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Dear MoveOn member,

People in line until after midnight in Georgia. Voters locked out of their
polling places in Louisville. 

“If your vote held no power, no one would try to silence you.”

The November elections will be some of the most critical elections of our
lifetimes. We say it so often because it’s true. And you have a powerful
role between now and November 3.

Today, MoveOn is launching Your Vote Is Power, a brand-new initiative that
will use art and culture to drive voter registrations with the goal of
turning out an unprecedented number of young voters and people of color
this November. Your Vote Is Power is a partnership of MoveOn and
Amplifier, in collaboration with emerging and leading visual artists.

In the months leading up to the November elections, MoveOn members will
work to inspire new voters to go to the polls through innovative voter
engagement tactics, art installations, distribution of posters, stickers,
postcards, and other creative tactics that create a culture of voting.

We are offering free stickers displaying one of the initial works of art
to all MoveOn members. You can get the first one right out the gate!

[ https://act.moveon.org/survey/your-vote-is-power-sticker/?t=1006&akid=269475%2E50032855%2E8NdXMX ]Become part of our Your Vote Is Power campaign by getting your free
sticker, designed by artist Thomas Wimberly, now. Just click here or on
the image below!

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Young people and people of color, along with women, immigrants, LGBTQ
people, and others, are disproportionately impacted by federal and state
policies and Supreme Court rulings. But too often, they are shut out of
the political conversation, are told that their votes don’t matter, or
face long lines, dysfunctional systems, broken machines, and changing and
arbitrarily enforced rules that prevent their votes from being cast or
counted.

The past few months have been a preview of what November could look like,
as people in states like Georgia, Kentucky, and Wisconsin were forced to
wait in long lines for hours to vote in primaries. The longest lines were
in communities of color, where, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, voters
had to choose between risking their health and exercising their right to
vote.  

But we can change this.  

By acting together, we can build a better country where everyone can
thrive.

[ https://act.moveon.org/survey/your-vote-is-power-sticker/?t=1008&akid=269475%2E50032855%2E8NdXMX ]Be part of the campaign: Click here to order your free "Your Vote Is
Power" sticker now, share this message with your family and friends, and
join us in this fight.

Thanks for all you do.

–Michael, Amy, Mary, Rahna, and the rest of the team


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