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Twenty years ago today, Professor Thomas Nicely discovered a flaw in the Intel Pentium chip. It took a couple months, but by the end of the year, Intel had committed to fixing the flaw by replacing the chips. The cost: $500 million.

There is a flaw at the core of the operating system of this democracy. It will likely take about the same amount — eventually — to fix it.

We’re raising the first $5 million now. Join us.

If we don’t meet our goal, you pay nothing. If we do, we’re one step closer to fixing the flaw at the core of the operating system of our democracy. 

They stepped up. Now it’s our turn.

- The #MaydayPAC

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