If you’re reading this guide, it’s most likely because you’re part of an Indivisible group who is somewhere along the path of working with other Indivisibles to build a statewide structure - a network, coalition, or other intentional system for working together to build power across the state.
Over the course of 2020, we saw how local groups across the country took this guide and put their own spin on it. We’ve seen groups use endorsements as a powerful tool in both primary and general elections, in red, blue, and purple districts, in open seats and seats with an incumbent. We talked to Group Leaders to hear how they used endorsements and why it was the right tool for them. As you think through the role endorsements will play in your group this cycle, we hope these stories will be helpful.
Use this document to fight against gerrymandering in your state. Learn how redistricting works, what policies that make redistricting more fair, and how you can work with democracy advocates to push for reform in your state.
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