Tuesday, July 30 - Phone Bank and Debate Watch Parties / Voting Rights Vigil / Indivisible National Call

Actions You Can Take Today


Action 1: TONIGHT and TOMORROW - Phone Banking and Debate Watch Parties

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 2: Vigil in Chicago in Support of our Voting Rights on 8/6

For decades, our right to vote was protected under the Voting Rights Act, but in 2013 the Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act in Shelby v. Holder decision, and unleashed a new wave of voter suppression.

On the anniversary of the Voting Rights Act, leaders across the country are hosting candlelight vigils to call on Congress to restore the protections in the Voting Rights Act. On Tuesday, August 6,, Public Citizen, United for Democracy Now, NextGen, Daily Kos, and many other groups will be having a vigil in Chicago and across the country to Shine a Light for Democracy. 

When: Tuesday, August 6 from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Where: Tribune Tower (435 N. Michigan)
RSVP here and share on Facebook

Action via United for Democracy Now Events and Actions Page


Action 3: Indivisible Activist Call on August 1

Join Indivisible for our monthly National Activist call. This month we’ll be debriefing the debates, talking about August recess, and looking ahead to a September week of action on immigration. All group leaders, group members, and other Indivisible activists are welcome.

Sign up for the call on August 1 at 7 p.m.

Daily Actions Editor