Help Combat Voter Suppression In Mississippi Senate Run Off Next Tues.

Nov 20, 2018

Photo Credit:  Rogelio V. Solis/AP Photo

In solidarity with equal rights for all,  Mike Fox for Alan, Mike H., Janis, Deb, Kimberly, Bryan, Shayna, Dan, and Dr. Bill — your PDA National Team

Lynchings Aren’t A Laughing Matter. 
Neither Is Voter Suppression.

OK, you probably already heard about Cindy Hyde-Smith’s unconscionable joking about attending a “public hanging” in a race for US Senate in MS against her African American opponent, former congress member Mike Espy.

Now she’s on the record in a video saying that it should be tougher for liberals to vote.

Needless to say, this person doesn’t deserve to be a US Senator. 

Join our nation wide phone bank doing outreach to people of color in Mississippi to insure that Cindy Hyde-Smith does not return to the US Senate in 2019.  Easy calls from home, on your schedule.  Election is Nov. 28th (next Tuesday), and early voting is going on right now.

Can’t make calls?  Then please toss in what you can to help us combat racist Trump Regime cronies like Hyde-Smith.

Thanks so much for anything you can do.

In solidarity with equal rights for all,

Mike Fox for Alan, Mike H., Janis, Deb, Kimberly, Bryan, Shayna, Dan, and Dr. Bill — your PDA National Team

PS:  If you still aren’t convinced to help defeat Hyde-Smith, see this CNN clip featuring a passionate Nina Turner,   and/or this report on her vision of voter suppression. Then please pile on!



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