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Petition the DNC Platform Committee: Include a President Obama Pledge to Veto TPP, if it passes in a Lame Duck Session

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The vast majority of Democratic Senators and Representatives voted against Fast Track. Because of dwindling Pre-General Election support, the GOP Congressional Leadership is conspiring to pass TPP during a Lame Duck Session, shielding their incumbents from accountable for TPP in the 2016 General Election.

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“Unless you make a strong statement [about the TPP] ... we’ll lose votes in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan … every state that’s seen a failed trade agreement work to their disadvantage. “I think we have to be crystal clear and sharp on the issue, otherwise we lose to a Republican Party coming from the left.” -- Richard Trumka, president of the AFL-CIO.

Include in your reply to the DFA SURVEY, as other, a President Obama to Pledge to Veto TPP, if it passes in a Lame Duck Session!

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