Blue Wave – 100 Day Sprint

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BlueWave Hawaii 
100 Day Sprint

It’s been 1,283 days since Trump took office. Pick your worst nightmare of the Trump Administration. Now imagine 1,460 more days of the Trump Administration.  

Register to receive your unique link to join our “BlueWave Hawaii 100 Day Sprint” zoom kickoff meeting this Sunday, August 2nd, NOON HST.

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYsf-ivqTsoGt2bO8_q5CIgMF3gq0W42KzE


Not pissed enough, watch my worst nightmare – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNav5wO5dh0&feature=youtu.be . It’s one of Trump’s TV commercials.

Be ready to SHARE YOUR ACTIONS to dump Trump and flip the U.S. Senate. For details on suggested actions, see 
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfEV7GyCCdD9N_IKkHcmukllmfeL-3IzMcNRak0ULtpKoGlkg/viewform. Also, share with participants, one sentence telling us why you think this is important. 

Just 2 hours a week will let you reach out to a lot of people in key states. We can do this! 

Visit our WEBSITE for info on upcoming events!


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Indivisible Hawaii brings the fight to save our democracy to nearly 400 of our friends and neighbors on Oahu plus members through the Indivisible Hawaii Statewide Network chapters on Kauai, Maui County and Hawaii Island.

Indivisible Hawaii is a pro-democracy citizen activist group whose mission is to protect and enhance the institutions of democracy in our Country and our State. We seek to resist Trumpism by engaging our elected officials at all levels of government and promote progressive and democratic values.

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