Monday, July 29 - Phone Bank for WI / Phone Bank and Debate Watch Parties / Indivisible Chicago Podcast

Actions You Can Take Today

  • Action 1: TONIGHT - Phone Bank for Wisconsin

    • Chicago: from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at 2234 W. Irving Park Rd.

    • Evanston: from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at 319 Wesley, Evanston

  • Action 2: Phone banking and debate watch parties 7/30-31

    • July 30 at Sulzer Library (4455 N. Lincoln)

    • July 30 at Terry's Toffee (1009 Armitage) and Tripoli Tavern (1147 W Armitage Ave)

    • July 31 at 47th Ward Democrats office (2234 W. Irving Park) and Gideon Welles Pub (4500 N Lincoln Ave)

  • Action 3: Listen to the latest episode of the Indivisible Chicago Podcast with Kina Collins, candidate for Congress 

 

Action 1: TONIGHT - Phone Banking and Letter Writing in Chicago and Evanston

All predictive lists concur that Wisconsin, with just 10 electoral votes, could easily be the state that determines the 2020 presidential winner. You can make a crucial difference!

Phone banking: Call “friendlies” – people who have volunteered with Democrats in the past. We’ll be inviting them to a volunteer party in their home WI county, where they will hear from local leaders and get them re-engaged. Bring laptop, earphones, phone, and chargers.

Letter writing: Write letters to get likely Democratic voters to register to vote. Bring a book of first-class stamps if you can. Any donation is appreciated.

Make a difference at a phone bank/letter-writing session tonight!

  • Chicago: from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at 2234 W. Irving Park Rd.

  • Evanston: from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at 319 Wesley, Evanston

 

Action 2: Phone Banking and Debate Watch Parties 7/30-31

Is it a phone bank? A debate watch? A party? Yes! In fact it’s the Wisconsin Phone Bank Debate Watch Party on Tuesday, July 30 and Wednesday, July 31. 

Blue Beginning and Indivisible Chicago are working with the Democratic Party of Wisconsin to contact people who have volunteered for them in the past. We’ll be inviting these folks to attend parties in their home counties, where WisDems will reconnect with them and preview their plans for 2020. As you know, Wisconsin is probably the most important state on the electoral map. This is the first of many projects we’ll be undertaking to help our neighbors win there.  

Get full details below:

  • July 30 at Sulzer Library (4455 N. Lincoln)

  • July 30 at Terry's Toffee (1009 Armitage) and Tripoli Tavern (1147 W Armitage Ave)

  • July 31 at 47th Ward Democrats office (2234 W. Irving Park) and Gideon Welles Pub (4500 N Lincoln Ave)

Action 3: Indivisible Chicago Podcast with Kina Collins

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.

Opening: History may be kind to Mueller, but after his performance on Wednesday, the pundits have not been. When it comes to removing the current president from office, what’s next?

Segment 1: Kina Collins is an activist working to end gun violence, a healthcare advocate, and now she’s running for Congress in Illinois 7. She joins to talk about the vitality of that district as well as the challenges it faces.  While IC makes no endorsement, more info about Kina and her campaign may be found at kinaforcongress.com.

Segment 2: Mike Lenehan is a leader of the Blue Beginning chapter of the Indivisible Chicago Alliance. He joins to discuss efforts to support out our neighbors to the north in 2020. More info about those activities may be found at bluebeginning.org.

Daily Actions Editor