Justice Is on the Ballot

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In communities across the United States, voting for the 2020 election is already underway. As voters, we have the power and responsibility to shape how justice is served in our communities. We elect federal leaders, district attorneys, mayors, local legislators, and sheriffs—leaders who shape how our communities ensure public safety and secure justice. In every race, from the federal to the state to the local level, it’s clear: Justice is on the ballot.

From ensuring due process for immigrants facing deportation to addressing overpolicing and police violence, we can hold elected officials accountable and demand lasting change.

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