The Electoral College met today in Sacramento to deliver California’s 55 electoral votes to Hillary Clinton, who won the popular vote here by 30 points — the largest margin of victory since 1936.
While fulfilling their constitutional duty, electors took a stand to support a bipartisan congressional investigation of Russian interference in the election. The evidence of a state-sponsored cyber-attack on the Democratic Party and members of Congress is chilling.
Send a message to members of Congress to urge them to convene an independent, bipartisan commission to investigate Russian interference in our presidential election.
Any attack on our country demands a unified response. Since the national intelligence report concluding that Russia was behind the hacking, only a few Republicans in the House and Senate have joined Democrats’ calls for a complete investigation.
The integrity of our elections and the security of our nation are at stake. Republican refusal to break from Donald Trump on this issue is unacceptable and cowardly — we need to stand together as Americans.
Will you send a message to members of Congress asking them to convene an independent, bipartisan commission to investigate foreign interference in our presidential election?
Thank you for making your voice heard.
The CADEM Team