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Demand Your Representative support the Washington, D.C. Statehood Bill

UPDATE: The House is expected to vote on D.C. statehood the week of April 19! Call your Representative now and let them know you want them to support D.C. Statehood!

American democracy is built on the promise that all people should have a say in our federal government through elected representatives who can then create and execute laws on behalf of the people. However, that is not the case for the 700,000 Americans who live in the District of Columbia, who lack equal voting rights compared to their neighbors across the country. In fact, D.C. residents lack a voting representative in the House and have no representation in the Senate at all. Making D.C. the 51st state would go a long way towards making the legislative branch more representative of the country as a whole.

In addition to being a critical democracy reform, D.C. statehood is also a racial justice issue. Historically, racist politicians have prevented D.C. from becoming a state to prevent D.C.’s Black residents from building political power, from the days of the Emancipation Proclamation to the present. D.C. has long been a majority Black city, and the current population is still made up by a majority of Black people and people of color. If D.C. is granted statehood, it will be the only state in the nation to have a plurality of Black residents.

The District’s lone representative in Congress, Eleanor Holmes Norton (who has no vote on the House floor), has already introduced her D.C. statehood bill in the 117th Congress with a record number of original co-sponsors. If Democrats care about fixing our democracy and ensuring racial justice for all, then they must support statehood for D.C.

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Hello, my name is [YOUR NAME] and I am from [CITY/STATE]. I’m calling Rep. [REPRESENTATIVE NAME] to urge them to support the D.C. statehood bill. D.C. residents deserve control over their own city and budget, and to have two Senators and a voting-member in the House to represent them in Congress. Will [REPRESENTATIVE NAME] support the D.C. statehood bill?​ Our democracy depends on it.

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