Here’s the quick take: we’re spending $15,000 to run a full-page ad in the Arizona Republic to tell Kyrsten Sinema that her constituents demand she stop letting Mitch McConnell veto critical democracy reforms.

Take a look at the ad below, and if that’s all you need to know, you can click here to donate $10 to help us place the ad, implement our entire democracy reform campaign, and support all our work. Or read on for more details on our plan!

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An image of a newspaper ad. Text reads "A bipartisan majority of Arizonans support the For the People Act to improve access to the ballot box, promote election integrity, and ensure election security. So why is Senator Kyrsten Sinema letting Mitch McConnell veto it? Demand Senator Sinema stand with Arizonans, not McConnell. Tell Sinema to: Eliminate the filibuster, Pass the For the People Act, and Save our democracy. Text 'Arizona' to 977-79. Call 1-877-847-4809."

Why Kyrsten Sinema? If you’ve been tracking the news, you know she’s emerged as a staunch roadblock to eliminating the filibuster -- which we we have to do in order to achieve our big priorities like passing H.R. 1/S. 1, achieving D.C. statehood, getting real COVID-19 relief, and more.

That’s why we’ve identified Arizona as one of our key target states for democracy reform work -- Sinema, along with a few other moderate Dems and Independents, will be crucial to our efforts to remake our democracy for the people. And we know from years of experience that constituent pressure really can make the difference between winning or losing a policy fight.

Luckily, building that kind of pressure is exactly what Indivisibles do best. So we’re using every tool we’ve got to mobilize activists on this campaign. This $15,000 ad is part of the $369,000 we’ve budgeted for tactics like ads, events, billboards, and more in target states including Arizona, West Virginia, and Maine. And that’s just half our total budget for our For the People Project -- plus all the staff expenses, digital infrastructure, and everything else that keeps our work moving!

Grassroots donations are what makes all that work possible. That’s why we’re asking for your help: donate $10 today to run our newspaper ad and fund our democracy campaign and all our other work.

This Democratic trifecta is a new moment for us -- but it doesn’t mean our work can stop. To win on all our major priorities, from democracy reform to immigration, climate, health care, and economic justice, we have to keep up the pressure. That starts with activists like you. Thanks for coming with us on this new adventure.

In solidarity,
Indivisible Team

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