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Phone Bank with Brian Tyler Cohen for Wisconsin!


Wed Mar 22
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm EDT

Wed Mar 22 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm EDT


United States

In partnership with Wisconsin Democratic Party, California Democratic Party Environmental Caucus, California Democratic Party Women’s Caucus, CBFD Indivisible, Chop Wood Carry Water, Culver City Democratic Club, HODG, Indivisible Antelope Valley, Jewish Democratic Council of America, Miracle Mile Democratic Club, Palos Verdes Democrats, Pacific Palisades Democratic Club, Sonoma County Democratic Party, Stonewall Democratic Club, Swing Left West Valley, Westchester Playa Democratic Club, San Fernando Valley indivisible, Jewish Democratic Council of America, Malibu Democratic Club and Women’s March Action

Podcast host Brian Tyler Cohen will be joining our March 22nd phone bank into Wisconsin! Brian Tyler Cohen is one of the most-watched political commentators online with nearly 2 million subscribers and over a billion views on YouTube alone. He hosts an interview series where he’s sat down with President Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren, Katie Porter, Jamie Raskin, Pete Buttigieg, and many more. He raised over $1 million for voter registration ahead of the 2022 midterms through his “Don’t Be A Mitch” fund. And he hosts a weekly podcast called “No Lie with Brian Tyler Cohen,” which is among the most listened to political podcasts in the US.

On April 4th, Wisconsin will vote for a Supreme Court justice, deciding whether the Court has a liberal or conservative majority for at least the next two years. Though these elections are technically non-partisan, the ideology of the court will have a tremendous impact on rights that Democrats are staunchly protective of. The GOP has been stacking courts for decades. Now, Democrats are fighting back. Jill Karofsky brought a new level of attention to this effort with her election to Wisconsin’s Supreme Court in 2020. Let’s continue that momentum by officially flipping the 4-3 conservative majority this April!

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