Petition update

The "D" in "DNC" Doesn't Stand for Democracy

Open Primaries

Jan 20, 2017 — The DNC will select it's new chair on February 25. The candidates already held their first forum. What did every candidate have in common? Not a single one agreed to implement electoral reform or serious campaign finance reform.

Even after the divisive presidential primary, in which millions of Americans demanded open primaries and an end to superdelegates, the DNC still isn't listening. That's why we need to ramp up the pressure by reaching 100,000 signatures on our new petition.

In order to impact this race and make our issue part of the conversation, we need to deliver this petition to every candidate by February 1. That means we have less than two weeks to reach our goal of 100,000 signatures, organize our movement, and devise a plan to give every single DNC candidate a copy of our petition and our written demands.

Please, sign our petition and ask your family and friends to do the same: http://www.openprimaries.org/unrig-it-2020

Thanks for your support,

Jesse Shayne
Digital Director


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