There were a couple big national stories Friday. Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg was granted immunity from prosecution, and the Manhattan district attorney is looking into criminal charges against the Trump Organization.
1. ES&S manufactures the majority of voting equipment used in Minnesota. Let's call our senators and tell them to keep up the pressure on ES&S.
From Rogan's list:
"Senators from both parties are pressuring ES&S (44% US election equipment) to allow independent security analysis of its machines. ES&S has installed remote access software & cellular modems on its machines in some places; it won't say where. The company responded (http://thehill.com/policy/cybersecurity/403366-major-voting-system-vendor-announces-new-efforts-to-boost-security) it is still not enough as they still have not revealed where they put the cellular modems and remote access software. Let’s tell our own senators to join in and make sure the midterm elections are as secure as possible….and to have paper backups as well."
2. Jeff Sessions has been criticizing Trump, but Sessions has been pushing back against that political interference.
3. Study after study shows that the most effective way to get people to vote is by having conversations with them in the four days before Election Day (Saturday, November 3rd–Tuesday, November 6th). Volunteer here to be part of the last big push. https://thelastweekend.org/?source=MN02
Smith (202) 224-5641
House of Representative switchboard: (202) 224-3121
MN Legislators: https://www.leg.state.mn.us/leg/legislators
Governor Dayton- https://mn.gov/governor/contact-us/
Shia LaBeouf wants to motivate you to get out there this weekend.