Indivisible East Bay engages with five strongly Democratic members of Congress
Editor’s note: When you know you’re making a difference: IEB’s Governance Committee member and co-lead of Indivisible CA-11 United, Kristen Law was invited by Representative Mark DeSaulnier (CA-11) to join him at the Ultimate Women’s Power Luncheon and Issues Conference on October 19, 2017 at the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco. The event was hosted … Continue reading IEB’s Seat at the Power Table
Senator Feinstein spoke to the Greater Riverside Chambers of Commerce at a luncheon on Wednesday October 11. As you’d expect the 400 or so attendees were mostly business people among whom the senator seemed very comfortable. We’re not making any accusations—and it was likely just that the hosts were so in sync with their guest—but … Continue reading Sojourn in Southern California for Senator Feinstein
Seems obvious, right? With tiny tweeting hands on the trigger, the time is now to ramp up Senate support for S.200, the Restricting First Use of Nuclear Weapons Act, and H.R.669, the companion bill in the House of Representatives written by Rep Ted Lieu of California. Both bills would ban a presidential nuclear first strike without a declaration of … Continue reading Call to Restrict First Use of Nuclear Weapons
IEB met on August 2, 2017 with Senator Kamala Harris's District Director Daniel Chen.
We marked our 6-month anniversary of visits to Senator Feinstein’s office with another wide ranging policy discussion.
Join Congressman Mark DeSaulnier, Indivisible Guide co-author Jeremy Haile, and more than 30 activist groups at a Resistance Fair, July 29th in Pleasant Hill.
IEB joined Indivisible's first national Day of Action to #KillTheBill, speaking out and even performing a die-in outside Senator Dianne Feinstein's San Francisco office.
For the first time in almost sixteen years, there's a chance for a real debate in the Congress about our seemingly endless war in the Middle East - thanks to East Bay hero Rep. Barbara Lee.
Phone bank to help save the ACA and Medicaid.