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We hope you are able to join us to support the critical work of the Fair Elections Project to end partisan gerrymandering. We will provide a short update on the Whitford case and how you can help our efforts.

Good City Brewing
2108 N. Farwell Ave.
Milwaukee, WI

Thursday, April 27, 2017
5 to 7 p.m.

Special thanks to our hosts:

Laura & Scott Vuchetich
Janet & Andrew Martin
Christy Brooks | Chris Rockwood
Willie Hines
Sachin Chheda & Angela McManaman

Hosts: $1000 | Friends: $500 | Sponsors: $250
Suggested contribution: $100

Contributions of any amount gratefully accepted

Contributions can be mailed to:

Fair Elections Project
5027 W North Ave.,
Milwaukee, WI 53208.

or you can contribute online here.

To RSVP or for any questions, please contact us at

The Fair Elections Project organized and launched Whitford v Gill, a federal lawsuit that challenges Wisconsin’s legislative district maps for being an extreme political gerrymander that violates the constitutional rights of Wisconsin citizens. The plaintiffs in Whitford won a trial court verdict overturning the maps, and the case will head to the U.S. Supreme Court in the coming term to determine if a national standard can be set to limit the use of partisan gerrymandering to undermine democracy.

The Fair Elections Project continues to lead public education efforts about partisan gerrymandering and the Whitford case. FEP volunteers and staff are helping to organize attorneys and public leaders to fight partisan gerrymandering, conducting research critical to the battle, and ensuring public understanding of the issues at stake. If we are going to change the course of American democracy for the better, the Fair Elections Project needs your help and support.

The Fair Elections Project is a project of High Ground Institute, Inc. a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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