STATEMENTS

08/20/2019

Today, the Indivisible Project, released two digital ads in New Jersey focused on Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ-05), a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, drawing attention to his recent...

08/06/2019

According to a survey conducted following last week’s presidential primary debates, Senator Elizabeth Warren continues to be the first choice among the Indivisible community. Of 16,300 respondents...

07/31/2019

Following the first night of the second round of Democratic primary debates in Detroit, the Indivisible Project surveyed the Indivisible community via SMS text message. Our survey shows that the...

07/02/2019

Indivisibles are clearly excited by the historic candidates we’re seeing this cycle. Warren, Harris, Buttigieg, Castro, and Booker received the highest net support in our survey, and each of their...

06/26/2019

Eight organizations from the immigrant justice and progressive movements announced its Free To Move, Free To Stay: A New Framework on Immigration for Progressives, setting a new standard for...

06/11/2019

Today, the Indivisible Project released results from a recent survey of Indivisible group members and supporters gauging support for Democrats beginning impeachment proceedings. 

06/06/2019

For the last two years, we've counted ourselves as deeply fortunate to know Herb, and to benefit from his advice and guidance. Herb was brilliant, incisive, funny, kind, and a relentless force for...

06/04/2019

Today, the Dream and Promise Act passed the House of Representatives as H.R. 6, a clear indication of its level of priority within the Democratic Party. It’s about time. We congratulate the...

05/07/2019

Detention Watch Network, Indivisible Project and Faith in Action’s immigrants’ rights program, LA RED are demanding an immediate investigation and public release of the findings related to the...

05/03/2019

What just happened in Florida is an insult to democracy and spits in the face of the 5.2 million Florida voters who voted to pass Amendment 4 in November. With the compromise legislation that was...

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