Wine and Signs | It’s Our Anniversary!

We are celebrating 8 months of Wine & Signs!  Each month, members come to one of six locations and send off those Pats (Thank you!) or Prods (Get it done!) to our Members of Congress and many others. Look at our calendar for upcoming Wine & Signs and check out our anniversary video below. https://www.facebook.com/santacruzindivisible/videos/2046850582239106/

Why Courts Matter & Action is Needed to Stop GOP Judicial Stacking

A Blue Wave in November is coming … when we take back the House we can reverse Trump’s Executive Orders. However, Judicial seats are being forced by the GOP without the use of the Blue Slip Process and some with little or no hearings. This will affect our civil rights for MANY decades. Senator Harris…

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2018 California Primaries – The Results are In!

Here are key numbers for 2018 turnout vs. 2014: CA-22 = D+32% R-36% (Nunes) CA-25 = D+80% R-2% (Knight) CA-39 = D+83% R-6% (Royce) CA-45 = D+76% R-14% (Walters) CA-48 = D+62% R-12% (Rohrabacher) CA-49 = D+60% R-6% (Issa) CA-50 = D+44% R-9% (Hunter) Santa Cruz had a 24.47% voter turnout for the Primary. That’s…

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California Leadership Series | Representatives Panetta and Eshoo

The first California Leadership Series on May 31st with Jimmy Panetta, Anna Eschoo and moderated by John Laird was a great success!  Excellent rounds of questions submitted by the audience provided us with candid answers and some humorous responses.  Photography by Jennifer Kane photography.com Look at our Event Calendar for the next California Leadership Series: Santa Cruz Indivisible Presents A…

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City on the Hill Press | Second Annual March for Science

UCSC students and Santa Cruz community demand diversity in STEM By Ray Inoue – April 26, 2018 Amanda Brambila approached the microphone at City Hall as the final speaker in the Santa Cruz March for Science with UC Santa Cruz’s Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans (SACNAS) chapter following with banners and picket signs. “Behind me…

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