Donald Trump doesn't speak for me, or my black and Hispanic friends, or my friends raising kids alone, or my gay, transgender and bi friends, or my veteran friends who feel abandoned by the country that sent them to war.
He doesn't speak for my daughter and a generation of young women who want to control their own reproductive choices. He doesn't speak for the millions of Americans who want to protect our air, water, and National Parks.
Trump doesn't speak for my friend who works seven days a week cleaning homes so that her two daughters might graduate from Hillsboro High and go to college. He doesn't speak for my mother and the millions of older Americans who rely on Social Security and Medicare. He doesn't speak for scientists, artists, teachers, inventors, union workers, dreamers, or the people who believe America is already pretty fucking great.
Donald Trump IS the voice of millions of people who are very, very angry. But, there are more of us than there are of them. Unless we find a way to come together and vote in this next election, Trump will be speaking for all of us. He will marginalize, eliminate, and silence our voices and our beliefs. He will capitalize on fear and greed and usher in a new wave of sanctioned racism and hate.
This election isn't about Hillary Clinton, her email, her likability, or her pick for VP. This is about you. We are stronger together. #NotMyVoice