Cosponsor H.R. 92, the Vote by Mail Act to Expand Mail-In Voting, Automatic Registration

The individual right to vote, the cornerstone of our democracy, is under threat in communities across America. According to the Brennan Center for Justice, by November 8, 2016, 14
states had new restrictions on voting in place for the first time in a presidential election. Voting restrictions like these have historically targeted minority and low-income voters. This disturbing trend in state action has mirrored the weakening of
campaign finance restrictions and voting rights laws by the U.S. Supreme Court in recent years. Even as we witness a growing civic engagement, legal and political barriers rise to unjustly diminish individual voices.

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Sign the Annual Medicare Advantage Support Letter

We are writing to ask you to join us in signing a bipartisan letter urging the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to preserve and strengthen the Medicare Advantage (MA) program and the high quality health plan choices it provides to millions
of seniors and individuals with disabilities. The deadline for signing this letter is January 25, 2019.

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Cosponsor H.R. 92, the Vote by Mail Act to Expand Mail-In Voting, Automatic Registration

The individual right to vote, the cornerstone of our democracy, is under threat in communities across America. According to the Brennan Center for Justice, by November 8, 2016,
14 states had new restrictions on voting in place for the first time in a presidential election. Voting restrictions like these have historically targeted minority and low-income
voters. This disturbing trend in state action has mirrored the weakening of campaign finance restrictions and voting rights laws by the U.S. Supreme Court in recent years. Even as we witness a growing civic engagement, legal and political barriers rise to
unjustly diminish individual voices.

Read More

Cosponsor H.R. 92, the Vote by Mail Act to Expand Mail-In Voting, Automatic Registration

The individual right to vote, the cornerstone of our democracy, is under threat in communities across America. According to the Brennan Center for Justice, by November 8, 2016,
14 states had new restrictions on voting in place for the first time in a presidential election. Voting restrictions like these have historically targeted minority and low-income
voters. This disturbing trend in state action has mirrored the weakening of campaign finance restrictions and voting rights laws by the U.S. Supreme Court in recent years. Even as we witness a growing civic engagement, legal and political barriers rise to
unjustly diminish individual voices.

Read More