Village Elections Are Tuesday

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Village Elections Are Tuesday

Three villages – Bronxville, Scarsdale and Tuckahoe – have contested elections this Tuesday, September 15th. Elections are uncontested in Briarcliff Manor, Buchanan, Hastings-on-Hudson, Larchmont, Pelham Manor, Pleasantville, and Sleepy Hollow. The elections, originally to be held this past spring, were moved to September because of COVID-19.

Port Chester, Rye Brook and Elmsford don’t have village elections this year. Pelham’s village election has been moved to November. More than a half dozen other villages also hold their elections in November.
Please VOTE!


Important Dates for the Presidential Election:

  • Registration deadline: The last day to register to vote for the Nov. 3 General Election is Oct. 9, 2020 in person or by postmark.
  • Change of Address deadline: Any change of address (within Westchester County) must be received by Oct.14, 2020.
  • Vote Early (Sat., October 24 – Sun., November 1)
  • Vote By Mail  (Request by October 27; Return by November 3)
  • Vote on Election Day (Tuesday, November 3)


Bootcamp This Week

Our Disinformation and Social Media Bootcamps continue with bilingual presentations in English and Spanish. The two-part workshop, which has been presented nationally, returns to Westchester this week.

  • Session 1: Sept. 15th, 7-8PM covers the basics of disinformation and how to fight back.
  • Session 2: Sept. 22, 7-8PM discusses how to amplify content on social media.

Click here to register for either or both sessions.


Episode 41: How to help Biden/Harris

We are joined by Ny Whitaker, Lead New York for Biden+Harris and Cheryl Geller, Co-Lead Westchester for Biden+Harris. Hear how New Yorkers are working to take back the White House this election season and how you can get involved and help in crucial swing states. Early voting starts in Minnesota on Friday and in Michigan on Saturday.

Click here to listen to the podcast.



Help Get Out the College Vote

Westchester resident and gap year student Abe Baker-Butler helped launch FroshVote to ensure that all college freshmen attending schools in swing states register and vote in the 2020 election. Their Ambassador Program embraces relational organizing by connecting recent high school graduates and current students with the resources they need to get their swing state friends and classmates registered and voting in swing states where they are beginning college.
You can also check out this site for more information about how to vote in college – please share and help get out the youth vote!


Swing State Canvassing

Contact the folks at Changing the Conversation Together if you are interested in joining some Westchester area activists who are door knocking in crucial parts of Pennsylvania to register voters and get out the vote for Biden/Harris.


Miss our recent social media bootcamps? Click here to watch a recap. You can sign up for our two part bilingual Spanish/English training on Sept 15 & 22 from 7-8pm EST.


Postcarding

Buying postage helps the USPS and postcarding helps us reach voters in key states. Email us at IWPostcarding@gmail.com and we will get you set up with cards and lists. Looking for other ways to get involved? The Indivisible Westchester website has a ton of ideas. Click here to take action now!


Winning Swing States

Arizona, Florida, Michigan, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and Wisconsin – are crucial to a Biden victory and the twin goal of flipping the US Senate. Click here to adopt one of these states thanks to Vote Save America. “No matter where you live, you can directly support the work of organizers, volunteers, and candidates in the six key battleground states that will be most important to delivering a progressive majority in 2020. Just pick a state below, sign up, and we’ll get you everything you need to make a big difference this November.”


Forum Monday Night

Join Senator Pete Harckham for a Q&A on the environmental issues facing SD40 on Monday, Sept. 14th @ 7PM. He will be joined by Stephanie Keegan (candidate for AD94). The conversation will be hosted by environmental activist, Courtney Williams. Click here to register and here for the FB event.


Dem Chair Forum

Click here to watch a recap of the forum featuring the two candidates running to be the next chair of the Westchester Democratic Party. The virtual convention and vote is September 17th.


Fill Out The Census

The Trump administration is fighting to wind down the Census count, which is why it’s crucial that you fill out a Census form today. 
Click here to get started.


Together, we stand Indivisible against the Trump administration.


Indivisible Westchester
PO Box 214
Larchmont, NY 10538


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Indivisible Westchester is a movement of neighbors and friends working together to protect the core values of this great nation. We promote policies and legislation that are based on inclusion, respect, justice and nonviolence. With a focus on the local level, we support progressives running for office and we hold elected representatives accountable.

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