Monday, October 30 - Join Rapid Response Team / Register to Help Get Out the Vote for Virginia Election / Listen To Indivisible Chicago Podcast

Actions You Can Take Today

  • Action 1: Join the Indivisible Chicago Rapid Response Team

  • Action 2: Register to Help Get Out the Vote for Virginia Election

  • Action 3: Listen to the Latest Episode of the Indivisible Chicago Podcast

Tools You Can Use

Action 1: Join the Indivisible Chicago Rapid Response Team

The Mueller investigation is reaching a turning point with reports of the first indictments breaking over the weekend. While we all hold our breath to see what will come next, there is a renewed threat that Trump could take action to threaten or interfere with the investigation, such as firing Mueller. Such an act would initiate a huge constitutional crisis, and we must be ready to respond.

Indivisible Chicago is teaming with MoveOn.org and the March for Truth to plan a rapid response event should Robert Mueller be fired by Donald Trump. We don't know exactly when this will happen, if it happens at all, so we need you to sign up for emergency alerts so we can signal the call to action.

Join the Indivisible Chicago Rapid Response Team to make sure you stay in the loop for any emergency actions.

Action 2: Phone Bank at Home to Get Out the Vote for Virginia Election

For too long, Democrats have been ignoring state politics and have allowed Republicans to take over both state legislatures and the Governor's offices. Out of 50 states, 34 of them have Republican governors. We have to turn the tide, starting with the 2017 Virginia Governor's race.

Virginians go to the polls on November 7th. Let's make sure the turnout in 2017 is strong enough to put us over the top. Register for Indivisible GOTV tool, pick a shift, and make get-out-the-vote calls from the comfort of your home!

Action 3: Listen to the Latest Episode of the Indivisible Chicago Podcast

Every Sunday, Indivisible Chicago members Tom Moss and Dan Nelson release a new episode of the Indivisible Chicago Podcast. It’s a great way to keep up with the latest news about the Indivisible movement on a local level and to stay plugged in to upcoming efforts around the city.

In this episode, Moss and Dusek speak about bond court reforms with Sharlyn Grace, Policy Analyst for the Chicago Appleseed Fund for Justice and cofounder of the Chicago Community Bond Fund. They are also joined by Alex Muhammad, the lead south suburban organizer for the People’s Lobby and lead staff for mass incarceration. Additionally, Deidra Hewitt and Gigi Delugo talk about good places to donate for USVI relief, such as UI-V3

Give it a listen here and subscribe via iTunes to follow along with new episodes.

 

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