[HCCN] Fwd: [Sign On] Fast Track votes Thursday morning -- please mobilize

Judy_Robbins Judy at RobbinsAndRobbins.com
Wed Jun 17 19:51:49 EDT 2015


[Hi, here is a way to help. Emails tonight and calls tomorrow.
For those who don’t know, Arthur Stamoulis is formerly of Blue Hill. — JR]

> Begin forwarded message:
> 
> From: Arthur Stamoulis <arthur at citizenstrade.org>
> Subject: [Sign On] Fast Track votes Thursday morning -- please mobilize
> Date: June 17, 2015 at 7:38:00 PM EDT
> To: tradesignon at lists.citizenstrade.org
> 
> Hi everyone:
> 
> Republican leadership have found a way to force Fast Track to a vote on the House floor tomorrow (Thursday) morning.  The vote is going to be extremely close.  We need to flood offices with emails tonight and with calls tomorrow morning.  Below are two quick email blast templates to help you mobilize your supporters.  
> 
> Our time is short.  Two hours of debate is expected to start shortly after 9:00am tomorrow, with votes likely shortly after 11:00am.  Sorry not to provide more notice, but Fast Track proponents are doing their best to sneak this through extremely quickly.
> 
> We can win this, but we need your help.  Please do final check-in in calls with your U.S. Representatives tonight and tomorrow, and please activate your base.
> 
> Many thanks,
> 
> Arthur Stamoulis, Executive Director
> CITIZENS TRADE CAMPAIGN
> 
> Online: citizenstrade.org <http://www.citizenstrade.org/>
> Twitter: @citizenstrade <http://www.twitter.com/citizenstrade>
> 
> 
> TEMPLATE FOR EARLY THURSDAY MORNING — urge calls if you’re sending your alert Thursday morning
> They’re Voting Today: Tell Congress NO to Fast Track at 888-804-8311 <http://www.stopfasttrack.com/>
> Dear friend:
> Apparently, some politicians didn’t get the message after last week’s vote blocking Fast Track legislation from moving forward in the House.  This Thursday morning the House is expected to vote AGAIN on Fast Tracking trade deals like the job-killing Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
> 
> TAKE ACTION: Call your U.S. Representative at 1-888-804-8311 and urge him or her to vote NO on Fast Track. <http://www.stopfasttrack.com/>
> There’s a reason we were able to block Fast Track in the House last week: you and countless others keep telling Congress in no uncertain terms that you want “No Fast Track for the TPP!”  I have every confidence we can stop them again, but we can’t let up now.
> 
> Tell Congress enough is enough! Urge them to vote NO on Fast Track at 1-888-804-8311. <http://www.stopfasttrack.com/>
> 
> You know as well as I do that the stakes here are very high.  If passed, Fast Track would create a virtual rubber-stamp for dangerous trade agreements like the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) that threaten jobs, wages, the environment, public health and more in your community and communities throughout the world.  
> 
> Fast Track legislation really did take a major blow last week.  Winning this vote should knock Fast Track out for good.  Please call now. <http://www.stopfasttrack.com/>
> Sincerely,
> 
> YOUR NAME, ORGANIZATION
> 
> 
> TEMPLATE FOR WEDNESDAY NIGHT — most offices aren't answering phones now and don’t have voicemail, so emails are best tonight
> 
> Fast Track Vote Imminent: Please Contact Your Rep Now <http://org.salsalabs.com/dia/track.jsp?key=-1&url_num=1&url=http%3A%2F%2Forg.salsalabs.com%2Fo%2F1034%2Fp%2Fdia%2Faction3%2Fcommon%2Fpublic%2F%3Faction_KEY%3D18041>
> Dear friend:
> 
> Apparently, some politicians didn’t get the message after last week’s vote blocking Fast Track legislation from moving forward in the House.  This Thursday morning the House is expected to vote AGAIN on Fast Tracking trade deals like the job-killing Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
> 
> TAKE ACTION: Please tell Congress again now to vote NO on Fast Track. <http://org.salsalabs.com/dia/track.jsp?key=-1&url_num=2&url=http%3A%2F%2Forg.salsalabs.com%2Fo%2F1034%2Fp%2Fdia%2Faction3%2Fcommon%2Fpublic%2F%3Faction_KEY%3D18041>
> 
> There’s a reason we were able to block Fast Track in the House last week: you and countless others keep telling Congress in no uncertain terms that you want “No Fast Track for the TPP!”  I have every confidence we can stop them again, but we can’t let up now.
> 
> Tell Congress enough is enough, and to say NO to Fast Track for the TPP.   <http://org.salsalabs.com/dia/track.jsp?key=-1&url_num=3&url=http%3A%2F%2Forg.salsalabs.com%2Fo%2F1034%2Fp%2Fdia%2Faction3%2Fcommon%2Fpublic%2F%3Faction_KEY%3D18041>
> 
> You know as well as I do that the stakes here are very high.  If passed, Fast Track would create a virtual rubber-stamp for dangerous trade agreements like the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) that threaten jobs, wages, the environment, public health and more in your community and communities throughout the world.  
> 
> Fast Track legislation really did take a major blow last week.  Winning this vote should knock Fast Track out for good.  Please take action now.
>  <http://org.salsalabs.com/dia/track.jsp?key=-1&url_num=4&url=http%3A%2F%2Forg.salsalabs.com%2Fo%2F1034%2Fp%2Fdia%2Faction3%2Fcommon%2Fpublic%2F%3Faction_KEY%3D18041>
> Sincerely,
> 
> YOUR NAME, ORGANIZATION
> 
> 
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