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Donate to HIAS in Memory of the Tree of Life Synagogue Hate Murders

By Kitchen Table Staff / October 27, 2018

“The Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS) has been reported as a source of the anti-Semitic rage of the man allegedly responsible for killing 11 people at a Pittsburgh synagogue. The organization was an expression of the achievement of American Jewry. There has been only a small trickle of Jewish immigrants to aid since the exodus […]

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Donate Now – Get Voters Involved in the Closest Races!

By Kitchen Table Staff / October 24, 2018

Help These Close Races! FiveThirtyEight.com tells us that these are the 3 closest races in the upcoming election.  You can donate to the candidates, donate to a texting get-out-the-vote push targeting the races, or you can sign up to do some texting yourself! Amy McGarth (KY-6) (Lieutenant Colonel , US Marine Force, Ret.) : within […]

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Please Start Now, Helping Flip State Legislatures

By Kitchen Table Staff / October 15, 2018

With thank you to 5 Calls, for the great ideas… As we get closer to the election, don’t let yourself get overwhelmed.  Focus by selecting one race in your area, joining their campaign, and helping them.  The most effective things to do are: send postcards, canvass for a candidate, and phone bank. To select a […]

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Register People to Vote at Concerts, Music Festivals, and Events!

By Kitchen Table Staff / October 2, 2018

Join HeadCount and register your friends!  You can also register people to vote at concerts, music festivals, and events.  Sign up here. HeadCount has a network of over 20,000 volunteers and has registered over a half million voters since 2004. They run street teams and social action villages.  Board of directors includes Bob Weir of the […]

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Help People Get ID’s to Vote!

By Kitchen Table Staff / September 27, 2018

We’re seeing more voter suppression than ever.  One effective voter suppression technique is requiring hard-to-get ID’s before people are allowed to vote. Fight voter suppression.  SpreadTheVote helps people get voter IDs.  Click to donate, volunteer, or get an ID. Does your state require a photo ID to vote? See it here.  Find out what ID you need […]

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Fund Chuck Grassley’s Future Opponent Right Here!

By Kitchen Table Staff / September 27, 2018

Constituents of Senator Collins, upset that she isn’t representing Mainers wishes, started a fund collecting money for her future opponent, if she votes to confirm Kavanaugh. Now they’ve done the same for Chuck Grassley. Grassley has over a million dollars worth of donations from lobbyists.  Voters are encouraged to donate to Grassley’s future Democratic opponent. […]

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Track and Respond to Bills in Your State!

By Kitchen Table Staff / September 27, 2018

Many states are passing legislation that can restrict voters’ rights and cause other damage.  Demand the Vote has partnered with Bill50 to let you sign up and track what is going on in your state, so that you can help respond and get your input to legislators. See what bills are pending in your state […]

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Senator Collins voted for Kavanaugh. Donate to Unseat Her.

By Kitchen Table Staff / September 19, 2018

Senator Collin’s Maine constituents started a campaign where people could donate money to get Senator Collins defeated if she doesn’t vote against Kavanaugh.  If you want to donate, here is the website. Donations are now over 3 million dollars.  Collin’s consituents are angry that the Senator, an avowed pro-choice Republican, might not vote against the Kavanaugh […]

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Commit to Vote in November – And Bring 3 Friends Along!

By Kitchen Table Staff / September 19, 2018

Committing to something has value.  Iwillvote.com lets you commit to vote, check if you’re registered (or register), and then the site follows up with you. Please try to find three friends to forward this to.  It’s nice to do things together!  See you on voting day! Our peacock picture is because really, we’re tired of […]

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Register to Vote – Know Your State’s Deadline

By Kitchen Table Staff / September 19, 2018

Jump in and  make a change!  Make sure that you’re registered to vote. What is your state’s voter registration deadline? Once you know your deadline, you can register to vote at Vote.gov Vote.org is a website that gives you lots of help signing up, and even lets you sign up for election reminders and absentee ballots. […]

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