On Tuesday, February 7, President Joe Biden will give his State of the Union address. While the United States has made progress toward protecting our democracy in the past year, our elections still face serious threats.
From rampant corruption to rising authoritarianism, it’s more important than ever that the president take a strong stand. Join us in calling on President Biden to talk about threats to democracy in his State of the Union address.
From special interests flooding campaigns with money to politicians gerrymandering voting districts, corruption is one of the biggest threats to our democracy. As a result, our government doesn't truly represent us and isn't working for the people.
Until we fix our political system, we won’t be able to make any progress on other issues that you care about. Ending corruption in government will ensure that lawmakers from both parties work for you rather than special interest groups.
President Biden’s address is not just a primetime speech: It’s an opportunity to send a clear and powerful statement for the coming year. Even though fighting corruption is popular among the American people, it's not getting the attention it deserves in the halls of Congress. A strong message from the president could fix that.
Join us today in urging President Joe Biden to take a stand for freedom when he delivers his speech.