Recounts Imminent

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Tuesday’s elections saw a historically diverse slate of state legislators elected across the nation, dozens of seats flipped from red to blue, and important Democratic gains in states like Georgia, Wisconsin and beyond.

But this year’s fights aren’t over yet.

At least a dozen critical races are now facing potential recounts, including in major battleground states like Pennsylvania and Minnesota. One of the closest races in the country was separated by just one single vote on Election Night, and others show margins of just a few dozen votes each!

Already, Republicans are responding to these likely recounts by filing lawsuits to block thousands of validly-cast ballots from being counted – and we need to move NOW to stop these ugly tactics from stealing these close races for the GOP.

At a moment when every single second counts, we need to make sure that every single ballot counts, too.

We hate to ask so soon after Tuesday’s elections. But recounts like these could determine whether state Democrats have the votes to expand health care, protect voting rights, and more.

Recounts are happening across the country

These impending recounts are too important to sit out – especially with so much at stake. After everything we put into Tuesday’s elections, we can’t let hard-fought victories like these slip away.

Thanks,
DLCC Team


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