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Indivisible released the following statement following the reelection of US Senator Ed Markey in the Massachusetts Democratic Primary.


Alex Morse championed a progressive vision for the future of Western Mass and never compromised on his values.


Indivisible calls for the swift arrest and indictment of the officers involved in the shooting of Jacob Blake.


Amidst the escalating crises of the COVID-19 pandemic, economic collapse, and active sabotage of the United States Postal Service, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell adjourned the Senate until...


The historic selection will make Harris the first Black and Indian-American woman nominated for Vice President by a major political party, and only the third woman in American political history...


Indivisible announces its endorsement of Ilhan Omar in the race for Minnesota’s Fifth Congressional District


As John Lewis said: ‘Democracy is not a state. It is an act, and each generation must do its part…’ President Obama is right that the filibuster is a ‘Jim Crow relic’ that stands between us and...


With less than one hundred days to go before Election Day, Indivisible announced the launch of a dynamic, multi-faceted electoral program powered by their nationwide grassroots network to defeat...


New Partners Include Community Change Action, CREW, CWA, Demand Justice, Leadership Conference, MoveOn, Public Citizen...


A dozen of the country’s largest progressive organizations, including American Federation of Teachers, Color of Change, Greenpeace, SEIU, MoveOn, Indivisible and United We Dream, released a letter...