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Local Indivisible groups build and wield power in ways that individuals can’t. To create change, you need the collective constituent power that comes with working together, as Indivisibles.

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Indivisibles organize -- which means building power and flexing at key moments. Indivisible Groups take action in their communities, build collective purpose, and create change.

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We make calls. We show up. We organize. And we’ve built lasting collective power across the country, in our home towns. We’re Indivisible.

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We’re a grassroots movement of thousands of local Indivisible groups with a mission to elect progressive leaders, rebuild our democracy, and defeat the Trump agenda.

Be Counted! Everything you need to get involved in the 2020 Census

- 12/11/2019

Indivisibles cannot sit this out -- we need to make sure local groups and activists get involved in the 2020 Census!

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Indivisible's All-New Congressional Endorsement Program!

Mari Urbina - 10/03/2019

We know engaging in elections -- especially primaries! -- can be intimidating. We also know that an endorsement, done correctly, is one of our...

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What to Expect from the Supreme Court this June

- 06/14/2019

The Supreme Court will issue its final decisions of this session at the end of June, and we can soon expect to receive rulings on numerous cases...

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National Impeachment Survey Results

- 06/11/2019

Interest in impeachment is (and has been) growing, and knowing where our movement is on this issue is very important for us in determining our...

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Local Indivisible group holding letters that spell the phrase "Defend Democracy."

Indivisible’s Two Year Plan to Beat Trump and Save Democracy

- 06/06/2019

Indivisible may have gotten started to resist Trump, but we know that the problem we’re facing is bigger than Trump. We have to beat Trump, but we...

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Questions from the Field

Since we sent out our first Leah/Ezra email last month, we had nearly 500 questions and comments in response to our kickoff letter. And most of...

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Introducing: We Are Indivisible 2020 Pledge

We are Indivisible. Join us and pledge to make the primary constructive, rally behind the winner, and do the work to beat Trump.

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Indivisible Is Getting a Book!

Indivisible is getting a book! It's a story of democracy under threat. It’s the story of a movement rising up to respond. And it’s a story of what...

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The Case for Proactive State Policy

- 04/04/2019

We get this question a lot: with limited time and resources, shouldn’t we just focus on defense or compromise bills that we think we can pass this...

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Primary 2020: How We Engage to Win

Mari Urbina - 03/03/2019

Read more about our plan to win in 2020 and why we can't afford to sit this primary season out.

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U.S. Options in Venezuela’s Crisis Aren’t War or Nothing

- 02/28/2019

If the the Trump administration was serious about helping the people of Venezuela, there are things it can do right now. The United States has...

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Supporting Historic Candidates and a Reflective Democracy

Leah Greenberg - 01/18/2019

How historic candidates move us towards a more representative democracy and how Indivisible supports them. 

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What to Expect in the Next Congress

Angel Padilla - 11/13/2018

We expect Democrats will use their control of the House to try to undo some of this horrible damage and present the American people with an...

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Introducing: Indivisible on Offense

We won the House! And a LOT of other stuff. And that means our tactics will have to change. Check out ‘why’s’ behind this shift in strategy and...

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“As Goes California”: Learnings About State Advocacy From the Golden State

- 10/18/2018

Indivisible groups in California formed a robust statewide coalition to flex their collective constituent power to make a measurable impact at the...

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The Year of the Womxn

- 10/18/2018

This year, womxn are at the forefront of the big blue wave and some of our country’s biggest, most formidable challenges. As womxn candidates...

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Indivisible's Queer Caucus Celebrates National Coming Out Day

- 10/11/2018

Indivisible's Queer Caucus celebrates National Coming Out Day!

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Indivisibles are doing the work to elect progressives in Texas

The bad news is that the blue wave won’t build itself. The good news is that I can report first hand that Texans across the state are doing the...

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Our Full Endorsement Slate Has Arrived!

Mari Urbina - 10/02/2018

So much hard work and commitment went into this process—from nominating and organizing around grassroots candidates, to voting in your local group...

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Rally Your Volunteers with a “Voting Is My Superpower” Campaign!

- 09/25/2018

This summer, Indivisible groups in San Diego County came together for a fun and high-impact voter outreach campaign at Comic-Con, the annual pop...

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#100DaysOut: Indivisible groups host a nationwide weekend of action!

- 07/20/2018

Next weekend, the Indivisible movement will kick off a massive, nationwide electoral effort the weekend of July 28 and 29.

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Announcing: Indivisible’s endorsement of Andrew Gillum for Florida Governor

Leah Greenberg - 06/26/2018

With our national endorsement, we are committed to throwing the full weight of...

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Announcing: Our 50-state Political Program!

We’re excited to announce the next evolution of the Indivisible movement: the official, on-the-ground launch of Indivisible435, our 50-state...

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Empowering States and Cities to Resist the Trump Agenda

- 05/18/2018

We are excited to announce that we are launching a state & local program to support our groups as they take their engagement to the state...

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Honoring Julia Fox

- 05/15/2018

All of us in the Indivisible family are devastated to share the news that our friend, colleague, and co-conspirator Julia Fox passed away this...

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Stay Tuned! Announcing: Indivisible Action

That’s why today, we’re excited to announce the formation of Indivisible Action, a Hybrid Political Action Committee (aka a Carey PAC).

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What Could Happen on Capitol Hill in May

Angel Padilla - 05/03/2018

Summers are usually slow on Capitol Hill no matter what, but during election years the legislative gears grind to a near halt as Members of...

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What Could Happen on Capitol Hill in April

Angel Padilla - 03/30/2018

Congress is out on recess until April 9, but they have a full schedule when they get back.

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Organizational Updates from Indivisible

We have exciting updates to share with you about how things are working at Indivisible.

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Endorsing a Candidate And Coming Out Stronger: How CA-50’s Indivisible Groups Did It

- 03/19/2018

CA50 explains how they put the Indivisible Endorsement Guide in action to make the first Indivisible congressional endorsement in California.

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What Could Happen on Capitol Hill in March

Angel Padilla - 03/05/2018

The Congressional calendar for March is packed, so we wanted to give you a rundown of some of the key issues on Capitol Hill this month.

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Sales Tactics from Somerville: Bringing in New Members the Way Businesses Bring in Clients

- 02/28/2018

Indivisible Soerville shares insights into how their outreach team recruits and retains members.

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Women’s March Moments

- 01/29/2018

Indivisible group leaders share reflections on where they were and how they felt on the day of the first Women’s March in 2017, when Trump...

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What Could Happen in February

Angel Padilla - 01/26/2018

The Congressional calendar for February is still in flux, but we wanted to give...

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A Bad Deal for Dreamers

Let the Senate know that you’re going to keep fighting, and you expect them to...

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Republicans Shut Down the Government

Angel Padilla - 01/20/2018

In the entire history of our country, the government has NEVER shut down when one party controlled the Congress and the White House. It’s called “...

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Trump’s Tweets of Support for Iran Don’t Hold Up. Let’s Stop Him From Making Things Worse.

- 01/05/2018

Amidst a complex background of economic and political grievances, droves of...

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New Look, Same Great Grassroots Movement

Sarah Dohl - 11/29/2017

You built our brand, you are our brand, and now we have a mark that represents that.

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Transforming Resistance into Political Power

Mari Urbina - 11/11/2017

In yesterday’s wave, voters around the country loudly rejected Trump and his politics of hate and helped usher a slate of historic wins. We’re...

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Indivisible Chicago Takes On Cross-Check

- 11/09/2017

Indivisible Chicago tells the story of how they discovered some smoking-gun evidence that the problematic Interstate Crosscheck program had some...

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A Note from Leah and Ezra on a New Funder

Indivisible is first and foremost accountable to the Indivisible group leaders and members across the country

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Rep. Reichert’s Retirement

- 09/29/2017

Rep. Dave Reichert (WA-08) became a real-life example of this when, after nine months of constant pressure from constituents, he announced he...

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Standing Up for Sanctuary in Los Angeles

- 09/28/2017

Indivisible Highland Park, in Los Angeles, has taken on a critical role in the fight for sanctuary policies in LA. On September 7th, members of...

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This is the Story of How We Killed TrumpCare

- 08/25/2017

Explore this timeline of the health care fight.

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Looking back: New Year, New Me, New US

- 07/20/2017

Today, on the six month anniversary of Trump’s inauguration as president, one of the first local Indivisible group leaders takes a look back on...

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Indivisible's Electoral Strategy

Mari Urbina - 07/07/2017

Indivisible 435: Building power for the thousands of Indivisible groups in every one of the 435 congressional districts. 

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Building the Indivisible Organization

Ezra Levin - 05/15/2017

    This post is all about why we founded an organization and what it’s doing to support that broader movement.

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Indivisible’s Fundraising Philosophy: Fueled by Small Donations

Ezra Levin - 05/15/2017

We commit to a funding strategy that protects our core mission: fundamentally we exist to serve a growing movement of local Indivisible groups....

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The Indivisible Movement

Ezra Levin - 05/11/2017

As former congressional staffers, we know how Congress works. We thought we could demystify congress and give people the practical information...

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