Indivisible FL-13 Weekly Newsletter November 2, 2022

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NEWS & UPDATES

Indivisible FL-13 Postcard Campaigns Update

Indivisible FL-13 coordinated the writing and distribution of over 50,000 postcards to voters for the midterm and primary elections. These included:

  • 50.000 ballot chasing postcards in conjunction with the Pinellas County Democratic party.
  • 2,500 St. Petersburg voter cards funded by the Michell Raynor campaign prior to the August Primary.
  • 4,000 District 59 women’s outreach postcards.

All postcards have been stamped and mailed. Thanks to all of our postcard volunteers and especially to Indivisible FL-13’s Vickie Dunn, Ellen Mowbray and Scott Brown for coordinating these campaigns.

There’s Just One Week Left Until The Midterm Election

There is just one week left until what will probably be the most important midterm election of our lives, if not the United States’ entire history.

While Indivisible FL-13 is technically a non-partisan organization, it becomes increasingly clear every day that the Democratic Party and its candidates, for all their foibles, is by far the best choice for those who want to preserve the rights and freedoms that we as Americans, until recently took for granted.

With that in mind, I encourage everyone to help the Pinellas Democratic Party to get out the Democratic vote. There are excellent ways to get involved on their web site at:

https://www.pinellasdemocrats.org/take-action

So please, please, please vote and help turn out others to vote in this most critical of elections.

Proposed Right to Clean Water Amendment For The 2024 Ballot

Read about and download the petition at:  https://www.floridarighttocleanwater.org/

You can find  contact info for the Regional Director for your county at https://fronn.org/about-us and request blank petitions.

We are being asked to urge members of groups and organizations to circulate petitions at their group activities, meetings and events.

Deadline for 900,000 petitions for each proposed amendment is Nov. 23, 2023.

Medicaid Expansion Petitions For The 2024 Ballot

Print and circulate signed petitions from website. Collect signed petitions and mail to petition sponsor.

Deadline for 900,000 petitions for each proposed amendment is Nov. 23, 2023.

Non-partisan Poll Monitors Wanted

Election Protection (866-OUR-VOTE) needs YOU to help make sure every eligible voter can cast their ballot and have it count!  

Click here to sign up for training to be a Nonpartisan Poll Monitor:
bit.ly/FLEPC-TRAINING

Nonpartisan Poll Monitors support voters outside the polls during Early Voting and Election Day. You will be trained to answer voter questions, report issues and connect voters denied the ballot with legal resources. Contact voting@lwvspa.org with any questions.

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 mike.indivisiblefl13@gmail.com if you are interested.

Indivisible FL-13 Contact Information:

Indivisible FL-13 is a member of the Indivisible Florida Network and the Pinellas Coalition For Immigration Justice.

👉Indivisible Florida Network

👉Pinellas Coalition For Immigration Justice Website

👉Indivisible FL-13 Website

Useful Tools:

Resist Bot, fax your representatives via text message. Text RESIST to 50409

Fax your congressperson for free at FaxZero.com

Get action alerts from Countable.us

Register to vote, vote by mail!

Florida 13 Congressperson Phone Numbers:
Senator Marco Rubio (R):                DC (202)224-3041   Local (813)287-5035
Senator Rick Scott (R):                    DC (202) 224-5274 
Representative Charlie Crist (D):     DC (202) 225-5961  Local (888)205-5569

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