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People of PA Won't Let Trump or Rogue Legislators Prevent Their Voices From Being Heard

Philadelphia -- Online and in the media, Pennsylvania's Republican state legislators are signaling their intention to interfere with the process of counting and certifying the result of the 2020 election. These efforts dovetail with a new lawsuit from the Trump campaign that seeks to overturn the will of Pennsylvania's voters to swear in Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. In response, Hannah Laurison, the executive director of Pennsylvania Stands Up, issued the following statement.

People of PA Won't Let Trump or Rogue Legislators Prevent Their Voices From Being Heard

Multi-racial Working Class Delivered for Biden, Now Biden Must Deliver for the Working Class

PA Stands Up had more than 400,000 conversations with voters to defeat Trump and bring new voters into the political process

Multi-racial Working Class Delivered for Biden, Now Biden Must Deliver for the Working Class

PA Stands Up Makes More than 8.6 Million Voter Contact Attempts, Pledges Mobilizations to Count Every Vote

The statewide organization is working with dozens of community organizations, unions, and faith communities to demand every vote be counted

PA Stands Up Makes More than 8.6 Million Voter Contact Attempts, Pledges Mobilizations to Count Every Vote

Up to Us

In 2016, Trump won Pennsylvania by just 44,292 votes. In the wake of the election, Pennsylvanians of all races came together, not just in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, but in towns and small cities across the state. Since then, we've made tremendous gains, building one of the most powerful independent political organizations in the country. In the June primary, our organization recruited and supported powerful champions for working people to take on the political establishment—and we won.

Now, as we head into the general election, we're unveiling a slate of 26 endorsed candidates for the state legislature and big plans to defeat Donald Trump in Pennsylvania and put Joe Biden and Kamala Harris in the White House.

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