Democracy is connected to all the issues we care about. If we are ever going to see progress on them, we must have a democracy that responds to the needs and priorities of young voters.
Momentum is on our side! The game-changing “For the People Act” just passed through the House and now it’s on to the Senate for a vote.
With newly elected officials on the Hill and an officially sworn-in president and vice president, the time for democracy reform is here. The Biden-Harris administration has many important issues to address: from combating climate change and gun violence, to overcoming the coronavirus pandemic and dismantling systemic racism in America.
To create the kind of permanent change young people want to see in our democracy, our administration and Congress must support the passage of the “For the People Act”—a once-in-a-generation democracy reform package to clean up our political system, get big money out of politics, hold elected officials accountable for corruption, expand and protect voting rights, and create a democracy that values the voices of all Americans.
Democracy is connected to many important issues young people care about. If we are ever going to see progress on these issues, we must have a democracy that responds to the needs and priorities of voters—not wealthy donors and corporate interests.
We urge this new Congress and administration to lead a transformative push to strengthen our democracy in 2021. We need the “For the People Act.”
The “For the People Act” is a bill that includes multiple policy solutions to build a stronger democracy that will more fairly represent all people, including marginalized communities that often have been kept from realizing the American dream.
This bill would:
Young people showed up at the polls in historic numbers and voted for change, now the Biden-Harris administration and Congress have the opportunity to finish the job, pass this legislation, and restore the power of our democracy to the hands of the people.
Email Congress today—tell them to pass the “For the People Act” as a first order of business.