David Garcia: It’s a tremendous privilege to have Bernie’s endorsement for Governor of Arizona! We share a vision for all people – not just those at the top. We know college is out of reach for far too many & no one has been fighting harder for working families & w/ more integrity than Bernie.

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David Garcia: It’s a tremendous privilege to have Bernie's endorsement for Governor of Arizona! We share a vision for all people - not just those at the top. We know college is out of reach for far too many & no one has been fighting harder for working families & w/ more integrity than Bernie. submitted by /u/Chartis
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Furious about Kavanaugh? Don’t just sit there. We need your power. The truth is, there’s a LOT you can do.

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We may only have days until the final vote, and your voice is needed now. Vote will be Friday. Then 30 hours of debate & final confirmation vote as soon as Saturday night. Time is short.

  1. Call your senators to say no to Kavanaugh—but don't just call the switchboard (202-224-3121). And don't give up if the line is busy or voicemail box is full. Senators have lots of offices. Find them all at http://contactingcongress.org. Here's Susan Collins.

    Senators employ staff assistants to answer the phone, check if callers are real constituents, then tally their positions. Most offices circulate the call tallies to entire staff + senator every day. Your calls are counted. They count.

  2. DM @resistbot or go to https://resist.bot or text "resist" to 50409. It'll help you write a message & send it as a fax or letter.

  3. Stop by your senator's offices in person. This is the week to do it. Grab a friend or ten. Find local addresses at http://contactingcongress.org. Staff are friendly! Make a plan & go!

  4. COME TO DC. The atrium of the Hart Senate Office Building in DC has been renamed the People's Atrium. It's where folks are gathering. Bird-dogging trainings are happening daily at 8:30am, noon, and 4pm. On Tuesday, bird-doggers spoke to more than 60 senators. Come help reach them all. Follow @mcbyrne for realtime updates.

  5. If you're in DC, bring some food and coffee to the folks in the People's Atrium. And each day at 10am and 5:30pm, head out with the folks from your state to visit your home-state senators' offices to register your feelings about Kavanaugh with a drop-by.

  6. This THURSDAY in DC, folks gather at 12:30pm at Kavanaugh's current courthouse, 333 Constitution Ave NW, and then at 12:30, @womensmarch is leading a march to the court he wants to join—followed by rally at SCOTUS. This will be big. @lsarsour will keep you posted; follow her.

    Thursday is also a national youth and student day of action, with organizing led by @PPGenAction and @genprogress. Youth & students will march to Senate buildings to visit key offices. Follow them for more info.

  7. The fund for Susan Collins's 2020 Democratic Senate opponent—whoever that might be—is up to ~$ 1.8m in pledges from over 63,000 people. To be collected ONLY IF Collins votes yes on Kavanaugh. Give to it here. And spread the word.

  8. Maine is so important. Other important states: Alaska, West Virginia, Arizona, and let's throw in Nevada because Dean Heller should be held accountable. Call your friends & relatives in these states, and ask them to speak up.

  9. If you know of other ways to help, please reply to this thread. [<–source of post]

  10. Don't just scroll through. Show up. Fight back. The time, folks, is now. You have power. If all of us wield that power, we have a chance to win a fight with impossibly vast stakes.

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