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Review the Week: How We Shared Our Power [Dec. 11, 2020]

December 11, 2020
ICYMI: Despite a global pandemic and a year of unique pain and challenges, together, we lifted our voices, spoke up for each other and shared our power to help ALL moms and families experience racial, economic and gender justice. Check out these posts that reflected, amplified and powered up the...
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#MomsVote GOTV Power Surge for Georgia: Text to Get Out the Vote!

December 7, 2020
Our jobs as moms who care about voting and democracy is not over yet!! The Georgia Special Election is on January 5, 2021, and is incredibly important. We need your texting fingers, we really do! We’ll provide everything you need to make a big impact: A list of people to text who don’t regularly...
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Getting Out The Vote, Passing Paid Leave: Your November MOMentum

November 30, 2020
November is always a busy month, full of planning and anticipation for the holidays -- and full of gratitude and awe for what we accomplished together. We have one word for November: WOW! Well, actually two more words: THANK YOU!!! We just moved mountains together getting out the vote! The stats...
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Democracy Rising

November 23, 2020
We have an all new podcast this week! On this episode of Breaking Through we cover what’s happening with vote counts in battleground states including Pennsylvania; the powerful organizing by Black Voters Matter to get out the vote and move policy forward; the incredible impact of #LatinxVotan and...
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GEORGIA! Your UPDATED Voting Info

November 23, 2020
Runoff Dates Dec. 1 - State and local races (voter registration deadline for these state and local races was Oct. 5) Dec. 7 - Voter registration deadline so you can vote in the Jan. 5th Special Election for the two U.S. Senate seats (If you are 17 and will turn 18 before January 5, 2021, you are...
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Joe Biden and Kamala Harris High-Five

Review the Week: A High-5, Healthcare and Buncombe! [Nov. 20, 2020]

November 19, 2020
ICYMI: The MomsRising community had a lot to celebrate this week, from an historic win for women and moms in Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris, to ANOTHER municipality passing paid leave. We also remain grounded, providing guidance to keep families safe during the COVID-19 pandemic and fighting to...
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America’s Moms Have Spoken

November 7, 2020
“Moms were a powerful force in this election. Moms across the country mobilized their families, their friends, and their communities to vote, overcoming many obstacles to voting during a pandemic and resulting in historic voter turnout this year. The huge voter turnout makes our country stronger...
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Review the Week: Lifting Democracy, Counting Votes, Finding Calm [Nov. 6, 2020]

November 6, 2020
ICYMI: The energy of MomsRising volunteers this week was through the ROOF, helping to fuel historic voter turnout. With this much of our heart and souls poured into the election, many of us are, to put it mildly, a little on edge awaiting results. As always, we've got you covered. Check out these...
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Where to Go to Cure Your Ballots

November 5, 2020
We are hearing from many of you about needing more information with regards to correcting - or “curing” - your ballots so that your vote will be counted. People who voted absentee (either by mail or drop-box), should make sure their ballot was accepted and counted. If it was rejected, it could be...
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Post-Election Protest Resource Guide

November 4, 2020
Unprecedented. So much about 2020 feels unprecedented and this election is no exception. The peaceful transition of power is core to our democracy and protecting our democracy requires active participation in that democracy. That active participation takes many forms - from talking with your...
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