Tuesday, October 8 - Rust Belt Rising Interview / Volunteer for Sean Casten / Wisconsin-to-Win 2020 Train
Actions You Can Take Today
Action 1: TOMORROW - Rust Belt Rising Interview with Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes and Midwest Poll Briefing on Wednesday, October 9 at 6 p.m.
Action 2: Volunteer to help Representative Sean Casten get on the ballot on October 13 and 14
Action 3: Wisconsin-to-Win 2020 Train with Indivisible on Saturday, October 19
Action 1: TOMORROW - Rust Belt Rising Interview with Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes
Rust Belt Rising is bringing the Democratic Party back to its roots as the party of working families by preparing candidates on critical issues. Listen in as they interview Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes about the campaign he ran with Gov. Tony Evers focused on shared values across urban, suburban, and rural parts of his state.
You will also hear exclusive findings from a four-state Midwest poll on what voters are most concerned about.
Action via Rust Belt Rising
Action 2: Volunteer for Rep. Sean Casten on 10/12-13
Representative Sean Casten has been a leader for Indivisible values since he displaced the GOP and won 2018... Going on record to hold Trump accountable and holding multiple town halls with his constituents whether they agree with him or not.
He needs thousands of signatures to secure his place on the ballot next year. To show him we have his back, Team Casten wants to put him over the top before the first anniversary of his election! All in two short weeks. Are you with us?
Sign up for a volunteer slot on October 12 and 13 in Downers Grove, Arlington Heights, Lombard, Deer Park, and Fox River Grove. At-home phone banking shifts also available.
Action 3: Wisconsin-to-Win 2020 Train with Indivisible on 10/19
Kenosha County is an absolutely critical ‘swing county’ in the ultimate swing state. Working with Kenosha County Democrats, Indivisible Chicago will be knocking on doors to educate residents about the importance of voting Democratic on Saturday, October 19. This data will be critical to 2020 Presidential Election efforts.
Join Indivisible Chicago for this day of action on Saturday, October 19. Feel free to join the group taking the Metra train to Kenosha, or drive yourself.