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: On Monday, August 19, 2019, make a call to make California a more democratic place - California is one of a rapidly shrinking number of states that doesn't allow people on parole to vote. Believe it or not, it's actually in the state Constitution. Now ACA 6, the "Free the Vote Act," would amend the California Constitution … Continue reading Call in day: Voting Rights for People on Parole
Meeting with Assemblymember Buffy Wicks, AD-15, on July 16, 2019 PRESENT: Buffy Wicks; Senior Field Representative Uche Uwahemu; one additional staff person and three interns; five IEB members. This was Indivisible East Bay’s first solo meeting with Assemblymember Wicks, following our May 10, 2019 meeting with her and Asm. Rob Bonta. We gave Wicks and her … Continue reading IEB 7/16/19 Meeting with Assemblymember Buffy Wicks, AD-15
By Haleh S The security and integrity of U.S. elections has been heatedly discussed in public, and by the media and politicians, especially since our 2016 election. The terms election security and election integrity are often used interchangeably, with much of the recent focus on election security - generally referring to steps we take to … Continue reading Building a Team to Secure Our Elections
Action deadline: Friday April 26 and ongoing - There’s strength in numbers. (Go Warriors!) Every vote matters, and we need to do everything in our power to combat voter suppression. Restoring voting rights to Californians who are on parole is a critical step, and although we can’t do this in time for the 2020 election, … Continue reading Fight Voter Suppression and Free the Vote in California!
Action deadline: ASAP and ongoing - In a rare occurrence of Mitch McConnell speaking truth to power, the Senate Obstruction Leader labeled as a power grab the Democrats' provisions in H.R. 1 to expand voting rights, including to make Election Day a holiday. Making it easier for people to vote? Guilty as charged, Mitch! And speaking of … Continue reading Restore released felons’ federal voting rights
Whose House? Our House! If they ever turn the story of the 2018 midterm elections into a movie, the culmination of the film will certainly be January 3, 2019. After the stunning Democratic victory in November — a Blue Wave that resulted in a gain of 40 seats and control of the House — a … Continue reading IEB shows up big time for January 3 Day of Action
Democrats take over the House of Representatives on January 3, 2018. Let’s show them we mean business! Whose House? Our House!
Deliver a “Back-to-Congress” backpack of tools to help Rep. DeSaulnier represent us in Congress .
By Ward Kanowsky Close to 450 attendees braved the wind and rain to join Representative Eric Swalwell (CA-15) on December 1 at Dublin High School for his last town hall of 2018. Swalwell gave an overview of HR 1, the new Congress’ first major piece of legislation in 2019, touching on key issues of voting rights … Continue reading Swalwell final 2018 Town Hall