Indivisible Newsletter Nov. 22, 2020

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WEEK OF NOV 22, 2020


So many of you have reached out to find ways to plug into Georgia runoff work because you realized these two critical races would determine control of the Senate. We’re excited to share that we’ve partnered with Vote Forward on their Georgia Runoff letter-writing campaigns! This is an ongoing campaign, but spaces are filling up quickly, so if spots have filled when you click, keep checking back for more opportunities if you’re eager to get involved. Sign up to send letters to voters in Georgia today.

Telephone/Post Card/ E-mail Advocacy
Topics & Talking Points
Includes Sign-up for GEORGIA RUNOFF via VOTE FORWARD
and messages to State Reps re COVID Aid
and Donations to allow someone to get a photo ID in GA

Spearheaded by Warren Clark


Dear DemCast Community,

We’re excited to invite you to an exclusive conversation with groups on the ground in Georgia. 

** Join us on Zoom at 4:00 PT / 7:00 ET this Monday, November 23rd 

**Join DemCast, the Georgia Indivisible Coalition, Fair Fight, the Ossoff campaign and more as we discuss strategic messaging for GA Senate Runoff!

We’ll discuss what language is helpful and what messages to avoid when amplifying on social media, writing postcards, text banking & phone banking. We’ll also discuss how to effectively counter the right wing disinformation campaign.

Register here in advance for this webinar. There are only 500 seats, so register soon. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.   

See you Monday!

Nick, Lori & Jamie

Time to Pay Attention to What’s Going On at the State Level!This is from David Johnson who has been doing such a great job in tracking state legislation and maintaining a list of all the bills each year before the State Legislature.
Members of the 2021-2 Florida Legislature are being sworn in this week.  High on their list of priorities will be consideration of the Governor’s proposed bill that will threaten and suppress citizens’ rights to free assembly guaranteed by our Constitution and a re-balancing of the State Budget necessitated by the loss of jobs, tourism and revenue resulting from the ongoing pandemic.Since there will be no 2021 Legislative Day event in Tallahassee next year, our focus must now turn to conducting virtual meetings with our legislators this January in advance of the 2021 session scheduled to begin March 2.You are encouraged to form teams in collaboration with members of Unitarian Universalist congregations, your local Indivisible group, Sierra Club chapter and other like minded organizations such as LWV and NOW.  In your meetings you and others on your team will address selected items from the Legislative Agenda, share stories how proposed legislation affects you and your family and make your progressive voices heard.Here is the link to the current version of the Legislative Agenda.  Check this link from time to time as it is subject to revision as we get closer to the legislative session   !AgbSWBZf00tLgYFp4BWEkmMKTtoUNA

To learn more about the legislative process and tips for virtual meetings, please register here for the Legislative Training Workshop to be held the first week in December.

Please also share this link with others in your congregation or organization and encourage them to register as well. 

Contact your Representatives in Washington and Tallahassee on a Daily Basis.  Don’t be shy!

Our St. Johns County elected Representatives in Washington are:
US Senator Marco Rubio
US Senator Rick​ Scott
US Congressman John Rutherford District 4 US Congressman Michael Waltz District 6
Click on name for contact information.

Our St. Johns County elected ​Republican representatives in Tallahassee are:
State Senate District 7: Travis Hutson
State House District 17:Cyndi Stevenson
State House District 24:Paul Renner
Click on name for contact information.

Waiting to Make Room for Hope

As always, we love to hear from you! Drop us a line that you are safe and healthy. Let us know if you need anything!
Nana Royer, Editor

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