Indivisible Yolo newsletter 5/22/23- Pints & Progress Tuesday

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Pints & Progress this Tuesday 5-7pm!

Hey, we’re doing it again– hanging out just to chat with no phone banks, clipboards, or protest signs in sight.

Join us for Pints & Progress in Woodland. The pizza’s on us but you’ll need to buy your own beer. TuesdayMay 23rd, 5-7pm at Steve’s Pizza in Woodland. Come for the politics, stay for the friends! This event hosted by Peggy Bernardy and others in the IY leadership team.

RSVP here:

Save the Date: our Indivisible Yolo Annual General Meeting will be June 26th @ 7pm on Zoom!

Lobby Day in Sacramento to Empower Voters 

First, join California StateStrong and Empower California Voters Coalition for a Lobby Day in Sacramento on May 24!

Empower California Voters Coalition is the coalition advocating for AB 421: a bill that would reform the referendum process. This important bill addresses the fact that wealthy corporations have captured the referendum process to repeal progressive laws passed by the California Legislature. Learn more about the coalition and bill here!   The ECV Coalition is holding a lobby day on May 24 at the Capitol. The full day is 9-4, but you can come for part of it!  We hope to see you – sign up here.

Then, join our Indivisible Sacramento allies at 4:30 – at the same location!

MAGA Default Crisis Week of Action Event

Join local INDIVISIBLES from Sacramento and beyond as we pull back the curtain on the Republican plot to default on the debt and thus blow up the (world) economy. Indivisible Sacramento is hosting a honk and wave event 4:30-6p at the corner of 10th and L Street at the Capitol. Please register here so we know you’re coming.

Join us for one or both events! 

CA Mandela Act Lobby Week, May 23-26, 2023!

The lobby week will focus on AB 280, the California Mandela Act on Solitary Confinement. Our state Congressmember Aguiar-Curry is one of the key members to contact for this campaign. There are in-person and virtual actions available- get more details and RSVP HERE.

MAGA default crisis: stay strong and reject hostage takers

Sen. Feinstein: 415-393-0707 (SF) 202-224-3841 (D.C) (email)

Sen. Padilla: 916-448–2787 (Sacramento) 202-224-3553 (D.C.) (email)

Contact just your own Representative:

Example call script (your own words are best!):
Hi, my name is [your name] and my zip code is [zip code]. I’m a voter and a constituent of [Sen. Feinstein/Sen. Padilla/Rep. Thompson/Rep. Matsui]. I’m calling to thank the [Senator/Representative] for rejecting MAGA efforts to create a crisis and sink our economy if we don’t give in to their demands. MAGA extremists voted to default on the national debt unless we eliminate 108,000 teachers’ jobs, taking away educational support for 32 million kids. And they demanded cuts to Medicaid that would put the healthcare of 21 million people in jeopardy, including seniors in nursing homes and children with disabilities. Thank you for rejecting their threats to default on the national debt, and please stay strong.

Interested in getting involved in Indivisible Yolo?

Do you like what we are doing at Indivisible Yolo?  Do you find yourself thinking, “how about we….?” There is an open position on the Steering Committee and we’d like to hear from you! The Steering Committee directs the organization’s activities, makes endorsements and sets policies for Indivisible Yolo. If this is something you’d like to do, please contact us at 

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