Together, Indivisibles have a tremendous amount of power—and endorsing is an important first step to influencing who represents us. By making endorsements, local Indivisible groups are creating meaningful pressure for their preferred policies and values, building stronger relationships with electeds, energizing their group members, building their group’s shared purpose, and contributing to the functioning of democracy.
All across the country, Indivisible groups are endorsing candidates. But we know elections—especially primaries!—can be scary for many groups. We also know there are best (and worst) practices for engaging in campaigns. That is why we wrote a guide to demystify the process a bit, with guidance for local Indivisible groups on how best to engage in both primaries and generals.Learn More
How We Make Endorsements
The Indivisible Project exists to support the work Indivisible groups are doing across the country. To further the impact and help amplify the endorsements local groups are making, Indivisible Project will facilitate a grassroots-driven national endorsement program for federal (U.S. Senate and U.S House) and gubernatorial candidates.Learn More