Collect signatures asking Republicans on Beacon Hill to denouce MassGOP propaganda ads.

Collect signatures asking Republicans on Beacon Hill to denouce MassGOP propaganda ads.

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Bambi Snodgrass started this petition to Bruce.Tarr@masenate.gov

We collected over 300 signatures to deliver to Gov. Baker, Sen. Tarr & Rep. Jones asking them to denounce the LIES about the ROE Act by the MassGOP.Below is the letter we submitted...the Senator is requesting addresses of the folks who signed. Hoping you will consider re-signing! And Thank you.

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We are writing regarding the disturbing and dangerous propaganda being distributed by the MassGOP, using inflammatory and hateful language, like 'infanticide'. At the Tewksbury Town Meeting, the group distributed a leaflet falsely accusing Rep. Nguyen, and others, of supporting ‘infanticide’. It included an image of a baby wrapped in a blanket waiting to be killed. As you know, the ROE Act is not about infanticide. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Because of your position as the Governor of Massachusetts, we ask that you make a public statement denouncing the ad campaign, correcting the record about what the ROE Act would do. By making a statement I think you will accomplish two things:
1. show your solidarity in raising your voice in support of your colleagues; and
2. let the people of the Commonwealth know that elected Republican leaders on Beacon Hill do not support the use of propaganda nor the propagation of hate for any reason.
And finally, we believe that no elected official should be targeted by a smear campaign because of their position on a specific piece of legislation. We believe in civil, fact-based and informed discussion about the pros/cons of an issue, without resorting to lies and propaganda. Please stand up for your colleagues and for truth. Please stand against the hate.

Thank you.

 

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