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SPEAK UP FOR FAIR MAPS
The time has run out for better rules for the 2021 redistricting. That means that it is more important than ever to shine the brightest light possible on the map making process.
A Southeast Regional Hearing will be held on October 19, 1-5pm at the Spinnerstown Hotel (2195 Spinnerstown Rd, Quakertown). This hearing will provide the opportunity for individuals to either sign up to testify in person or to submit testimony about the redrawing of the 17 NEW Congressional Districts.
REGISTER TO VOTE
Register to vote online at votespa.com
Register to vote at the League’s registration event on September 12, noon-5pm at the Rally in the Valley (ArtsQuest, 101 Founders Way, Bethlehem).
CALL YOUR SENATORS AND ASK THEM TO SUPPORT THE FOR THE PEOPLE ACT
On July 17, 2020, we lost the Honorable John Lewis, a deeply respected and beloved congressman, freedom fighter, and member of our progressive community.
A year without this formidable and fearless leader has made us fight even more fiercely to protect the freedom to vote and remove deliberate barriers to voting.
We invite you to honor his legacy with us today – call your senators at 888-453-3211 and urge them to do the right thing and pass the For the People Act.