Fwd: Rights for All in Sedgwick




This is a really good tool:



Before the debates start in June, candidates are the most accessible to you and me, and we need to take this opportunity to show every presidential candidate that we’ll hold them accountable on civil rights and liberties issues.

We can raise the volume on civil rights and liberties issues like criminal justice reform and immigrants’ rights by engaging candidates directly on social media.




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From: “Phil Aroneanu, ACLU People Power” <info@list.peoplepower.org>


People Power | ACLU


Judith,


ACLU volunteers have been getting presidential candidates on the record at in-person events –– and it’s made a huge impact on the public conversation about key civil rights and liberties issues like voting rights.

Most of these face-to-face engagements have happened in early primary states like Iowa and Nevada, but these states aren’t the only places where we can get candidates on the record.

That’s where you come in, Judith. We created a tool that lets you submit a question to any presidential candidate on Twitter, one of the places where their campaigns are most active.

Use our Ask a Candidate tool to submit a question to a presidential candidate on Twitter. If you’re not sure what to ask, we’ll suggest a question for you.

Ask a question »

Before the debates start in June, candidates are the most accessible to you and me, and we need to take this opportunity to show every presidential candidate that we’ll hold them accountable on civil rights and liberties issues.

We can raise the volume on civil rights and liberties issues like criminal justice reform and immigrants’ rights by engaging candidates directly on social media.

Send a question to a candidate right now to flood Twitter with #RightsforAll and make candidates pay attention.

Using our tool, you can choose an issue from our Rights for All platform, then write your own question. Or, if you’re feeling stumped on what to ask, we’ll suggest questions for you to ask candidates online. 

We’ll also tally up the questions you and other ACLU supporters submit, and make sure presidential candidates crisscrossing the country hear them in person.

If as many of us as possible engage with candidates, face-to-face and online, we can make sure civil rights and liberties stay front and center in this race.

For our rights,


Phil Aroneanu
ACLU People Power

 


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