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Emma González Aug 28
Sorry I haven’t been tweeting a lot in a while really, the and Starting college have both been taking up a lot of my time so I haven’t been on here a bunch 😅❤️☺️ hope y’all are being safe !!
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Town Hall Project Nov 14
Districts/states where a event was held that flipped? and more being counted...
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Ramon Contreras Aug 13
The has been a life changing experience. I’m truly grateful and honored. Thank you to everyone who came out and supported us. We got a lot more work to do. Much love to my new family ❤️
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#TurnoutTuesday Aug 17
THREAD: Diego in Chicago talks about the incredible work being done on the ground.
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HOUmanitarian Aug 19
ICYMI: This was an astonishing story shared about what happened in Houston during the stop here. 😳
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Kobey Lofton Aug 14
I am finally back in Chicago as the Tour comes to an end. I’ve spent the last two months meeting great people, learning more than ever, and bonding with a group of amazing people! However, just because the summer is over, we still have work to do! Love you all!
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Jammal Lemy Aug 12
There has been laughs, tears, and many hugs. The ends today but our work isn’t over yet. Goodnight World.
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#TurnoutTuesday Aug 26
It was the location of our event..... we registered so many young voters that day... We have to continue coming together against the evil that is gun violence.
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Arieyanna Williams Sep 10
Btw. All this tweeting while I’m in my math class is not healthy. HELP ME 😭
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Matt Deitsch Nov 14
The ended the 63-day bus tour with student activists from 11 states onboard. We did more town halls than all of the previous Congress, in one summer. We engaged people of all walks of life and led the largest voter registration push in our nations history.
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🌹Unapologetically Human, Sema🌹 Sep 19
This has always been advice: Listen to Black & Brown communities. Listen to people in poverty. Listen to the youth. Empower & inspire them to vote. I believe the younger generation will determine the direction of this country at the voting booth this Nov.
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(((Lani Seelinger))) Sep 13
It was my excellent fortune to speak to activist and organizer , and now you should definitely read all about her experience fighting for gun violence prevention on the bus tour:
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Shawn Davis Aug 13
Summer tour is over but the has only begun.
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Adv. Prashant Mali Aug 30
"3 Indians to reach space in 16 mins" ISRO Chief. Sir, BKC to Andheri Lokhandwala ka kuch karo naa. It takes 2 hours for 11 Kilometres”” 🤣
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Rana Sep 11
Very proud of my Syrian girls & women, all the best for brighter future!! Congratulations!!
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An-Ping Yu Aug 28
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Jammal Lemy Aug 12
We refuse to let the violence continue.
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Ryan Deitsch Nov 4
It’s funny since did more townhall discussions (and reached more people) than that on our and we were a bunch of teenagers traveling on bus.
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Rock the Vote Sep 5
Parkland students say about 10,000 people have used the shirts to register. The future is looking BRIGHT!
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Arieyanna Williams Sep 29
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