The collective energy of Indivisibles across a state can be powerful. Coordinating with other groups in your state is just another type of coalition building and achieves the purposes of reducing redundancy, expanding reach, and building power. Indivisibles in some states have already begun to work together in various ways from Indivisible Illinois’ statewide call to Indivisible CA: StateStrong's statewide state legislative working group. Whatever form it takes, cementing some sort of communication or coordination structure for state legislative efforts will elevate your advocacy, allow for Indivisible cohesion, and create a stronger coalition of groups that can mobilize around a legislative campaign. By working together, you’ll be able to mobilize the relevant groups at the relevant time to have the most impact. Find a way that works for the groups in your state.
Below are a few different ideas of ways you can implement statewide collaboration based on what Indivisibles in other states have tried.