Week In Review April 7, 2017

Today the U.S. Senate voted to confirm Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. This was accomplished by changing the rules of the Senate to permit a simple majority (51 votes) to decide. 

JACPAC is deeply disappointed by this confirmation. We say "Elections Have Consequences." The impact of this confirmation will be felt for generations. 

What Can You Do?
Walk, fly, drive, train - any way you can to join JAC in Washington, DC. Come with Joint Action Committee to speak to members of the House and Senate. Get your friends to come, too. We CANNOT sit idly by. Register here.
Make a donation to JACPAC. There are 23 Senate seats we are watching for 2018. Help us make an impact to insure issues we all care about are once again supported by those in Washington.
Stay informed. Follow JACPAC on Facebook and Twitter. Keep up with the news on issues that are important to us all.
VOTE. Each and every election. Check your registration and make sure friends and family vote, too. Elections DO have consequences.

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