Republicans take aim at the Supreme Court

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Elected offices like the presidency and state legislatures aren’t the only ones up for grabs this November.

As the past few days of Trump’s convention have made crystal clear, Republicans have another goal in mind: Cementing a radical conservative majority on the nation’s highest court for decades to come.

We can’t let that happen – which is why we MUST meet our goal of 10,000 grassroots donations this week to elect state Democrats. Pitch in now to make Trump’s convention BACKFIRE on state Republicans everywhere.

Right-wing speaker after right-wing speaker has made this the centerpiece of their argument during this convention, and the stakes are simply astronomical.

Just days after November’s elections, the Supreme Court will hear yet another state GOP challenge to the Affordable Care Act. Voting rights, access to reproductive care, protections for LGBTQ Americans – all this and so much more will be endangered if Republicans get away with packing the Supreme Court and rubber-stamping GOP legislators’ extreme, unconstitutional attacks on our rights.

The stakes are too high to stay on the sidelines. Please, rush $10 right now to help meet our goal and elect state Democrats all over the country.

Thanks,
DLCC Team


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