Whether you voted for Trump, Clinton, a third-party candidate, or you didn’t vote, let us focus on that which we can agree: protecting our democracy and the institutions, conventions, and norms that sustain it. Disagreement about public policy is one thing, but indifference to the practices, traditions and rule of law that have maintained the integrity of our republic for the past two centuries, is woefully dangerous.

We will protect:

Freedom of the Press

Ensuring the press is free to report is key to protecting our democracy.

Independence of the Courts

Ensuring the press is free to report is key to protecting our democracy.

Right to Vote

Ensuring the press is free to report is key to protecting our democracy.

Truth

Ensuring the press is free to report is key to protecting our democracy.

Freedom of Assembly

Ensuring the press is free to report is key to protecting our democracy.

Freedom of Religion

Ensuring the press is free to report is key to protecting our democracy.


We will eliminate:

Presidential Conflicts of Interest

Ensuring the press is free to report is key to protecting our democracy.

Entanglement of Science and Partisanship

Ensuring the press is free to report is key to protecting our democracy.

Gerrymandered districts

Ensuring the press is free to report is key to protecting our democracy.


We will demand:

Independent investigation into foreign interference in US elections

Ensuring the press is free to report is key to protecting our democracy.

Electoral reform

Ensuring the press is free to report is key to protecting our democracy.


We will watch for:

Purged civil servants

Ensuring the press is free to report is key to protecting our democracy.

Culture of official impunity

Ensuring the press is free to report is key to protecting our democracy.

Strategies to Divide Us

Ensuring the press is free to report is key to protecting our democracy.