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  • donated via 2021-07-14 09:03:50 -0400

    Make "Good Trouble"

    and Save Our Democracy!

    A fundraiser in celebration of the life and work of the late Georgia Congressman and Civil Rights leader, John R. Lewis.

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    Democrats Abroad is commemorating Congressman John Lewis with two online screenings of the documentary "John Lewis - Get in the Way" on July 11, various actions days after Congress resumes legislative business, and a Forum on July 17, the one-year anniversary of his passing.

    Often described as the conscience of the Congress, John Lewis was a friend to Democrats Abroad. To raise funds for DA’s GOTV efforts, we ask everyone—whether you attend or not—to donate $19.65—or for those who wish to be a Gold Star Supporter, $80 representing the 80 years of John Lewis’ extraordinary, courageous life.

    Please join Democrats Abroad to honor the memory of John Lewis and carry forward the flame of his dedication to voting rights for all.

     

    Donations are made to Democrats Abroad and not to any candidate or candidate's committee.  Donations to Democrats Abroad (Democratic Party Committee Abroad) can only be made by American citizens and lawful Permanent Residents.  Donations to Democrats Abroad are not tax-deductible for Federal income tax purposes.

     

     

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  • donated via 2021-05-25 08:23:45 -0400

    Join DNC Chair Jaime Harrison in Supporting Democrats Abroad

    The Democratic National Committee is committed to supporting Democrats Abroad in Getting Out the Vote in upcoming elections. Help us get ready for 2022 by making a special $20.22 donation today - or more.  $2,022 donors will get a special treat.

    Show your appreciation for the outgoing International Executive Committee and the work they have done in helping to elect Joe Biden and Kamala Harris - and taking back the Senate in 2022.  And give the incoming ExCom a head start by making a donation today.

     

     

    Donations are made to Democrats Abroad and not to any candidate or candidate's committee. Donations to Democrats Abroad (Democratic Party Committee Abroad) can only be made by American citizens and lawful Permanent Residents. Donations to Democrats Abroad are not tax-deductible for Federal income tax purposes.
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  • donated via 2021-05-08 14:52:34 -0400

    2021 Global Annual Meeting

    Democrats Abroad Global Meetings are only possible thanks to participant donations. Our meetings are not sponsored by donations from corporations, PACs, other organizations within the Democratic party, etc. Suggested Donation for participating in our 2021 virtual global meeting is only $46 USD.

    Got extra cash from your travel savings by attending this year's meeting "virtually"? – Use some of those savings to add to your donation and Click on the box with the amount you wish to donate or enter a different amount under "Other $" –  and hit that donate button.

    Thank YOU for your generous support!!!

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    Donations are made to Democrats Abroad (Democratic Party Committee Abroad) and not to any candidate for Federal Office.

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  • donated via 2021-05-08 12:05:41 -0400

    Democrats Abroad Travel Fund

    In order to allow as many Democrats Abroad leaders and members to attend future in-person Global Meetings regardless of economic circumstances, we have established a Travel Fund which currently provides stipends to up to four DA members to defray their travel costs.

    For those of you who are in a position to help support a fellow Democrat Abroad, please consider making a donation to our Democrats Abroad Travel Fund to help keep these meetings accessible, diverse and inclusive.

    Got an extra $25? – Or even $10, or $270 if you’re so inclined –  hit that donate button.

    Thank YOU for your generous support!!!

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  • donated via 2021-04-08 10:30:43 -0400

    $8,117.96 raised
    GOAL: $8,500.00

    Fundraiser for Legislative Advocacy

    Help Reinstate New Jersey Law for Overseas Voters to Vote in State Elections

    🚨 Attention New Jersey Voters 🚨

    DONATE NOW to help us reach and mobilize New Jersey Democrats Abroad!

    New Jersey currently does not allow all overseas voters to vote in state elections, even though overseas voters could vote in state elections before Chris Christie pushed through a change in the law in 2017.

    Assemblywoman Joann Downey has introduced a bill, NJ A5306, to change the law back--and with your donation you can help get it passed!

    If you're from New Jersey, you can also directly help pass the bill for this campaign as a constituent. Contact your State Senator and urge them to co-sponsor NJ S3761, which restores voting rights for NJ Overseas Voters. You can find contact info and a call script here!

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    Your generosity makes sure we can keep working to make legislative change and help get out the vote for states that have elections this year!

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  • How is NOT acknowledging and protecting womens' equality still a thing?

    I was born to a working mom in 1957, and she raised me to believe I could do anything. When I applied (age 15, fully qualified ) to a traditionally all-male Ivy League university, the ancient alumnus interviewer had no interest in learning about me, only in telling me how inappropriate I was and how much of a burden "protecting me" from my older male classmates would be for the institution in loco parentis, and the possible legal exposure. They admitted half a dozen young men my age or younger to that class. I went to Bryn Mawr instead, with plenty of honors. My Ivy League law school? Two different professors let me know I was taking up space and wasting training that a man with a family to support needed, as I was a mere dabbler who would likely quit as soon as she married and had babies. First non-student job with the Federal government, Carter administration? One of 23 attorneys in the office, 4 of us female and under 30, carrying the same workload as Mad Men-era male colleagues, at least with the same pay, but not with the same mentoring and opportunity for professional advancement. Etcetera. Fast forward 40 years, skipping over dozens of other experiences with institutionalized sex discrimination, and I still believe I can do anything. Include VOTE and PAY TAXES. Why doesn't my country acknowledge me and accord me equal status in all things? Canada/Pennsylvania


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