Category: Elections

Good Times | Santa Cruz Indivisible Sets Sights on Unseating Nunes

Local Democrats with two years worth of pent-up energy are eager to make a difference this November. And one way to do that, they’ve decided, is to look outside the county. Santa Cruz Indivisible has set its sights on two districts, California’s 21st Congressional District, home to Republican Congressmember David Valadao and its 22nd, home to Congressmember Devin Nunes. The…

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September Swell – Sign up NOW to do the work!

On Saturday, September 8,  Santa Cruz Indivisible hosted the Blue Wave Recruitment event. Almost two hundred people come to see how they could FLIP the congress in the mid-term elections. Huge thanks to all that attended, volunteered, and helped to make this event happen. Our work is far from over but we all have to…

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Obama Campaigns for Democratic Candidates in California

Former President Barack Obama spoke at a rally in Anaheim, California, to support Democratic congressional candidates running for office in districts that Hillary Clinton won in 2016. Obama touted the seven candidates – Josh Harder (CA-10), TJ Cox (CA-21), Katie Hill (CA-25), Gil Cisneros (CA-39), Katie Porter (CA-45), Harley Rouda (CA-48), and Mike Levin (CA-49)…

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Intro to Canvassing Workshops | Help Increase Voter Turnout!

The mid-term elections are less than three months away, and we — Santa Cruz Indivisible (SCI) and Swing Left Santa Cruz — are building our forces to flip the Congress from red to blue in the midterm elections. If you are interested in increasing progressive voter turnout in districts that are currently Republican, SCI is…

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Leadership Series | Conversation about Voting Rights and Elections

Last night’s Conversation about Voting Rights and Elections at the Rio Theatre was a smashing success. John Laird led the discussion with Secretary of State Alex Padilla and Santa Cruz County Registrar of Voters Gail Pellerin. “I was amazed that hundreds of people turned out on the Friday night of Labor Day weekend. We had…

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