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For Immediate Release

Press Release

TODAY: 600 'Nobody Is Above the Law' Rallies to Impeach Trump

Stand Up America, Partners Planned Rallies All 50 States and the District of Columbia
WASHINGTON -

Today, Stand Up America joins dozens of progressive groups and grassroots organizations in organizing more than 600 “Nobody is Above the Law” rallies planned tonight on the eve of the House of Representatives’ vote to impeach Donald Trump.

Americans from across the country—including tens of thousands of activists from the Stand Up America community—will rally to demand that Trump be impeached and removed from office, with nearly 200,000 grassroots activists pledging to rally in support of impeachment at events in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

“These nationwide ‘Nobody Is Above the Law’ rallies will put a face to the majority of Americans that support impeachment and removal,” said Stand Up America Founder and President Sean Eldridge. “Tonight, those marching in the streets will send a clear message to Congress: Voters are watching, and we will remember who shows more loyalty to Donald Trump and the Republican Party than to the Constitution and their oath of office.”

Stand Up America has helped drive tens of thousands of RSVPs alongside partner organizations like Indivisible, MoveOn, Need to Impeach, Public Citizen, and numerous others. The organization has also helped rally celebrities to mobilize Americans from across the country to participate in the rallies, including:

People wishing to attend a rally can RSVP at Impeach.org. Anyone wishing to interview a Stand Up America spokesperson should reach out to Ryan Thomas at ryan@standupamerica.com.

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Stand Up America is a progressive advocacy organization with over two million community members across the country. Focused on grassroots advocacy to strengthen our democracy and oppose Trump’s corrupt agenda, Stand Up America has driven over 600,000 phone calls to Congress and mobilized tens of thousands of protestors across the country.

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