From Oscar Silva <[email protected]>
Subject I'm proud, y'all
Date June 29, 2020 11:53 PM
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Familia,

¬°Feliz mes del orgullo!

We know this year is a crucial one in our history -- it's the moment we've been building for over the past seven years, and we can't come up short. That's why we set a goal of registering 200,000 new voters in this election cycle alone.

The month of June has looked a little different this year -- we can't get together in person, and parades are out of the question. But we still have a lot to celebrate -- most recently, the Supreme Court's monumental decision that ruled affirmatively against employment discrimination.

We've had some hard-fought wins. But on everything from health care to civil rights, this administration takes every opportunity to attack the rights of LGBTQ+ people.

We have to keep fighting.

This November, we can elect leaders who will prioritize our rights and fight for them in Congress and in our local State Houses. That's especially true here in Texas, where we have more opportunities to flip Republican seats than any other state in the nation.

But those seats won't flip themselves. We're putting together one of our biggest organizing efforts ever this year -- to register more voters, educate them, and get them out to the polls. But we need your support.

Will you chip in whatever you can to help support Battleground Texas' work this election cycle?

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Let's finish what we started!

Oscar

Oscar Silva
Executive Director
Battleground Texas


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You've seen the polls. You've felt the momentum. The work of making Texas a battleground state is happening right now, and we need your help. Chip in to support this game-changing work today.









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