NEWS & UPDATES
Here are some quick and easy actions you can take from your home.
Tell the Florida State House and Senate: Stop Gerrymandering!
The following are repeated from last week but are still relevant if you haven’t taken action yet.
Tell Florida members of Congress: Now is the time to support Medicaid expansion for Florida
Tell Congress: Strengthen And Expand Social Security
Tell Congress: No One should be forced to live below poverty
Understanding St Petersburg’s Charter Amendments
Every ten years the City of St Petersburg appoints a commission to review and amend the city charter. The Informed Voter Series Seminar on October 12 is designed to explain both the review process and the amendments that will appear on the ballot during the November General Election.
The virtual session is scheduled for 7:00-9:00 PM on Tuesday, October 12. It will be in a Zoom Webinar format moderated by Kyandra Darling. Although it is sponsored by the Pinellas Democratic Party, this seminar is essentially nonpartisan and open to anyone who is interested in the subject.
The session is designed to focus on instruction rather than advocacy and will include elected officials and members of the Charter Review Commission. Participants may submit questions to panelists and we will answer as many as time permits.
The panelists are Mayor Rick Kriseman, Council Woman Amy Foster, Council Woman Deborah Figgs Sanders, Review Commissioner Terri Lipsey Scott, Review Commissioner Roxanne Fixen, and Review Commissioner J.C Prichett III.
The citizens of St Petersburg will be impacted by changes in the city charter for the next decade. It’s important that we are informed voters when we cast our ballots.
This is a Pinellas County Democratic Party event.
League Of Women Voters Nonpartisan Voter Guide for the November 2 Election Is Online!
The League Of Women Voters Of The St. Petersburg Area nonpartisan Voter Guide for the 2021 St. Petersburg Municipal General Elections is live at Pinellas VoterGuide.com and Vote411.org .
You will find candidates’ responses to LWVSPA questions on key local issues, analysis of the 7 proposed City Charter Amendments and the referendum question, and links to upcoming LWVSPA Candidate Forums.
Indivisible Florida T-Shirts Available
We have men’s and women’s Indivisible Florida t-shirts available in most sizes for a $25 donation. We can arrange for pick-up or delivery.
Contact Mike at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
WEEKLY DEMONSTRATION AT SENATORS MARCO RUBIO AND RICK SCOTT’S TAMPA OFFICE
Demonstrators must wear masks and practice social distancing. Parking meters around the courthouse accept cash or credit cards. FMI on the Tuesday Demonstration and to get on John Stewart’s excellent and informative mailing contact him at email@example.com or (727) 894-2832.
Every Tuesday from 10:30-11:30 AM
Sam M. Gibbons U.S. Court House
801 N. Florida Ave. Tampa, FL 33602
Indivisible FL-13 Contact Information:
Indivisible FL-13 is a member of the Indivisible Florida Network and the Pinellas Coalition For Immigration Justice.
Pinellas Coalition For Immigration Justice Website
- Indivisible FL-13 Facebook Group (lightly moderated)
- Indivisible FL-13 Facebook Page (official communications)
- Indivisible FL-13 on Twitter
- Email us at at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pinellas County Progressive Calendar
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Florida 13 Congressperson Phone Numbers:
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Representative Charlie Crist (D): DC (202) 225-5961 Local (888)205-5569
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