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Demand West Virginia’s Senators Protect our Democracy

Throughout our history, West Virginians have always respected and protected American democracy. Now, as our democracy is again under attack, we must continue that legacy and make sure our democracy remains strong for future generations. That’s why we’re asking Senators Moore-Capito and Manchin to pass S. 1, the For the People Act, and S. 51, the D.C. Statehood bill, without cutting anything out, and not let the filibuster get in the way.

Protecting our democracy is critical as state legislatures look to avoid federal laws and pass voter suppression laws across the country. In West Virginia, we’ve seen how expanding voter access through mail-in ballots led to a record-breaking turnout in 2020. S.1, the For the People Act, would make mail-in ballots and voting more accessible, while also fighting partisan gerrymandering, money in politics, and government corruption. Our government answers to the rich and powerful, but S.1 would make our government more representative to the people -- the way it is intended.

D.C. statehood may not seem like a pressing issue, but it has huge racial justice and democracy consequences. D.C. has over 700,000 residents, the majority of whom are Black and brown, who do not have full political representation as American citizens. Because D.C. is not a state, D.C. residents do not have voting representation in the House and Senate. As West Virginians, we know how important having passionate Congresspeople who will fight for their district is. D.C.’s residents are our neighbors -- they’re firefighters, nurses, veterans, teachers, and more -- and they deserve the same rights and representation given to all Americans.

Finally, West Virginians need Congress to enact bold, structural reforms that address the many issues facing the state. Without a working democracy where everyone is included and represented, we can’t achieve any of our other progressive goals. All the issues we care about deeply, including Medicare For All and a just transition away from fossil fuels, cannot be addressed until we have a democracy that listens to the people, not the powerful and wealthy.

For all these reasons, we’re calling on Senators Moore-Capito and Manchin to co-sponsor and vote YES on S.1, the For the People Act, and S.51, the Washington, D.C. Admission Act, and not let the filibuster get in the way of passage.

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Demand West Virginia’s Senators Stand Up for Democracy

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Hello, my name is [YOUR NAME] and I am from [CITY/STATE]. I’m calling Sen. [SENATOR NAME] to thank them for their commitment to represent West Virginia and strengthen our democracy. Because of that commitment, I also urge them to quickly move on passing structural democracy reform bills: S. 1, the For the People Act, and S. 51, the DC statehood bill. We must pass these necessary bills without letting the filibuster get in the way of passage. I believe in the power of American democracy and hope [SENATOR NAME] will continue fighting to protect it.

Demand West Virginia’s Senators Stand Up for Democracy

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Hello, my name is [YOUR NAME] and I am from [CITY/STATE]. I’m calling Sen. [SENATOR NAME] to thank them for their commitment to represent West Virginia and strengthen our democracy. Because of that commitment, I also urge them to quickly move on passing structural democracy reform bills: S. 1, the For the People Act, and S. 51, the DC statehood bill. We must pass these critical bills without letting the filibuster get in the way of passage.

West Virginians know the power of a strong democracy. The For the People Act would make voting easier and more accessible, reduce money in politics, prevent government corruption and ensure regular people are represented in our government. The DC statehood bill would undo historic wrongs by giving DC’s 700,000 residents voting representation in the House and Senate. American democracy has a long history of ensuring equal representation and expanding our democracy as we grow.

We must prioritize democracy reform to ensure our government can continue functioning to represent every West Virginian and every American. Thank you [SENATOR NAME] again for all you’ve done for West Virginians and our democracy. Please vote YES on S. 1 and S. 51 without letting the filibuster get in the way. West Virginia is counting on it.

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