Indivisible CA: State Strong | 2018 Legislative Session Victories

Brought to you by a member of the Members of Congress (MoC) Watchdog Issue Team,  Alex Kane Indivisible CA State Strong is a coalition of Indivisible groups that work on advocacy at the CA state level, targeting policy. The 2018 legislative session just ended, and boy did State Strong hit it out of the park!…

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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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Bridge Brigades | Success and More to Come (Please Volunteer!)

The following is a note from Charles McIntyre, the coordinator of the Bridge Brigades. All- Thank you for making a super positive and excellent bridge brigade last Friday! It went off like clockwork and the signs were super visible.  Thank you for showing up early and getting the job done! Here’s a comment from a…

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Nunes Failure to Meet with British Intelligence

Highlighted for your attention by the International Relations Issue Team: Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Devin Nunes traveled to London this month to dig up dirt on Christopher Steele, the ex-M16 spy responsible for the dossier alleging a conspiracy between Trump and Moscow officials prior to the 2016 election, according to a Tuesday report…

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Focus on CA District 22 | Andrew Janz Record July Fund Raising

Santa Cruz Indivisible is pro-democracy and party/candidate neutral. We are sharing this information so members to know more about California’s 21st and 22nd congressional districts. Highlighted for your attention by Fred Seamon, a member of the SCI International Relations issue team: According to the latest news from the Fresno Bee, Andrew Janz raised nearly $1…

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