WILL YOU VOTE FOR JOBS?
Do you support a Federal Jobs Program that would create jobs with livable wages and benefits for the unemployed?
If your answer is YES! Then vote for Joe Biden for President AND every Democrat on your ballot - from start to finish!
“In order to ensure that everyone who wants to work has a pathway to employment, the government must enact measures to create jobs and jobs programs like those effectively used during the New Deal, and ensure such programs are inclusive for women and people of color. These programs should focus on lifting wages, expanding public services, strengthening bonds with communities, and protecting workers...”
- Joe Biden-Bernie Sanders Unity Taskforce
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While it is crucial that we elect Democrats in 2020, our ultimate goal is to win a Federal Jobs Program to bring economic relief to tens of millions of Americans. After the elections are over, the work begins to influence our next president and members of Congress to pass a Federal Jobs Program into law.
To influence our next president and Congress, we must constantly remind them that we as VOTERS have the power and resources to elect and un-elect politicians. In recent elections, small-dollar donors (who give $1 to $200) have become increasingly powerful. Not only as a way to win elections but as a powerful avenue to influence politicians to support policies that benefit everyday working people, the low-income, and the unemployed -- not just the wealthy and the privileged.
This year, small-dollar donations have made up 83% of all individual contributions to 2020 presidential candidates; giving a total of $1.4 billion. A small donation of $25 will engage and mobilize voters year-round so we can keep constant pressure on politicians to pass Federal Jobs Program into law.