Republican senate majority leader Mitch McConnell have failed to pass the next COVID-19 relief package and fast tracking the SCOTUS nominee procedural process. With less than 30 days before the election’s Sen. McConnell needs to continue to hear how people’s livelihoods and basic needs are dwindling as we contend with this deadly virus and steadily declining economy.
Tell your US Senators you demand that our voices be heard, and our votes will be counted. Republican senate majority leader is fast-tracking their SCOTUS nominee Amy Coney Barrett before the American people can make their voices heard. Everything is on the line with a life-time appointment that will undercut women's rights, healthcare and civil liberties.
Everything is at stake in this election. Idahoans are suffering, our country is in chaos, our families, our military and our rights under constant attack. In this election we have a chance to recommit to our democracy and restore balance to our nation and our lives. Will you vote to keep our democracy by casting your vote for Joe Biden for President?
PAULETTE JORDAN FOR US SENATE
Paulette Jordan, a proud member of the Coure D'Alene tribe, was born and raised on a farm in northern Idaho. She has fought for her communities at the grassroots level throughout her life, and, in 2014, unseated an incumbent Republican when she won her race for Idaho House of Representatives. In Congress, she will deliver on improvements to rural schools, access to healthcare, and economic opportunity in Idaho.
Idahoans are suffering, our country is in chaos, our families, our military and our rights under constant attack. In this election we have a chance to restore balance to our nation and our lives by changing our representation in the US Senate. Can we count on you give Idaho the leadership we deserve by voting for Paulette Jordan?
WASHINGTON, D.C.–People’s Action today endorsed Paulette Jordan in her bid to represent Idaho in the U.S. Senate. Jordan is running a movement politics, people-powered campaign and will continue to fight for the People’s Action People’s Platform after reelection. United Action for Idaho, a People’s Action member organization, also endorsed her.
“We need champions like Paulette Jordan who know what it’s like to be part of the multiracial working class and will fight for a government that works for us all,” People’s Action Director of Movement Politics Ryan Greenwood said. “Idahoans deserve someone who will stand up to the corporations and the wealthy, and People’s Action is proud to endorse the only candidate daring enough to do so.”
“Career politicians who are beholden to special interests and partisan politics have eroded our voices for decades. They say they are from Idaho, but they don’t know Idaho,” United Action for Idaho Executive Director Adrienne Evans said. “When Paulette Jordan is elected to the U.S. Senate this November, Idahoans will finally have the representation we deserve. She is of, by and for the people and she will champion our interests and that of our nation to ensure that we have a voice and a brighter future.”
Calling for the Immediate Resignations of Idaho's Lieutenant Governor, Janice McGeachin, Representative Heather Scott, and Rep. Pricilla Giddings.
We are Idahoans coming together to demand the government we deserve. The government we deserve cannot exist with White Nationalists, and white supremacists in position of power to make and govern on our behalf.
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