And that’s not all.
Help get the vote out.
Have a plan to vote, and encourage others to do so, especially in states where voter suppression laws have been passed.
Donate to a political campaign of a candidate in a tight race. There are several to choose from. In the past, candidates who are in races against awful electeds receive a lot of donations because who they are running against, even though they have little chance of winning. There are many gerry-mandered districts with little hope of a Democrat or Independent winning. I suggest focusing donations to cnadidates who are in a close race, races considered “toss ups”.
Speak out for women, the environment, racism, LGBTQ communities, people living in poverty.
Speak out against corruption, hate, bigotry, racists, tax relief for the mega-rich, and politicians who do nothing for their constituents, who only get rich and coddle their self-absorption.
We have to share our outrage.
There is a chance to keep the House and grow numbers in the Senate. There is a chance for Democrats to win seats in governorships and state legislatures, enough for the legislature to flip.
We must take this opportunity to further protect our mothers, sisters, girlfirends, aunts, sisters and co-workers. The other side is clear in what they want to do to women, it’s a power thing for them. Voters are the only thing in their way.
Thank you for reading!