Black Lives Matter PAC Joins AAVREP in Unprecedented Black Voter Engagement Campaign Against Republican Recall
LOS ANGELES, September 14, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The African American Voter Registration, Education and Participation Project (AAVREP) pursues its promise to rally and educate black voters on the ‘no’ vote on the recall election until the recall election deadline of 8 p.m. To aid her in her efforts, the Black Lives Matter PAC supports AAVREP to end the right-wing California opportunity.
“As President Biden implored last night, we must send the nation a message that democracy will not be compromised in California“said the Assembly member of the Assembly of African-Americans co-chairs against the right. Mike Gipson and State Senator Sydney Kamlager.
In an effort to educate black voters and increase voter turnout, AAVREP launched the “Stop the Right Wing Recall” campaign in August with Assembly Member Gipson and Senator Kamlager as co-chairs. Campaign validators include community members, black elected officials and celebrities, as black voter participation is critical to this recall, as Governor Newsom cannot avoid being recalled without 90% of black voters. vote “No”.
“We are translating protests into elections, into advocacy that creates lasting change,” said Angela Angel, senior advisor for Black Lives Matter PAC. “We must not leave any black voter or anyone who votes on issues in favor of black communities. With the essential work of reinventing public safety and turning the inequalities of the system into play, we cannot be complacent and we cannot sit down. We must engage and vote against this recall. Black Lives Matter PAC is proud to be alongside a trusted partner on the ground in California. ”
Black Californians set to make major impact in recall election, and AAVREP and Black Lives Matter PAC work to protect Democratic Party California. Gov. Newsom’s challenge for the recall was to ensure that his supporters not only vote ‘no’, but that they are aware of the recall and that they send out their ballots no later than Election Day, the September 14.
About the African American Voter Registration, Education and Participation (AAVREP) Project
AAVREP is one of the largest organized efforts to register African-American and urban voters in the country. For more than 20 years, AAVREP has registered more than 400,000 voters and regularly mobilizes nearly 375,000 households through telephone and door-to-door canvassing. AAVREP focuses on highlighting the importance of the African American vote using culturally competent education and outreach strategies.
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SOURCE The African American Voter Registration, Education and Participation Project