2020 Campaign Updates
We are in the process of adapting our 2020 Voter Engagement Campaign to match the new reality of virtual meetings and stay-at-home activism, and we'll soon be releasing some revamped tools for direct voter outreach. We all can make a difference this year in our community, our state, and our country, even in the midst of this public health crisis. We hope you stay well, stay safe, and stay involved!
Indivisible AVL is a grassroots nonprofit run by a dedicated team of volunteers. For as little as $5 or $10 a month, you can help support this work and make our 2020 Voter Engagement Campaign a success. During the month of May, all donations are matched up to $500 through a special challenge grant from the national Indivisible Project. Every donation has double the impact!
Join us for Virtual Canvassing!
Find out how you can make a difference, from your own home! We're continuing to talk with voters about issues that matter to them, and we will also make sure they have current info about voting access.
This week we’ll be contacting our representatives to ask them to work on strengthening the ACA rather than making it harder for millions of us to get the healthcare we need. They’ve cut the funding for any ads about the ACA by 90% and for Navigators by 40%, and cut the Open Enrollment period to just 6 weeks. And now they are going to take the website Healthcare.gov down for 12 hours each weekend for maintenance. If they can’t repeal and replace it, they’re going to make sure it dies the death of a thousand cuts.Read More
Sam Clovis is not an agricultural scientist nor is he an agricultural economist nor does he appear qualified for a position that, by law, must be drawn from “among distinguished scientists with specialized training or significant experience in agricultural research, education and economics” Mr. Clovis holds a B.S. in political science, an MBA and a PhD in public administration. The post for which he is nominated has traditionally been occupied by individuals with advanced degrees in science or medicine.Read More
Houston has a population of 6.6 million people, making this one of the largest natural disasters in America. If you can help, remember that donations of cash to reputable relief organizations are the most effective. (When in doubt, check Charity Navigator to see where the money actually goes.) There are numerous local organizations that are actively providing aid. Here are a few.Read More
Are Your Members of Congress Doing Enough to Respond to the Charlottesville Terrorist Attack? Here are some suggestions from the Indivisible Guide. Write them. Call and leave messages. And show up at Town Halls and their local offices. Tell them to take a stand as a party against White Supremacy. Make them say the words. And make them take actions to stop the wholesale destruction of civil rights by the current Department of Justice.Read More