Journey Across the 100 is a listening tour that visited all 100 counties in North Carolina to talk with people — regular people, not career politicians — about what’s on their minds as the 2020 election approaches. Visual journalists from The News & Observer, The Charlotte Observer and the McClatchy Company gassed up their vehicles…

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Community Conversations Kick-Off! We’re excited to announce the launch of Community Conversations! Also known as Relational Organizing, Community Conversations is a key component to our get out the vote strategy for 2020. Research shows that when voters hear from a friend, neighbor or co-worker they’re much more likely to go to the polls. (Voting actually…

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The following Letter to the Editor from Indivisible AVL member and volunteer Lyn Miller was published in the Asheville Citizen-Times on November 4, 2019. We reprint it here by permission. “Remember that wacky DC comics creation, ‘Superman: Tales of Bizarro World’ –where everything is inverted, opposite or backwards? It’s a place where good is bad,…

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Indivisible Asheville/WNC (“Indivisible AVL”) has received a mini-grant from America Votes to support our non-partisan canvassing kickoff project in November and December, “2020 Starts Now!,” and to strengthen our base as a grassroots community organizing group. A key initiative for the upcoming election year is to empower citizens in our community through coordinated voter outreach…

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Note: Our friends at Progress NC Action summarized last week’s redistricting decision so clearly we decided to reprint it here. For more state news and updates, check out their website at ProgressNCAction.org. Last week, a three-judge panel in Wake County ruled unanimously that lawmakers violated the state constitution by gerrymandering the state’s legislative districts for…

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Kids and parents and adults of all ages turned out for our family-friendly event on Saturday, August 24, 2019, “Kids Rising: Standing Up for Families at the Border.” The auditorium at Pack Memorial Library was transformed into a big play space, with tables for drawing and writing and crafts. Everyone got a chance to create…

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