Rogan’s List – October 26, 2023

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October 26, 2023

Election-denier Speaker chosen, another mass shooting, texting to increase voter turnout, and more!


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  • HELP TURN ARIZONA FROM PURPLE TO BLUEFrom a reader:  Arizona is still purple, but with your help, it could become blue. In 2022, Democrats won the Arizona Attorney General’s race by 280 votes out of 2.5 million ballots cast. Governor Hobbs won by only 0.56%. Arizona is also home to the fastest growing swing state legislative district (AZ 15) in America where a small handful of local Democrats decided to organize for the first time. They put together a team and began recruiting volunteers and organizing local events, which has been very successful. However, the district has more than 23,000 unregistered households, and about 2,000 new home build permits are being issued per week in the district. They need to build capacity very quickly to get thousands of new blue-leaning voters registered in time for 2024. No matter where we live, we can sign up for D15’s Dem2Dem program to help them contact local Democrats who are targeted as likely volunteers to build their capacity to register these much-needed blue-leaning voters. Let’s learn more and sign up here wherever we live! 
  • RAISE ASSET/SAVINGS LIMITS FOR SSI PROGRAM RECIPIENTSS2767/HR 5408, The SSI Savings Penalty Elimination Act is a bipartisan bill that would increase the assets a person on SSI disability could have in savings from $2000 to $10,000 for an individual and from $3,000 to $20,000 for a couple (eliminating the marriage penalty). The asset limits have not been updated since the 1980s and increasing them is not only necessary to address inflation, it would encourage more people to participate in the labor force to the extent they are able and be able to save money for housing. Let’s tell our MoCs we want them to pay attention to this bill and bring it to the floor for a vote.

  • LOCAL GOVERNMENT MATTERS!We’re often inundated with media coverage of national elections, and maybe we get some news about big state elections, like those for governor. But local elections matter—a lot! Let’s learn why it’s important to pay attention to elections for school board, sheriff, prosecutor, city council, mayor, and other local offices, and let’s test our knowledge by taking this fun, informative quiz.


We all know there are widespread nefarious guardianship practices going on all over the country.  On Wednesday, the Michigan House approved several bills, with bipartisan support, to address these issues in the state.  House bills 4909-4912 institute long-awaited reforms to Michigan’s guardianship statutes, as well as HB 5047 which would create the Office of State Guardian.   The bill, HB 4909HB 4910HB 4911HB 4912, and HB 5047 now move on to the Senate.  Let’s reach out to our senators and ask them to vote for these bills to protect some of our most vulnerable citizens. 

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