From Gus Bickford <[email protected]>
Subject Democracy is a choice, Friend
Date January 8, 2021 7:59 PM
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As Joe Biden said, democracy is fragile.

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As Joe Biden said, democracy is fragile. It’s also a choice, one with consequences. To choose democracy is to have faith in free and fair elections, to elect compassionate leaders, and to commit to peaceful transitions of power.

But the few who chose anarchy and insurrection on Wednesday do not represent us. At our best, we are a country of kind and generous neighbors, of loyal community-builders, and of dedicated public servants. That’s the character of this nation.

That’s why, ahead of the Inauguration, the Biden-Harris Inaugural Committee is joining the National Day of Service on January 18th in honor of Martin Luther King Jr Day. Just one or two hours of service can make a difference in your community, and I’m asking you to commit to volunteering now.

There’ll be tons of easy, socially distanced actions you can take to join millions volunteering on January 18th, virtually and in person, socially distanced, in Massachusetts. Click here to participate in the Day of Service. ([link removed])

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris won this election by over 7 million votes. More than 86 judges and 62 court cases affirmed that it was free and fair. The President-elect and Vice President-elect will be sworn in on January 20th. Nothing will alter that course.

After Inauguration Day, the next challenge we face is not just the restoration of honesty, decency, and integrity to the Presidency, but to go beyond that and deliver on what our nation has guaranteed for some but never delivered for all. Only then will we begin the long, painful, and necessary process of healing.

Until then, we can celebrate the new administration with the same deep and radical kindness that Joe Biden and his campaign have come to represent. Please, if you’re able, join the Day of Service on January 18th. ([link removed])

Democracy may be fragile, but our grit, determination, and persistence can make it strong.


Gus Bickford
Chair, MassDems

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