Indivisible St Johns Newsletter December 8, 2020

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Demand Ron DeSantis Stop the
Combating Violence, Disorder & Looting & Law Enforcement Protection Act

Oppose the Governor’s proposed bill that protects those who would interfere with peaceful protests and abridge our Constitutionally guaranteed rights to freedom of assembly and to petition the government for redress of grievances.

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Control of the [Senate] is still on the table for us to influence!

Letters available for pickup until December 10
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

From illegal voter purges to hundreds of poll closures to four-hour lines, Georgia voters have faced a sophisticated, but hauntingly familiar attack on their right to vote. Hundreds of thousands of voters were affected by poor election management and systematic voter suppression, crippling Georgia’s democracy.

Join the Fight.

Fair Fight is Fighting Back

David Johnson gave us important information in his Legislative Webinar

“People modify their behavior if they know they’re being watched.” We must let our State legislators know they are being watched!

Rep. Cyndi Stevenson (Dist. 17) is not holding virtual meetings at present as she is preparing for the Legislative Delegation Meeting to be held on December 18 (see more info below). Her secretary did not know if she would hold any virtual meetings prior to the beginning of the 2021 Legislative session. Consequently, this may well be your only opportunity to influence your legislators prior to the beginning of their committee meetings.

 Legislative Delegation Meeting date announced

These are our state legislators:  Travis Hutson, Senator; Paul Renner, Rep. Dist. 24,Cyndi Stevenson, Rep. Dist. 17.  These are the people we need to attempt to influence to see any laws change in the State of Florida, and this is how we do the “Act Locally” part of “Think Globally, Act Locally”

This St. Johns County Legislative Delegation will hold a meeting on Friday, December 18, 2020, from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the St Johns County Commission Chamber Auditorium, located at 500 San Sebastian View, St Augustine.

Discussion of issues regarding local legislation for the 2021 Legislative Session will be held at this time.  If you have something you want to promote to your most local representative, this is your chance.  (Your editor spoke last year promoting laws which are in accord with home rule.)

  • If you would like to participate in the meeting during the public comment section, please contact Representative Stevenson’s office.
  • To be placed on the agenda for the December 18th meeting please contact Representative Stevenson’s District Office prior to December 14th, 2020.
  • Those that would like to provide materials or handouts to the St Johns County Delegation members may mail or hand deliver them to Representative Stevenson’s District Office, located at 309 Kingsley Lake Drive Suite 902, St Augustine, FL 32092, before 12:00 noon on December 14th, 2020.

The proceedings will be available on GTV to watch live.  St Johns County Delegation meetings are open to the public.

Either as an individual or as representative of a group, I encourage you to attend, if nothing else for the educative value, and to let your reps know someone is paying attention.

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

Our St. Johns County elected Representatives in Washington are:
Click on name for contact information.

Our St. Johns County elected ​Republican representatives in Tallahassee are:
Click on name for contact information.

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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