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We’re a grassroots movement of thousands of local Indivisible groups with a mission to elect progressive leaders, rebuild our democracy, and defeat the Trump agenda.

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09/26/2019

This vote wasn't just a question of righting the past; as the administration publicly talks about stealing billions more next year, it has massive implications for the future too. As the Trump...

09/25/2019

This morning, a coalition of some of the country’s largest grassroots organizations—including By The People, CREDO Action, Indivisible, March For Truth, MoveOn, Mainers for Accountable Leadership...

09/24/2019

We're glad Speaker Pelosi finally said out loud what a majority of the Democratic Caucus and constituents have been saying for...

08/28/2019

Today, the Indivisible Project launched its campaign to end the filibuster. The campaign aims to demystify the filibuster and have the Indivisible community pressure their senators and the 2020...

08/28/2019

As momentum continues to grow for impeachment during ‘Impeachment August,’ a coalition of grassroots organizations led by Indivisible, MoveOn, Need to Impeach, and Stand Up America is ramping up...

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...

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