Rural Summit registration is LIVE!

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The time has come. Are you ready for the biggest rural event OF THE YEAR?

We’re so excited that the National Virtual Rural Summit registration link is LIVE! Join us on Saturday, June 27th from 11-5:30 PM EST to come together with rural Indivisible groups and rural organizers across the country for a day of celebration, self-care, and rural power building in anticipation of the November election. REGISTER TODAY!

Second, we need your help in creating a Rural Summit ad that will run on Facebook.

We’re asking for you to send in images or videos of your rural advocacy to help us create an ad for the Summit that will run during the month of June on Facebook.  Maybe it’s a photo of your group next to your “Welcome” town sign to highlight that yes, progressives live in this town of 500. (See photo below.) Please send your content to Emily at by June 1st!

And don’t forget to join the second Red and Rural Webinar next week! Matt Hildreth from will make his grand Indivisible return to discuss his 2020 findings on what messaging works!

Tricia, Aftyn, Emily and Scott: your raucous rural organizers

Upcoming Rural Events

Join us for the second webinar in the Red and Rural series as we learn how to win over conversative and undecided voters with our progressive values. We will be joined by Matt Hildreth of who will provide us with the data, tools and messaging tips to engage in both offline and online voter contact with our neighbors

Join us, for the final webinar of the Red and Rural series as we learn what it means to host transformational conversations in Red and Rural Communities. Using elements of deep, values based canvassing, we will discuss how to have difficult conversations with our loved ones. How can you identify the root of their concerns grounded in empathy and compassion, while also highlighting how they can be involved in the solution.

We will be joined by Emily Baird-Chrisohon from the Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition who will walk us through how we can use deep values based canvassing to have transformational conversations, changing the narrative in our rural and red communities.

Quick Links

Rural E-mail Sign Up 

Rural Call Notes and Agenda

Rural Facebook Group 

Rural Call Registration Link

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