Democracy Happy Hour - September 23, 2020

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This week: Democracy and the Courts.

Fix Democracy First hosts a weekly Democracy Happy Hour on Wednesdays @ 5-6pm PT. Grab a drink and join us and  learn about the latest democracy efforts, challenges, solutions, as well upcoming events and actions.

Recording from Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020:

Article & Report Links:

Voter Registration Day combats a sharp decline in signups thanks to Covid -

FBI and DHS warn of foreign misinformation about election results -  

How Election Night 2020 Will Be Different -

First ranked-choice presidential vote will be in Maine this fall, state's top court decides -


‘We were shocked’: RAND study uncovers massive income shift to the top 1% -

The Protecting Our Democracy Act -

Keep the Promise: America 250 -

Move to Amend - Peoples Movement Assembly - Towards a Peoples Constitution -  

Election Scenarios - Very important article on possibilities….

Democracy & the Courts Links:  

The Court and Democracy – Court History -

Statement on the Rule of Law and an Independent Judiciary -

What Does Fair and Impartial Judiciary Mean and Why is it Important? -

Our Courts Are a Growing Threat to Democracy -

The Supreme Court’s starring role in democracy’s demise -

The Supreme Court struggle is about democracy -

How Ginsburg’s Seat is Saved -

Much Is at Stake in State Supreme Court Elections — Who’s Trying to Influence Them? -


FDF Events & Links:

Media & Democracy: Time for a Reset – Sept 24th @ 6-7:30 pm PT -

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September 23, 2020
3:00 pm
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