Messaging by sloganeering is a skill the Democrats rarely master. With the likely defeat of the voting rights bills or a filibuster ban carved out in the Senate, Democrats need to sharpen their message to carry the fight to the state. and local elections. However, when it comes to slogans, they are mealy-mouthed and too verbose in reaching out to those not yet in their camp.
One of my pet peeves is using "voter suppression" as the slogan word. Those claiming suppression was bad were mostly Africa Americans, and coupling it with the racial angle of it. As the targeted ones, that is understandable. It is not just a civil rights issue. It does not tell how this suppression affects everyone else and how democracy is subverted.." Democracy on the ballot' is another nice slogan but to be effective, it a) depends that those who may not be aware of a)what democracy is and b) how the GOP is hurting it and c) how the alternative of "autocracy" is bad for them.
. Here is my stab: " The GOP is rigging the election system". Couple that with they do it" to turn losers into winners" in future elections. The subset to that can be brief::"by making it harder and more inconvenient for everyone to vote, putting their flunkies in charge of counting votes, and permitting local legislatures to overturn the result they do not like.". .. The "rigging" charge can also serve as a sharp counter-attack to the big lie, that the election was stolen was never proved and has become just their made-up excuse for their power grab legislation. . :