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Halt the Electoral College Vote Until We Get an Investigation Into Russian Interference

A bipartisan committee in the Senate has called for a comprehensive investigation into Russian interference with our election, and Trumps ties to Russia. A group of Electoral College members are asking for a full report before they cast their vote next week.

We must call on our representatives to postpone the Electoral College vote until we have a full and public investigation into Trump's ties to Russia, and Russia's interference with our election. This is a bipartisan issue to save our Democracy from the influence of a foreign power; it’s an issue of national security and national sovereignty that we ensure Trump does not take office until the investigations have concluded.

What you can do

1. CALL your senators & congressperson (find their number here)

2. SIGN these petitions to tell Congress that we want an
Immediate investigation into Trump’s ties to Russia, an
Investigation into Russias interference in our elections, a
Briefing before the electoral college before they vote, and to
Postpone the electoral college vote & inauguration pending these investigations.

3. SHARE WITH FRIENDS who have republican representatives. We need a bipartisan effort on this. Type "my friends who live in [state or city]" into the Facebook search bar to find friends in red districts & states.

USE THIS SCRIPT (make it your own & be polite!)
I'm calling to request that you do everything in your power to postpone the Electoral College vote until we have a full and public investigation into Trump's ties to Russia, and Russia's interference with our election. Please rally a bipartisan effort in congress and reach out to President Obama, as it should be a bipartisan issue to save the Democracy from the influence of a foreign power. Based on the CIA’s confirmation of Russian interference with the US election to elect Donald Trump, I feel it’s an issue of national security and national sovereignty that we ensure Trump does not take office until the investigations have concluded.