We cannot keep quiet. We seek elected officials who take an active, positive role in making policies. Be seen, be heard, and make a difference.
1. Take Action
Whenever we get an opportunity to push for a policy change, we should! Do you have something to say about the proposal to lease land off the coast of California for oil and gas drilling? Follow the link below and have your say!
Have you two hours to help build the Blue Wave? Remember Alabama? Remember how good it felt to turn that Senate seat blue -- and send ultraconservative Roy Moore packing?
We have a chance to do that in Pennsylvania. Indivisible is using Hustle, the easiest texting tool we've found. There are shifts from Saturday March 10th to Tuesday March 13th.
Make calls about the special election that will be held in less than two weeks for Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional District. Republican Rick Saccone - who’s bragged that “he was Trump before Trump was Trump” and has pushed Trump-like policies in Harrisburg for years now - is running neck-and-neck with Democrat Conor Lamb, a Marine Corps veteran who believes in affordable healthcare and repairing our nation’s infrastructure.
This is a heavily Republican district ... and yet, new polls have Lamb trailing Saccone by just three points. As we get closer to E-Day, momentum is building.
Indivisible has identified a group of voters in PA-18 who are likely to sit this election out - people who don’t often vote outside of presidential election years. In a race that could come down to a few hundred votes, these are the people we need to move to secure a victory for Conor Lamb.
Will you volunteer to help text? Here are the details:
For GOTV (March 10-13), in 2-hour shifts between 12pm-4pm each day. Use your personal computer or device.
RSVP to sign up now! When you sign up, you’ll receive instructions on how to create your account and an invite to a short webinar to walk you through how to text your way to electoral victory.
We won in Alabama and Virginia because we kept fighting. We refused to accept that some seats are “too red,” “too unwinnable,” to fight for. And you know what? We were right. Now it’s time to bring home a victory for the Keystone State -- in yet another race pundits wrote off as “unwinnable” and “a long shot” just a few weeks ago.
A text message from a fellow progressive like you could be just the push someone in PA-18 needs to make it out to the polls. Will you sign up to text-bank next weekend?
Want to help build our political clout? Read our Act To Win page and learn about opportunities to act right away to change things.
Keep our children safe; remove Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump from their unearned positions of trust - and take away their security clearances! Support an accurate and unbiased census and international trade. And don’t forget - it’s time to talk loudly about impeachment.
Pick up your phone and do it! Phone Scripts 3.5-7.2018
3. Events and Meeting
There are more events, meetings, and activities on our Calendar.
MARCH 5 WALK-OUT for Immigration Reform
JOIN US in action for Immigration Reform! Permanent protections for DACA youth!
Keep TPS (Temporary Protected Status) for people affected by natural disasters and war in Haiti, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Honduras!
When: Monday, March 5, 2018, 12 Noon
Where: Gather at SRJC Bertolini Hall - March to Courthouse Square where we will be joined by Aztec Dancers, Speakers, Music
RSVP - firstname.lastname@example.org
More info - Facebook: “Dreamers Acción Day”
Sponsored by SRJC M.E.Ch.A., Comité VIDA, North Bay Jobs with Justice
Indivisible Petaluma Potluck/General Meeting
Monday, March 5, 2018
6:00 PM 8:00 PM
426 8th Street Petaluma, CA, 94952 United States (map)
This month's meeting is a potluck!
This will be a social event where we can discuss, vent, plan, chat, meet, network, eat and drink. It’ll be fun and you can learn about and get plugged in to the upcoming 2018 election actions.
Bring a dish to share and some wine or beer if you’d like.
Kids are welcome!
Enough! National School Walkout
Wednesday, March 14, 2018
9:45 AM 10:17 AM
Women’s March Youth EMPOWER is calling for students, teachers, school administrators, parents and allies to take part in a #NationalSchoolWalkout for 17 minutes at 10am across every time zone on March 14, 2018 to protest Congress’ inaction to do more than tweet thoughts and prayers in response to the gun violence plaguing our schools and neighborhoods. We need action.
Students and allies are organizing the national school walkout to demand Congress pass legislation to keep us safe from gun violence at our schools, on our streets and in our homes and places of worship.
- Healdsburg: https://www.facebook.com/events/1630556340365553/
- Sonoma: Find Out More
- Petaluma: Kenilworth Jr. High School, Saint Vincent High School, Petaluma High School and Casa Grande High School.
How we will make a difference! A practical seminar.
Saturday, March 17, 2018
10 AM - noon
Petaluma Community Center
Joel Blackwell has spent the last 25 years helping organizations carry their political messages to the public, politicians, and media. Joel’s latest book, “KEEP ON VOTING AFTER THE ELECTION,” is about how ordinary people can influence policy change in their government.
Joel is thrilled to work with Indivisible Sonoma County to help us build useful and effective messages that can be used to work with candidates as well as our Members of Congress.
Donations welcome to help defray the event costs.
March for our Lives
Saturday, March 24, 2018
• San Jose - 9 AM at City Hall
• Sacramento - 12 noon at the California State Capital,
1315 10th St
Sacramento, California 95814
• San Francisco - 1 PM at City Hall,
1 Dr Carlton B Goodlett Pl
San Francisco, California 94102
Thoughts and prayers are great but we need REAL change. The students of Douglas Stoneman High School in Florida have announced a national march to draw even more attention to improving our gun control regulations.
Many of our representatives receive money from the NRA yet ironically speak out against gun violence.
Rock the Congress: SF & Peninsula — Uniting Progressives to Win in 2018
Saturday, March 24, 2018
8:30 AM 6:00 PM
Balboa High School
1000 Cayuga Avenue San Francisco, CA, 94112 United States (map)
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Rock the Congress: San Francisco & Peninsula is a one-day conference that will provide leading Bay Area activists with the training and skills they need to build and cultivate a strong, lasting coalition of Progressive organizations dedicated to winning elections and regain Democratic control in state and Congressional races.
Featuring guest speakers:
- BETTY YEE, CA State Controller
- ERIC SWALWELL U.S. Congressional Representative from California’s 15th district
- DAN PFEIFFER, a long-time aide to President Obama, now co-hosts the Pod Save America podcast.
To guarantee your spot, please register and purchase your tickets as soon as possible. Pricing is on a sliding scale from $25 to $100 and will be used to cover event costs.