On this 57th anniversary of, let’s remember John Lewis and his fellow marchers not by words alone, but by re-dedicating ourselves to the cause for which they were beaten bloody. We must not rest until we enact the & the .
Today marks the anniversary of Bloody Sunday. As we honor the sacrifices made by civil rights leaders and activists that day in Selma, let’s also acknowledge that the march goes on. We must continue the work of expanding voting rights by passing the.
As Congressman Lewis reminded us, Our struggle is not the struggle of a day, a week, a month, or a year—it is the struggle of a lifetime.
The work continues.
We were fortunate to have 80 years ofwith Congressman Lewis. Today would have been his 82nd Birthday. Let’s commit ourselves to continuing his legacy and finding a way to get in the way.
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Thewould ensure that and other people of color are protected against voter discrimination, intimidation, and more. 💯
I hear you loud and clear Congressman Lewis. The fight for voting rights continues.
“Our struggle is not the struggle of a day, a week, a month, or a year, it is the struggle of a lifetime.”
I'm heading to the Senate floor to discuss the urgent need to protect the right to vote.
We owe the next generation a democracy in better shape than we found it. We must pass theand the Act now.
A vote for theand will defend both the right to vote and our democracy. The Senate must act. .
I will not stand by as discriminatory voter laws, partisan gerrymandering, & dark money drown out the voices of Americans.
We need toand pass the & the .
Our elections must reflect the will of the PEOPLE.