• on August 5, 2019

Take Action: Tell Mitch McConnell to Protect our Elections

The Mueller Report, Mueller’s testimony before Congress, the intelligence community, and the Senate’s own report have come to the same conclusion: Our elections are vulnerable and the Russian government, along with other adversaries, is working to interfere in our democracy again in 2020.

Former Special Counsel Mueller was asked, point blank, if the Kremlin’s interference was a one time occurrence, his response? “It wasn’t a single attempt, they’re doing it as we sit here, and they expect to do it during the next campaign.”

And yet, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell continues to block election security bills from reaching the Senate Floor, we can’t let that stand.

Call McConnell’s office: (202) 224-2541, and demand that he allow a vote on election security bills:

Hi, this is [your name], I’m calling because I am concerned about election interference. I know there are multiple bills in the Senate right now that seek to address election security and I am urging Senator McConnell to allow these bills to go to the Senate Floor.

Russia and other foreign adversaries continue to attack our elections and Leader McConnell is enabling these attacks on our democracy.

Americans deserve elections free from foreign interference and Leader McConnell has a responsibility to restore public confidence in our election results.

I would like to request a formal response from Senator McConnell’s office on this topic and can give you my information whenever you’re ready.

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