Ayanna: letter to President Joe Biden


Justice Democrats


Representative Cori Bush and I, in partnership with dozens of our House colleagues, recently sent a letter to President Joe Biden urging him to commute every single federal death sentence and abolish the death penalty once and for all.

Will you add your name right now to our petition to Joe Biden calling on him to commute every federal death sentence and abolish the death penalty?

Every signature will be sent to President Biden’s team, so your voice will make a difference.

Add Your Name

Our criminal INJUSTICE system is racist, xenophobic, rogue, and fundamentally broken. State-sanctioned murder is not justice, and it never will be.

President Biden has the power and moral authority to act: he can commute the sentences of every person who is currently sentenced to death under federal law and finally end the death penalty once and for all.

Together we will make sure that no more Americans are condemned to die at the hands of our criminal injustice system.

Add your name next to mine and Cori’s, and call on President Biden to commute all federal death sentences right now.

Thank you for making your voice heard with me today.

In solidarity,

Ayanna Pressley

Do not worry if you cannot afford to make a contribution — we understand that this is a difficult time. If you’re struggling, you can find a food bank here. We appreciate everything you do to keep our movement strong.

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