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Campaign for Smart Justice Delaware Sep 6
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Chris Johnson Sep 6
We’re getting down to the wire. Polls close at 8. Reports are coming in that turnout is low - I need your help. The biggest impact you can have right now is to call or text your friends and family who live in Delaware and help us bring this thing home!
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Chris Johnson Sep 5
Over the past months, I’ve received a number of letters from incarcerated individuals & their families. Today I’m truly proud to announce that I have been endorsed by inmate leadership councils at correctional facilities here in Delaware.
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Sarah Fulton Aug 31
Don’t you think it’s a conflict of interest to accept a max out campaign contribution from big pharma corporations like if you’re really committed to combatting the opioid epidemic?
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Chris Johnson Sep 4
This is people-powered progressive campaign seeking to bring justice to those our justice system leaves behind. Join the movement:
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Morgan Keller Sep 1
FYI: Felons are allowed to vote in Delaware.* Our primary is next Thursday, Sept. 6. Get out and vote for the kind of candidates who will fight for YOUR rights. *A few restrictions on type of felony - check out for specifics.
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Campaign for Smart Justice Delaware Aug 11
We’re getting those last-minute primary registrations in across the state at Go West! Fest, Eastern Shore AFRAM Festival and DE Pride Fest today!
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Campaign for Smart Justice Delaware Jul 11
It’s time for Delaware’s criminal justice system to change. Your vote can make that happen. Are you registered? Visit to learn where your candidates stand on criminal justice reform.
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Chris Johnson Aug 8
Criminal justice reform is sweeping the nation. From one activist to another, congratulations to -- the new St. Louis County Prosecutor! Delaware, it's your turn to vote for true criminal justice reform on Thursday, September 6th.
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ACLU of Delaware Sep 6
Don't forget to head to the polls if you haven't already today. 3 hours left!
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ACLU of Delaware May 29
This is your next chance to get to know the AG candidates better. Come prepared with your questions (hint: visit to read where the candidates stand). The event is free, but RSVP is required; sign up today! 👇
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Chris Johnson May 29
This grassroots movement for a fairer criminal justice system is gaining momentum every day - our campaign was just endorsed by ! Thank you for your support.
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ACLU of Delaware Sep 6
You still have most of the day to vote. A few minutes of your time to vote today can help change the criminal justice system in Delaware!
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Chris Johnson Aug 22
Replying to @Stlyhu
Thank you for joining us last night! I’m glad I got the opportunity to meet you and share my vision. You all had such great questions and I hope I can count on your support on September 6th.
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Campaign for Smart Justice Delaware Aug 15
Who will make the most impactful commitment to change? Don't miss this opportunity to learn more about each Attorney General candidate before the September 6th primary election. Make an informed decision, then at the polls. RSVP:
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Campaign for Smart Justice Delaware Aug 10
If you have a felony you can use your vote to elect reform-minded candidates who can change the way your conviction has impacted your life. It's not too late - register to vote today at .
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Sarah Fulton Aug 6
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Chris Johnson Aug 5
“Now, the question is: What are the rest of the country’s attorneys general waiting for?” 🙋🏿‍♂️ Put me in, coach!
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Chris Johnson Aug 4
in Delaware is just about a month away! September 6th is right around the corner. So grab a clipboard, and help our team tell voters why Delaware needs a true reformer running the Attorney General’s Office!
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Chris Johnson Jul 19
includes those re-entering society, too! In Delaware and across the country, there’s a push to get folks who were formerly incarcerated registered to vote and out to the polls!
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