What you can do to help #StopKavanaugh

A hundred activists met in Berkeley last Thursday to learn the facts about Brett Kavanaugh, nominated to the U.S. Supreme Court with a troubling record that raises serious questions about his views on unchecked presidential power and whether he will protect the rights of the most vulnerable among us.

Our special thanks to meeting co-sponsors California Civil Rights Coalition, Equal Justice Society, The Center for Independent Living, Inc., People For the American Way, Indivisble East Bay, and to our speakers: Eva Paterson, Leslie Proll, Amy Everitt, Raymundo Jacquez III, Noreen Farrell, Linh Nguyen, and Dan Roth!

There are a number of concrete steps you take to help block this nomination.

If you are a Californian, thank Senator Feinstein for her relentless quest to get all ONE MILLION Kavanaugh documents before any hearing goes forward. Thank Senator Feinstein and Senator Kamala Harris for opposing this confirmation.

Senator Dianne Feinstein
331 Hart Senate Office Building Washington DC 20510
(202) 224-3841

Senator Kamala Harris
112 Hart Senate Office Building Washington DC 20510
(202) 224-3553

Contact the Senators listed below and ask that they: (1) demand that their be no hearings until the conclusion of the Mueller probe, and (2) ask them to speak to other members of the Senate and urge them to take the stand.

The following Senators as critical to this battle (via Indivisible):
Phone the U.S. Capitol switchboard at (202) 224-3121 and an operator will connect you directly with the Senate office you request.

Vulnerable Dems:
McCaskill (MO)
Heitkamp (ND)
Donnelly (IN)
Tester (MT)
Manchin (WV)

Republicans possible to be moved:
Collins (ME)
Murkowski (AK)
Gardner (CO)
Scott (NC)
Flake (AZ)

Use these sample call scripts provided by the #SaveSCOTUS coalition (scroll to halfway down the page).

If you are originally from one of the states of these Senators, please reach out to friends, family members, and colleagues in those States and ask them to contact these Senators. Phone calls are counted by Senators so let’s get going. You may phone the U.S. Capitol switchboard at (202) 224-3121. An operator will connect you directly with the Senate office you request.

If you are on national email lists, please send out messages to folks on those listsand ask them to make calls. A list of effective messages are on SaveSCOTUS.org.

Organize watch parties when and if the hearings start.

If you are an attorney, reach out to fellow attorneys across the country. The stakes are high.

Participate in and organize events and ralliesNARAL Pro-Choice America has one on August 26th in San Francisco.

Here is a link to effective arguments about Kavanaugh.

Please take action today. The democracy you save may be your own.

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