Every Saturday, Indivisible Nashoba hosts a fun, informal, and effective postcard party where we send creative handwritten postcards to voters, legislators, and anyone else we feel needs motivation … to vote, to speak out, to participate. For example, we’ve sent out thousands of personalized postcards to encourage folks to get out and vote.)
Bring your fancy colored pens to Mike
and Mary’s on Saturday.
Sally Reed Oct 26, 2019
From IN Newsletter of November 4th: Mike says, “We’ll be writing cards to support Democrat John Bel Edwards in a run-off election for governor of Louisiana. Apparently, neither candidate got 50% of the vote, so LA law calls for a re-do. That election will be held on Nov. 16th.”
Join us at Mike and Mary’s this Saturday. Bring a friend. 9-11
a.m. For details contact Mike at email@example.com.
Healey is the state’s head of law enforcement and has already had an impact on national policy by joining the successful lawsuit against Donald Trump’s travel ban.
So much is at stake and we need to act to build on and protect the progress we’ve made in our communities, throughout Massachusetts and across the nation. Come hear what the Attorney General intends to do and how you can get involved.
One of IGA’s early actions of legislative advocacy was a call for members to phone the office of Representative Niki Tsongas [D-MA-3rd] to request a Town Hall style meeting during the legislative recess to address issues of concern to our community and how the Congresswoman might best represent our interests in Congress.
To our delight, Representative Tsongas not only agreed, but four of our fellow Indivisible groups in the district stepped forward to co-sponsor and co-organize the meeting. Indivisible Westford, Indivisible Littleton, Indivisible Acton, and Indivisible Harvard joined Indivisible Groton Area in planning this meeting, coordinating with Representative Tsongas’s office, getting the word out, and upsizing the venue to accommodate around 700 local residents who were able to attend.
Thanks to all of the volunteers who handled logistics at Littleton High School and generous donations of singles, fives, and tens from attendees that allowed us to pay for the venue. Although our Facebook Live was spotty at times, a full uncut video of the event is available here.
The next legislative recess is scheduled for April, and we are already making plans. Stay tuned!