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Hi <<First Name>>,

COVID-19 is spiking almost everywhere across the country, and our government is doing next to nothing to help us. It has been said before, and I'll say it again--please consider canceling holiday get-togethers for the sake of your health and the health of those around you. This is the worst this pandemic has ever been in our country and this is the worst time to take avoidable risks.

Besides, we have worked so hard for so long to remove President Trump from office. Don't contract a deadly illness in the weeks before he's out the door!

Speaking of heading toward the exits, Trump's failure to concede the election and spinning of wild election conspiracy theories has many of us rightfully concerned. Thankfully, the Trump team arguments have gone absolutely nowhere in the courts. There are other concerns about Republican state legislatures appointing a slate of pro-Trump electors. The problem with that is, in most states, the legislature has no legal mechanism to overrule the will of the people. Without these options, Trump has no legitimate way to claim a second term.

But even though Joe Biden is on track for being inaugurated on Jan. 20, that doesn't mean Democrats should be quiet. Just the opposite. Democrats should be raising the volume about the damage the GOP is doing to the country by going along with Trump. We'll be calling about this tomorrow.

Do you know the best way to start remedying the awfulness of the Trump years? Flipping the Senate. We still have a chance to win in Georgia in the Jan. 5 runoff election. If you want to get involved or donate, check out these links: We will have more actions as we move forward. Until then, all best,

Chris Pickett
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  • Tuesday, Nov. 17: Deadline to apply to be part of the Montgomery County redistricting commission. Details here.
  • Friday, Nov. 20: Montgomery County Councilmember Will Jawando will discuss the future of policing in the county. RSVP here.
  • Sunday, Nov. 22: The Climate Mobilization MoCo is hosting a discussion with Rep. Jamie Raskin and others on the expectations for state and federal action on climate issues in 2021. Register here.
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  • Tuesday, Jan. 5: Georgia runoff Senate election.
  • Wednesday, Jan. 20: At noon, Joe Biden will be inaugurated as the 46th President of the United States.
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