fight the Right Wing and defend our constitutional rights and values. If you have any thoughts, comments, or criticisms, or if there's a better email address at which to reach you, please let us know. If you'd like to unsubscribe from our list, you can do that here: site.pfaw.org/site/CO . But know that if you leave, it will be harder for you to stay involved with People For the American Way and continue our crucial work. PFAW is able to win policy battles and elections, and counter the Right's extremism and hate, because of dedicated activists like you, and we're always eager to hear your thoughts. Thanks for your support. CONTACT: site.pfaw.org/site/R pfaw.org  |  privacy policy  |  subscribe   |   contact us site.pfaw.org/site/R site.pfaw.org/site/R site.pfaw.org/site/R site.pfaw.org/site/R Facebook  |  Twitter  |  YouTube site.pfaw.org/site/R site.pfaw.org/site/R site.pfaw.org/site/R site.pfaw.org/site/R site.pfaw.org/site/R site.pfaw.org/site/R   1101 15th Street, NW, Suite 600, Washington, DC 20005-5002, 202-467-4999 Powered by Convio site.pfaw.org/site/R
· Sun, May 28 · obama

Time to make calls for Georgia 6
A new message from your friends at People For the American Way. Anne, We're just a few weeks out from Election Day in the Georgia special election -- our best chance to flip a Republican House seat from red to blue! Georgia's 6th District went for Trump by less than 2% and progressive Democrat Jon Ossoff is currently LEADING his Republican opponent in the polls. But if we're going to flip this seat and send Jon to Congress to be a strong voice for progressive values, we need your help. We've teamed up with allies in Georgia to offer you a virtual phone banking tool that allows you to call from anywhere -- so you can still volunteer to help with  this race no matter where you live in the country. Can you make calls to voters in Georgia's 6th District to help get out the vote for Jon Ossoff? Sign up to make calls>> site.pfaw.org/site/R You will be asked to agree to the code of conduct for this volunteer activity as the first step. After agreeing to the terms, you'll be given detailed instructions on how to use login and use the tool. Unable to make calls? Please donate to our efforts to flip the 6th District from red to blue and elect Jon Ossoff>> site.pfaw.org/site/R Electing Jon Ossoff will send a clear message to Trump, his administration, and Republican members of Congress that the resistance is growing and they better be ready to be held accountable for their extreme and hateful agenda. Thank you for everything you do. -- Bradley Williams, Digital Organizing Coordinator donate: site.pfaw.org/site/R                                 Do not reply directly to this e-mail. Please use xxx. Trouble viewing the email? VIEW AS WEB PAGE>> site.pfaw.org/site/R This email was sent to xxx. Reaching you over email is the best way we have to let you know about the ways you can take action to fight the Right Wing and defend our constitutional rights and values. If you have any thoughts, comments, or criticisms, or if there's a better email address at which to reach you, please let us know. If you'd like to unsubscribe from our list, you can do that here: site.pfaw.org/site/CO . But know that if you leave, it will be harder for you to stay involved with People For the American Way and continue our crucial work. PFAW is able to win policy battles and elections, and counter the Right's extremism and hate, because of dedicated activists like you, and we're always eager to hear your thoughts. Thanks for your support. CONTACT: site.pfaw.org/site/R pfaw.org  |  privacy policy  |  subscribe   |   contact us site.pfaw.org/site/R site.pfaw.org/site/R site.pfaw.org/site/R site.pfaw.org/site/R Facebook  |  Twitter  |  YouTube site.pfaw.org/site/R site.pfaw.org/site/R site.pfaw.org/site/R site.pfaw.org/site/R site.pfaw.org/site/R site.pfaw.org/site/R   1101 15th Street, NW, Suite 600, Washington, DC 20005-5002, 202-467-4999 Powered by Convio site.pfaw.org/site/R
· Sat, May 27 · obama

[Senate] Our line of defense against Trump + the GOP
Patricia, Nine of our 15 EMILY's List women in the Senate are up for re-election next year: Tammy Baldwin (WI) Maria Cantwell (WA) Dianne Feinstein (CA) Kirsten Gillibrand (NY) Mazie Hirono (HI) Amy Klobuchar (MN) Claire McCaskill (MO) Debbie Stabenow (MI) Elizabeth Warren (MA) They're our last line of defense against the Republican Party's dangerous agenda. We've set a goal of raising $125,000 by the end of the month to keep our women in the Senate, fighting for us. Donate to help reach our goal and re-elect our nine Senate champions: secure.emilyslist.org/page/contribute/20170524_email_MayEOM - the EMILY's List team
· Sat, May 27 · clinton-hillary

Make Trump pay for his golf trips
[ act.credoaction.com/sign/swamp_act ]Tell Congress: Make Trump pay for his golf trips Petition to Congress: "Make Donald Trump reimburse taxpayers for his trips to Trump properties like Mar-a-Lago by passing the Stop Waste And Misuse by the President (SWAMP) Act of 2017." Add your name: [ act.credoaction.com/sign/swamp_act ]Sign the petition ► Dear Anne, [ act.credoaction.com/sign/swamp_act ]Trump is corrupt Donald Trump just unveiled a budget proposal that would hammer public education and steal health care from millions, including children.^1 But he has no problem spending taxpayer dollars on regular golfing trips to properties he owns and profits from.^2 Progressive Rep. Ted Lieu is out to change that with a new bill that deserves our immediate support: The Stop Waste And Misuse by the President (SWAMP) Act of 2017. [ act.credoaction.com/sign/swamp_act ]Tell Congress: Make Trump pay for his golf trips. Click here to sign the petition. Trump is on pace to spend more on his personal trips in just one year than President Obama spent in all eight years combined. Every trip to Mar-a-Lago costs $3.7 million. That astonishing amount does not even include the cost of air travel and overtime for local law enforcement. Trump has also spent more than $20 million in taxpayer dollars on trips to Trump Tower in New York.^3 On top of it all, he forces the Secret Service to pay tens of thousands of dollars to rent golf carts while he plays. And he is doing all this after spending years demonizing President Obama for daring to golf a handful of times.^4 Rep. Lieu’s bill would require Trump to reimburse taxpayers for every cent spent on travel to properties he owns.^5 No more racking up huge costs while cutting Meals on Wheels. No more lining his own pockets while kicking children off health care. No more expensive hypocrisy while people experiencing homelessness lose a lifeline. We need to put a giant spotlight on Trump’s outrageous behavior by getting behind this bill in a big way. [ act.credoaction.com/sign/swamp_act ]Tell Congress: Make Trump pay for his golf trips. Click here to sign the petition. Trump’s budget would cut Social Security, end Medicaid as we know it, slash $11 billion from public education, and axe everything from Pell Grants for low-income students to food stamps, medical research, student loans, fossil fuel emissions reduction, and programs that offer a lifeline to those experiencing illness, homelessness, poverty, or disability.^6 But spending millions golfing every weekend and lining his own pockets in the process? Trump is fine with that. Tell Congress: Make Trump pay for his golf trips. Click the link below to sign the petition. [ act.credoaction.com/sign/swamp_act ]act.credoaction.com/sign/swamp_act Thank you for speaking out, Murshed Zaheed, Political Director [ act.credoaction.com/go/111 ]CREDO Action from Working Assets Add your name: [ act.credoaction.com/sign/swamp_act ]Sign the petition ► References:  1. Julie Hirschfeld Davis, “[ act.credoaction.com/go/14081 ]Trump’s Budget Cuts Deeply Into Medicaid and Anti-Poverty Efforts,” The New York Times, May 22, 2017.  2. Sebastian Murdock, “[ act.credoaction.com/go/14082 ]SWAMP Act Would Make Donald Trump Pay For His Own Visits To Mar-A-Lago,” HuffPost, May 20, 2017.  3. Ibid.  4. Ibid.  5. Ibid.  6. Hirschfeld Davis, “[ act.credoaction.com/go/14081 ]Trump’s Budget Cuts Deeply Into Medicaid and Anti-Poverty Efforts.”
· Sat, May 27 · obama

Memorial Day Savings! iPhone 7 for $99 plus $100 giftcard for each line.
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· Sat, May 27 · obama

If you agree with Heather Booth...
"There's two big resources: there's people and there's money. We may not have all the money, and we need some, but we do have the people. And we get the people when we organize." --Heather Booth Anne, we know you're someone we can count on to help organize -- now make sure we have the resources to fight back and win. Pitch in $3 or more before our deadline on Wednesday: my.democrats.org/May-Deadline-2017-AB
· Sat, May 27 · obama

Find a resistance event near you!
A new message from your friends at People For the American Way. Anne, These last two weeks have been challenging. From the Trump-Russia ties to the Trump budget proposal to the CBO report that 23 million people would lose health care under the AHCA, the news has been stunning. We need to keep the resistance going and keep fighting back this Memorial Day recess, when members of Congress will be in their home states and districts. Many members are holding town hall meetings and other constituent events -- although too many are not. But in the districts of many of those members of congress not holding public events, other grassroots events are being organized to get their attention. ALL members of Congress -- senators and representatives, Republicans and Democrats -- need to be hearing from their constituents this coming week about the urgency of: * Holding Trump and top administration officials accountable for their flagrant disregard of the rule of law, their trampling of our democratic institutions, and potential corruption at the highest levels of our government... * STOPPING passage of the AHCA (Trumpcare) in the Senate, and accountability for Republicans who voted to pass it in the House... * Resisting Trump's disastrous budget, which includes deep cuts to Medicaid, food stamps, student aid and more to pay for massive tax cuts for the top fraction of the top 1%... * Speaking out against the DOJ's actions to criminalize communities of color, the Right's ongoing attacks on women and voting rights, efforts to reshape the judiciary with extreme far-right judges, and more... Find a congressional town hall meetings and resistance events near you that are happening this weekend through next week at Resistance Near Me>> site.pfaw.org/site/R (You can also organize and submit your own event on that national action hub.) AND... we want to hear YOUR story of resistance! When we're able to amplify the stories of PFAW members resisting in their communities, it encourages more engagement from others, energizing the resistance movement even more. This works -- it's science! We're eager to know what you're doing to resist in your community or what kind of activism you are seeing where you live. If you plan to attend (or host) an event this recess, please tell us about it! And after you take part in an event or a grassroots action, please let us know about your experience. Tell us your story here>> site.pfaw.org/site/R Thank you so much for everything you do! In solidarity, Bradley Williams, Digital Organizing Coordinator P.S. An additional useful tool for any resister looking to organize locally is the Indivisible Guide -- A Practical Guide for Resisting the Trump Agenda -- which can be found here: site.pfaw.org/site/R P.P.S. If you cannot commit the time or are otherwise unable to participate in a resistance event this recess, can you contribute a few dollars to keep vital resources flowing to empower activists and citizens across the country? site.pfaw.org/site/R Even just a few dollars can make a major difference. donate: site.pfaw.org/site/R                                 Do not reply directly to this e-mail. Please use xxx. Trouble viewing the email? VIEW AS WEB PAGE>> site.pfaw.org/site/R This email was sent to xxx. Reaching you over email is the best way we have to let you know about the ways you can take action to fight the Right Wing and defend our constitutional rights and values. If you have any thoughts, comments, or criticisms, or if there's a better email address at which to reach you, please let us know. If you'd like to unsubscribe from our list, you can do that here: site.pfaw.org/site/CO . But know that if you leave, it will be harder for you to stay involved with People For the American Way and continue our crucial work. PFAW is able to win policy battles and elections, and counter the Right's extremism and hate, because of dedicated activists like you, and we're always eager to hear your thoughts. Thanks for your support. CONTACT: site.pfaw.org/site/R pfaw.org  |  privacy policy  |  subscribe   |   contact us site.pfaw.org/site/R site.pfaw.org/site/R site.pfaw.org/site/R site.pfaw.org/site/R Facebook  |  Twitter  |  YouTube site.pfaw.org/site/R site.pfaw.org/site/R site.pfaw.org/site/R site.pfaw.org/site/R site.pfaw.org/site/R site.pfaw.org/site/R   1101 15th Street, NW, Suite 600, Washington, DC 20005-5002, 202-467-4999 Powered by Convio site.pfaw.org/site/R
· Sat, May 27 · obama

The Scoop: Memorial Day, Gubernatorial Transition, Oversight, Foster Care
<outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/Customers/SenGrassley/Scoop.jpg> About Grassley <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/iqClickTrk.aspx &crop=14222.9216258.5582588.7038002&report_id=&redirect=http%3a%2f%2fwww grassley.senate.gov%2fabout&redir_log=928978509833256> Constituent Services <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/iqClickTrk.aspx &crop=14222.9216258.5582588.7038002&report_id=&redirect=http%3a%2f%2fwww grassley.senate.gov%2fconstituents&redir_log=449195868256312> News Center <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/iqClickTrk.aspx &crop=14222.9216258.5582588.7038002&report_id=&redirect=http%3a%2f%2fwww grassley.senate.gov%2fnews&redir_log=1069771078250> Contact Grassley <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/iqClickTrk.aspx &crop=14222.9216258.5582588.7038002&report_id=&redirect=http%3a%2f%2fwww grassley.senate.gov%2fcontact&redir_log=704803046076271> Grassley Direct Memorial Day is a time for families and neighbors to gather in remembrance and in tribute to those individuals from their community who gave their lives for our country. To all those who sacrificed their lives to uphold our freedom, I say thank you. <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/iqClickTrk.aspx &crop=14222.9216258.5582588.7038002&report_id=&redirect=https%3a%2f%2fyo utu.be%2fhi-G97LoLTQ&redir_log=238915070673183> Q&A:Memorial Day Q. Why should Americans, especially younger generations, celebrate Memorial Day? Q. How can Iowans observe Memorial Day? <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/iqClickTrk.aspx &crop=14222.9216258.5582588.7038002&report_id=&redirect=https%3a%2f%2fme dium.com%2f%40ChuckGrassley%2fq-a-memorial-day-8779c9ca60a0&redir_log=57 8892110404413> <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/iqClickTrk.aspx &crop=14222.9216258.5582588.7038002&report_id=&redirect=http%3a%2f%2fhtt p%3a%2f%2fwww.grassley.senate.gov%2fnews%2fcommentary%2fqa-country-origi n-labeling&redir_log=804103542421567> Quick Links Congratulations to Ambassador Terry Branstad <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/iqClickTrk.aspx &crop=14222.9216258.5582588.7038002&report_id=&redirect=https%3a%2f%2fou treach.senate.gov%2fiqextranet%2fiqClickTrk.aspx%3f%26cid%3dSenGrassley% 26crop%3d14549.9196728.5584178.7338375%26report_id%3d%26redirect%3dhttps %253a%252f%252fwww.grassley.senate.gov%252fnews%252fnews-releases%252fgo v-branstad-confirmed-us-ambassador-china-grassley-welcomes-strong-suppor t%26redir_log%3d571525311754896&redir_log=080662880852092> , Governor <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/iqClickTrk.aspx &crop=14222.9216258.5582588.7038002&report_id=&redirect=https%3a%2f%2fou treach.senate.gov%2fiqextranet%2fiqClickTrk.aspx%3f%26cid%3dSenGrassley% 26crop%3d14549.9196728.5584178.7338375%26report_id%3d%26redirect%3dhttps %253a%252f%252fwww.grassley.senate.gov%252fnews%252fnews-releases%252fgr assley-statement-inauguration-governor-reynolds%26redir_log%3d1345493019 77719&redir_log=738868151181911> Kim Reynolds <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/iqClickTrk.aspx &crop=14222.9216258.5582588.7038002&report_id=&redirect=https%3a%2f%2fou treach.senate.gov%2fiqextranet%2fiqClickTrk.aspx%3f%26cid%3dSenGrassley% 26crop%3d14549.9196728.5584178.7338375%26report_id%3d%26redirect%3dhttps %253a%252f%252fwww.grassley.senate.gov%252fnews%252fnews-releases%252fgr assley-statement-inauguration-governor-reynolds%26redir_log%3d1345493019 77719&redir_log=738868151181911> and Lieutenant Governor Adam Gregg <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/iqClickTrk.aspx &crop=14222.9216258.5582588.7038002&report_id=&redirect=https%3a%2f%2fww w.grassley.senate.gov%2fnews%2fnews-releases%2fgrassley-statement-appoin tment-adam-gregg-be-lieutenant-governor&redir_log=177153376067817> . I have every confidence they will excel in their new roles and will represent Iowa and the United States well. Following news reports that the Wounded Warrior Project was mismanaging <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/iqClickTrk.aspx &crop=14222.9216258.5582588.7038002&report_id=&redirect=https%3a%2f%2fww w.grassley.senate.gov%2fnews%2fnews-releases%2fgrassley-wounded-warrior- project-makes-reforms-after-media-coverage-grassley&redir_log=0841627313 78900> donor dollars and misrepresenting its accounting, I launched a more than-yearlong inquiry into the tax-exempt charity. I spoke with CBS Evening News <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/iqClickTrk.aspx &crop=14222.9216258.5582588.7038002&report_id=&redirect=https%3a%2f%2fww w.youtube.com%2fwatch%3fv%3dv8NAIWEvOtA%26feature%3dyoutu.be&redir_log=6 26532118363443> about the results, and I'm glad the organization has taken steps to fix its shortcomings. <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/iqClickTrk.aspx &crop=14222.9216258.5582588.7038002&report_id=&redirect=https%3a%2f%2fyo utu.be%2fv8NAIWEvOtA&redir_log=137649863491187> I introduced bipartisan legislation <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/iqClickTrk.aspx &crop=14222.9216258.5582588.7038002&report_id=&redirect=https%3a%2f%2fww w.grassley.senate.gov%2fnews%2fnews-releases%2fmoney-laundering-bill-tar gets-terrorists-tax-evaders-cartels-crooks&redir_log=436418080502839> this week to strengthen laws against money laundering � a critical source of funding for terrorist organizations, drug cartels and other organized crime syndicates. The recent attack in the United Kingdom is a somber example of the threats facing our country and our allies. My bill targets the funding stream for the illicit activities of these diabolical enterprises, limiting their abilities to wreak havoc on our communities. I reintroduced a bipartisan bill <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/iqClickTrk.aspx &crop=14222.9216258.5582588.7038002&report_id=&redirect=https%3a%2f%2fww w.grassley.senate.gov%2fnews%2fnews-releases%2fgrassley-franken-seek-rel ief-family-farm-bankruptcies&redir_log=793390306787736> to correct a Supreme Court decision that made it harder for family farms to reorganize their finances when they fall on hard times. Because much of farming assets are tied up in land needed to continue operating, Congress sought to address the unique challenges family farms face during bankruptcy following the sale of assets. However, that 2012 Supreme Court ruling did not apply the law as Congress intended. My bill clarifies Congress' intent to help farming families get back on their feet after they've reorganized. I reintroduced bipartisan legislation to enable states to support foster youth <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/iqClickTrk.aspx &crop=14222.9216258.5582588.7038002&report_id=&redirect=https%3a%2f%2fou treach.senate.gov%2fiqextranet%2fiqClickTrk.aspx%3f%26cid%3dSenGrassley% 26crop%3d14549.9196728.5584178.7338375%26report_id%3d%26redirect%3dhttps %253a%252f%252fwww.grassley.senate.gov%252fnews%252fnews-releases%252fgr assley-reed-re-introduce-bill-giving-states-flexibility-federal-funds-he lp%26redir_log%3d271443258037896&redir_log=264921084322092> aging out of the system. The bill would allow states to use federal dollars for foster youth services up to age 23 and create more opportunities for those who age out of care. Many parents of children with severe epilepsy and other conditions are interested in cannabidiol, a non-THC extract of the cannabis plant, to try to ease their children's symptoms. Along with a bipartisan group of colleagues, I introduced legislation to expand research <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/iqClickTrk.aspx &crop=14222.9216258.5582588.7038002&report_id=&redirect=https%3a%2f%2fou treach.senate.gov%2fiqextranet%2fiqClickTrk.aspx%3f%26cid%3dSenGrassley% 26crop%3d14549.9196728.5584178.7338375%26report_id%3d%26redirect%3dhttps %253a%252f%252fwww.grassley.senate.gov%252fnews%252fnews-releases%252fbi ll-introduced-expand-research-medical-benefits-cannabidiol-and-marijuana %26redir_log%3d46493399785880&redir_log=356095802162073> into the medical benefits of cannabidiol. Research is necessary to give parents the answers they need. 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· Sat, May 27 · grassley

We're ready to keep fighting
Friends, The past two weeks have been a rollercoaster. We saw our endorsed candidates win in unlikely places--Larry Krasner was elected to Philadelphia District Attorney defeating a corrupt party patronage system and Christine Pellegrino won a State Assembly seat in a district that voted for Trump. While yesterday's race in Montana did not turn out the way we had hoped, our efforts made a huge difference. There is real support for our progressive agenda as we fight to change the systems of power. There will be many more races in the months to come, in red states, blue states, and those that are right on the tipping point. We need to be ready to fight for every single vote, no matter where that fight takes us, and Our Revolution will be there to help progressives win in every way that we can. This wouldn't be possible without your support. We're going to continue building this grassroots movement. Can you spare $5 to help Our Revolution organize across the country? DONATE » secure.actblue.com/donate/everyvote The most important thing that we can do right now is decide how best we can continue to build the political revolution. Real progressive values are strongly competing in important races all over our country, and we must continue to support them. The surface of what our movement is capable of has not yet even been scratched. Sustained growth and increased voter turnout isn't going to come from campaigns that parachute in three months before election day and then leave once the ballots are cast. Winning trust is hard work. It takes talking to voters about issues they care about, and solutions that they believe in. We've only just begun launching state and local groups across the country, and already Our Revolution members are creating change from the bottom up, changing the fabric of the Democratic Party and inspiring new participants to get involved in the political process. It takes time to build, but make no mistake: we're making an impact right now. We're dedicated to keep fighting for the future we all believe in. Please chip in $5 to show that you're ready to keep fighting too. DONATE » secure.actblue.com/donate/everyvote Your efforts drive this movement. Thank you for everything you do. In solidarity, Shannon Jackson Executive Director Our Revolution
· Fri, May 26 · sanders

This isn't impossible: We could flip the House
Patricia, How does taking back the House sound? I'm here to tell you: It's doable. Americans are sick and tired of Republican policies that hurt women and families. We're angry at representatives who won't stand up to Donald Trump and his harmful policies, like his budget that would strip Planned Parenthood of any and all federal funding, his health care bill that would kick millions off their insurance, or his plans to gut Medicaid. I know it seems early, and it won't be easy with districts heavily gerrymandered in favor of Republicans. But when this community works together, we can do incredible things. We can only flip the House next year if everyone pitches in. Donate $3 to unseat Republicans, elect pro-choice Democratic women, and flip the House from red to blue: secure.emilyslist.org/page/contribute/20170523_email_FlipTheHouse We need to flip 24 seats to take back the House. That's a number within our reach. For starters, Trump's approval rating has fallen to a new low of just 41%. The first midterm election of a presidency is, historically, not a great election for the party that holds the White House, and Trump's low approval ratings could sink other Republicans. On top of that, 217 House Republicans voted for Trumpcare, a bill that would take health care away from millions while giving tax breaks to the rich. But it's not just about Republicans' shortcomings: All across the country, grassroots Democrats are getting fired up, marching in the streets, connecting with their communities, and considering running for office. At EMILY's List, more than 13,000 women have told us they're interested in running. And nearly 7,000 people have told us they want to help a woman run. We're using these unprecedented numbers to encourage more women to jump into House races. And if we can grow our recruitment roster and sustain this grassroots energy, we could build a wave big enough to flip those 24 seats and turn the House blue. Now is a crucial time to build our power. Donate $3 to make sure we have the resources to elect pro-choice Democratic women and take back the House next year: secure.emilyslist.org/page/contribute/20170523_email_FlipTheHouse Thank you, Stephanie Schriock President, EMILY's List
· Fri, May 26 · clinton-hillary

This is an all hands on deck moment for our country
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As the top Democrat on the Subcommittee, I worked closely with our Chairman, Senator Rob Portman (R-Ohio), to invite officials from the U.S. Postal Service, the U.S. Department of State, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and United Parcel Service (UPS) to review the screening process for international mail shipments to stop dangerous illicit drugs from entering our country and damaging our communities. <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/Customers/Sen_Carper/Testify.jpg > Our second panel of witnesses included local law enforcement officials and medical experts, including one of Delaware's foremost experts on addiction medicine, Dr. Terry Horton, Chief of Addiction Medicine at Christiana Care Health System. These witnesses gave us first-hand perspectives of the challenges we face in fighting opioid addiction, and the strategies that have proven effective, particularly in Delaware and Ohio, and nationwide. The terrifying reality is that today's opioid crisis is arguably the worst in American history. In 2015 alone, more than 33,000 Americans suffered opioid-related deaths. Delaware has not been immune to this heartbreaking epidemic. Over the past three years, hundreds of families in Delaware have suffered the loss of loved ones to fatal overdoses, and many more have witnessed someone they love struggle with addiction and substance abuse. I'm a 23-year veteran of the U.S. Navy and Naval Reserves. In the Navy, whenever we had a crisis that required every member of the ship's immediate attention, there was an order for "all hands on deck." 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· Fri, May 26 · carper

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· Fri, May 26 · obama

Simply unacceptable.
Friends, Every day countless hard-working Americans are getting pummeled by Obamacare’s shortcomings –facing higher premiums, fewer choices, and burdensome complications.  Just look at our home state of Utah where nearly half of our counties have access to only one insurance provider. And, over the past year our premiums have jumped, on average, by more than 30 percent. 
· Fri, May 26 · hatch

Five For Friday: Warrior Open Joins Byron Nelson and Dallas Book Signing Opens Additional Tickets
[image: George W. Bush Presidential Center] Five for Friday A Weekly Digest from the Bush Center May 26, 2017 Explore More BUY ENGAGE TICKETS <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir READ THE CATALYST <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir UPCOMING EVENTS <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir Warrior Open To Partner with AT&T Byron Nelson This past Monday marked the 2017 Warrior Open <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir and a special announcement from President Bush (above with CBS Sports commentators Nick Faldo and Jim Nantz). Beginning in 2018, the Bush Center’s two-day Warrior Open golf tournament will be held immediately following the AT&T Byron Nelson. The partnership will further spotlight the service, sacrifice, and resilience of post 9-11 warriors and their families and particularly the issues they face in making a successful transition to civilian life, including employment and addressing invisible wounds. Read more <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir In Focus ENGAGE | Bush Center Hosts Sold-Out Portraits of Courage Engage Event On Monday, President Bush took the stage alongside a few of the warriors featured in his Portraits of Courage <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir collection and a panel of experts for an Engage conversation focused on his artwork and veteran transition. The sold-out event at the Bush Center brought together more than 50 members of Team 43, who stood by their paintings in the special exhibit before the event to tell visitors about their stories. Watch the conversation [image: arrow] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir Visit | MEMORIAL DAY MARKS THE START OF BLUE STAR MUSEUMS PROGRAM This summer the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum will again participate in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free admission to the Nation’s active duty military personnel, including National Guard and Reserve, and their families from Memorial Day through Labor Day 2017. Plan your visit [image: arrow] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir Exclusive Event | Attend the Dallas Portraits of Courage Book Signing Join us on Monday, June 5 for a Portraits of Courage book signing with President George W. Bush at the Bush Center in Dallas. A limited number of wristbands – required for entry – are still available for purchase online. Each wristband includes entry to the Portraits of Courage special exhibit and one signed copy of Portraits of Courage , with the opportunity to purchase one additional signed copy. Reserve your copy [image: arrow] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir WATCH | Laura Bush Foundation Making a Difference Last week, while participating in the Texas Book Festival at Thomas Tolbert Elementary in Dallas, Mrs. Laura Bush announced that more than $ 930,000 is being distributed to 160 school libraries from 38 states through 2017 library grants <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir from the Laura Bush Foundation for America’s Libraries. Check out Mrs. Bush’s interview with WFAA-TV’s Good Morning Texas , where she talks about this exciting announcement and her love of reading. Watch interview [image: arrow] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir [image: George W. Bush Presidential Center] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir 2943 SMU Boulevard, Dallas, TX 75205 T. 214-200-4300 | E. xxx [image: Twitter] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir [image: Instagram] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir [image: Facebook] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir [image: Flickr] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir [image: YouTube] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir Email Preferences <forms.bushcenter.org/page.aspx | Privacy Policy <forms.bushcenter.org/page.aspx | Give Today <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir
· Fri, May 26 · bush-george-w

Since Day One…
Unity, Last night, despite Democrats spending millions of dollars in Montana, we handed them another defeat. Thanks to supporters like you stepping up BIG LEAGUE, we were able to cut through the FAKE NEWS media’s noise and reach the people of Montana with the TRUTH about our America First agenda. Our team has been supporting and defending the President since Day One, and last night our hard work paid off. But we’re just getting started… The Democrats are going to do everything it takes (including already spending over $18 MILLION in Georgia alone) to try and get at least ONE victory under their belts. And we can’t let that happen. We need to keep our momentum STRONG and show the Democrats we’re prepared to defend President Trump in EVERY. SINGLE. RACE. CONTRIBUTE $250 to keep winning CONTRIBUTE $100 to keep winning CONTRIBUTE $75 to keep winning CONTRIBUTE $25 to keep winning CONTRIBUTE $5 to keep winning CONTRIBUTE $1 to keep winning CONTRIBUTE OTHER AMOUNT This is not the time to let up, Unity. We hope you’re with us, Special Elections Team Republican National Committee P.S - You read that right. Democrats are spending over $18,OOO,OOO to take back Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District (think Speaker Newt Gingrich & Secretary Tom Price) for the first time in over 30 years. We can’t let this happen, Unity. We need you now → please contribute here. CONTRIBUTE $100 to keep winning
· Fri, May 26 · carson-ben

Congressman Griffith's Weekly E-Newsletter 5.26.17
Remembering Fallen Heroes On the last Monday in May, our nation honors Memorial Day. We use this day to remember the brave men and women who gave their lives in defense of the Republic. What we know as Memorial Day began in the years immediately following the War Between the States. Citizens in both the North and the South would decorate the graves of the war’s dead with flowers in springtime. Towns across the country claim to be the birthplace of this practice, perhaps an illustration of the widespread human desire to honor those who sacrificed everything for others. In 1868, General John Logan, the commander of the Union veterans association Grand Army of the Republic, designated May 30 as Decoration Day. The whole country gradually adopted this day to remember all the war’s dead, although Congress moved it to the last Monday of May in 1971. After World War I, Memorial Day observances began to include the fallen from all of America’s wars.* The veterans of the War Between the States and World War I are all gone now, but we still have with us veterans of World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan, and Iraq. They served along with those fallen heroes whom we honor on Memorial Day, and they still feel those losses deeply. On this day, I remember from my years practicing law a particular client who had served in Vietnam. One day as I headed to court in Montgomery County, I called him using my old “brick” cell phone. As fate would have it, I lost the call. I called him back but he didn’t answer. Later in the day, when I was back in the office, I was at last able to contact him on my desk phone. He told me that when the phone disconnected, it made the same noise as the radio he used in Vietnam made when a unit went dead. Because of the assignment he had in Vietnam, he was often in communication with people on helicopters transporting troops. Usually, the helicopters were getting soldiers out of harm’s way. When his radio went dead, it usually meant a helicopter with his comrades in arms had gone down. When I lost the call, it reminded him of lost friends. Needless to say, I never called him using a cell phone again because it gave him flashbacks and memories of the friends he had lost in Vietnam. He was so dedicated to these fellow soldiers that he would later go back to Vietnam with the permission of that country’s government to search for some of those friends he had lost whose remains had not been recovered. The lesson I learned is to try not to be judgmental and to recognize that many have a story in their lives we cannot fully appreciate. You just never know how someone was affected by their service or how who they lost or what they saw during combat affected them. Some are lucky enough not to carry these hidden scars. Others are not so lucky. You just never know who might be carrying with them what was in the War Between the States called soldier’s heart, in the era of the World Wars shell shock, and in our era, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). So on this Memorial Day let’s honor those who died, and let’s honor those who may have lost a little piece of their well-being, whether it’s visible or not. In General Logan’s order to proclaim Decoration Day, he noted that you could find the graves of the war’s fallen soldiers “in almost every city, village, and hamlet churchyard in the land.”† Aside from graves, there are also memorials across the country and throughout the Ninth Congressional District, whether statues in town squares or plaques with names in auditoriums. It is worth taking time to visit one of these sites or to attend a ceremony marking this day. In Washington, I attended a brief ceremony in Statuary Hall of the Capitol with other Members of Congress. A prayer was offered, wreaths laid, and Taps played. Even if you are not able to visit a memorial or attend a ceremony, reflect on the sacrifices made by some for our liberty, not only by men and women willing to give their lives, but by the families and friends who see them go off to war and never return. If you have questions, concerns, or comments, feel free to contact my office. You can call my Abingdon office at 276-525-1405 or my Christiansburg office at 540-381-5671. To reach my office via email, please visit my website at www.morgangriffith.house.gov. Also on my website is the latest material from my office, including information on votes recently taken on the floor of the House of Representatives. *U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, www.va.gov/opa/speceven/memday/history.asp †U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, www.cem.va.gov/history/memdayorder.asp ### Unsubscribe: morgangriffith.house.gov/Forms/EmailSignup/
· Fri, May 26 · griffith