Monday, October 8 - Phone Bank for Kwame Raoul / Support Women Candidates / Indivisible Chicago Podcast

Actions You Can Take Today

Action 1: TOMORROW - Phone Bank for Kwame Raoul

After the terrible setback on the Supreme Court this weekend, are you looking for a way to make a positive impact? Join a phone bank tomorrow evening to help elect Kwame Raoul, a champion of police reform, as our next Attorney General.

You’ll be joining Ann Williams, Sara Feigenholtz, Kelly Cassidy, and some special guests from Planned Parenthood Illinois Action for this special phone bank. We'll have wine, pizza and even some fun prizes!

When: Tuesday, October 9 from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m.
Where: 372 West Ontario Street, Chicago
RSVP and share on Facebook

If Tuesday doesn’t work for you, the campaign will be hosting phone banks every Tuesday and Thursday up through Election Day! Different groups will sponsor each evening, and Indivisible Chicago's Facebook page will promote them.


Action 2: Support Women Candidates in Illinois

We’re not going to sugarcoat it. This weekend was devastating. However, we cannot give up. We must continue to lift up the voice and stories of women and bring as many feminists into office as possible on November 6.

Time is running out before election day, and we need to elect as many Democratic women to office as we can and fight back against a party that dismisses, disrespects and silences women.

You can help by donating to, volunteering for, and amplifying these women candidates on social media to help them win on November 6:

Action 3: Listen to the Indivisible Chicago Podcast Blue Wave Rave Recap

Every Sunday, Indivisible Chicago members Tom Moss releases a new episode of the Indivisible Chicago Podcast (ICP). 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.

This week, we a look back at the Blue Wave Rave held last Wednesday, October 3 at the Athenaeum Theater. Second City’s TJ Shanoff directed the show, and he joins the ICP to recap and look ahead. Also, Marj Halperin, show organizer and IC Executive Committee member, comes on to reemphasize what the event was really all about: getting members out knocking on doors during the critical weeks leading up to November 6.

There are still doors to knock. Sign up now at

Daily Actions Editor