DEFEND
DEMOCRACY

We resolve to join together regardless of past differences to preserve our Union, our Republic, and our democracy.

Our democracy is worth saving. Are you with us?

You know the biggest threat to our democracy isn’t Donald Trump.

It’s not the baseless claims of rigged elections.

It’s not elected officials are so deep into the Big Lie that they’ll justify striking down voting rights and civil rights rather than admit Trump lost.

It’s not radical Republicans changing the rules of elections to decide who wins and who loses every time.

It’s not even the violent attack on our Capitol.

No, the biggest threat to our democracy and the American republic is that too many people are giving up. Checking out. Letting Trump and the Republicans get away with their conspiracy to end democracy.

We know you’re tired. We know the news is sometimes hard to take.

But there’s only one solution: you.

We can’t save this country by waiting on miracles. Hope is not a strategy. That’s why we can’t wait for the Washington D.C. political committees to act. They don’t see the danger or know how to fight it. Americans have to band together and do the work ourselves.

We are building the strongest political coalition of people and organizations in American history because the task before us demands it.

The Union will connect people with the right jobs, teams, and the right tasks to empower them to fight back and win. We’ll help match your drive and your skills with causes, campaigns, and candidates who need your help to save this nation.

Tell us a little about yourself so we can connect you with the projects where you can make the most impact.

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When the people rise in masses in behalf of the Union and the liberties of their country, truly may it be said, ‘The gates of hell shall not prevail against them.’
President Abraham Lincoln – February 11, 1861