Friday, June 30, 2017

Message from Nina Turner @ninaturner and Our Revolution @OurRevolution

Our Revolution

From Jackson, Mississippi, to Philadelphia, St. Louis, Iowa, Colorado, Delaware, Texas, Virginia, Vermont, California, Portland, San Antonio, Long Island, and South Fulton, Georgia, you have spent the first half of 2017 helping bold candidates who are trying to create a country that works for everyone.
Our Revolution is the vehicle for progressive political change and you are the drivers. The grassroots strategy that you are leading has helped hundreds of local organizing chapters make an impact in their communities, and we're only getting started.
From city council members, board of education members, and mayors to state representatives, state senators, district attorneys, and state Democratic Party chairs, you have led the way to change politics across the country at every level.
State Representatives Monica Kurth and Christine Pellegrino are bringing our progressive principles onto the floor of their state houses in Iowa and New York. Mayor Chokwe Lumumba is organizing a People's Assembly in Jackson, Mississippi, and likely Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner is going to work with the community to eradicate the institutional racism and policies of mass incarceration that have plagued the city for decades.
We have the power to win more races and rise up together. The political revolution only gets stronger from here.
In solidarity,
Nina Turner
Our Revolution
603 2ND ST, NE

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