Deadline - URGENT - Election Day Did you know that almost all neighborhood polling places in Alameda County will be closed on Election Day in favor of a few "accessible polling locations" not restricted by neighborhood residency? Did you know that there will be no signs at the closed locations telling voters where to go? … Continue reading Do YOU Know Where to Vote in Alameda County?
Deadline: NOW! The election is just a blink away! We bet that, like us, you’ve known since November 7, 2016 how you’re voting in the 2020 election. We also wager that nothing could keep you from voting, and that you know how, when and where you’ll vote (or you’ve already voted!). But plenty of swing … Continue reading It Won’t Mean a Thing If We Don’t Get Those Swing (States)
Dear Warriors for Justice, The presidential campaign has been going on for approximately 150 years, and it’s almost over. We’ve got three words for you: DON’T STOP NOW. OK, a few more words, but if you can't read this whole letter, here’s the big takeaway: when the election's over, and you’re waiting for the results, … Continue reading Let’s Go Win This Forking Election!
A global pandemic and political turmoil can’t slow Indivisible East Bay down! Our monthly All Members Meeting via Zoom on June 28 was jam-packed with our usual full agenda. Kicking off with intros, we reprised the popular icebreaker from our June 13 Voter Outreach Palooza by sharing ideas for the first bill we each want … Continue reading June All Members Meeting recap
The National Voting Rights Task Force, a non-partisan voting rights organization, will host its third National Election Integrity Conference on October 5-6, from 10 am to 6 pm in Berkeley, at the South Berkeley Senior Center, 2939 Ellis Street, corner of Ashby Avenue, near the Ashby BART station. Entitled The Coming 2020 Election Crisis: In Paper We … Continue reading 2019 National Election Integrity Conference
Deadline: Tuesday, June 11 - As you know, Indivisible East Bay has committed to help flip four seats in the Virginia state legislature from Republican to Democratic this fall. Before we get there, though, there's a critical Democratic primary next Tuesday, June 11 in Virginia's 35th Senate district, where newcomer Yasmine Taeb is taking on party … Continue reading We Love Virginia Voters
Updated May 1: Read below for all details and to see all upcoming dates (and check back for additional dates). Note that if a date has no link to RSVP you can RSVP and send any questions directly to host Nancy Klein at email@example.com or 510-917-4045 Think nothing is happening in May 2019, so far from … Continue reading Phone and text bank for special elections
Ion Y contributed to this article The 2020 election may be the most consequential election of our lives, and we must ensure that it’s secure and that all our votes are counted. Ballot Marking Devices (BMDs), electronic marking devices that don’t make a lasting paper record of a vote, are used in 20 states statewide; … Continue reading Ballot Marking Devices: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Updated May 1: More phone & text banking dates have been added! Read below for all details and to see all upcoming dates. Note that there may not be links to RSVP for some dates - please RSVP and send any questions directly to host Nancy Klein at firstname.lastname@example.org or 510-917-4045 Think nothing is happening … Continue reading Phone and text bank for 2019 special elections
Secretary of State -- that's a position we often don’t pay attention to till election time rolls around and we realize we're stuck with a Republican who has abused the position to disenfranchise minorities and suppress voters' rights -- Georgia, we're lookin' at you! Georgia, where Brian Kemp, who "won" (yeah, we do mean cheated … Continue reading Help elect Barrow Georgia Sec’y of State