Tell our Senators: Protect Mueller

As Mueller's pressure on Trump grows, it seems increasingly likely that the President will fire or constrain his investigation. But there is hope that Republican Senators may finally be willing to support measures to protect the Special Counsel...

Retiring Senator Jeff Flake of Arizona recently pledged to vote against every judicial nomination brought to the floor of the Senate for a vote until a bill protecting the Special Counsel's investigation is considered. Jeff Flake has been good to his word and, on Thursday, the 'nay' votes of Senators Flake and Tim Scott of South Carolina were enough to sink the nomination of ultra-conservative, voter-supressing, Federalist Society member Thomas Farr to a district judgeship.

Thomas Farr's failed nomination is an important win, and doubly so because it helps to legitimize Jeff Flake's method of forcing a vote on the to protect the Robert Mueller investigation. Flake said yesterday that he is going to go back to the Senate floor next week to ask for a vote on legislation protecting special counsel Robert Mueller, after being blocked twice this month.

Today's Action: Call our Senators and ask them to publicly support Senator Flake

Sen. Patty Murray: (202) 224-2621, (206) 553-5545

Sen. Maria Cantwell: (202) 224-3441, (206) 220-6400

Sample Script:

"Hi, my name is [NAME] and I'm calling from [CITY, ZIP]. I have heard that Senator Jeff Flake will ask for a vote on legislation protecting the Mueller investigation next week, and I would like to see the Senator publicly support Jeff Flake. Can I count on her to make a public statement about this?"


Bonus Action

Gwen Collins-Greenup is fighting to become the first female African-American Secretary of State in Louisiana. You can help her win by writing postcards to voters in the state of Louisiana. More information is available here:

"[Gwen] Collins-Greenup surprised Louisiana’s political establishment to win a spot in the Dec. 8 runoff for the state’s third highest position. She bested seven of nine largely unknown and poorly funded candidates seeking to fill out the remaining year of Tom Schedler’s term as secretary of state. Spending roughly a half-cent for each vote received, the Democrat got 289,097 votes to interim Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin’s 298,657 votes. He spent about 83 cents per vote received."