The Senate races in Georgia are incredibly important. Here is how you can help:
Indivisible is organizing letters to Georgia voters here.
This site has links to ways to phonebank, send postcards, and help get out the vote.
For out-of-state volunteers, letter writing and postcards is yet another way to help. You can request a bundle of postcards and addresses at https://postcardstoswingstates.com/. Postcards will be mailed Dec. 26-28th.
And, watch for NWSOFA-Indivisible's Nov. 30 Day of Action, details are TBA.
Maggie Trevor on Friday conceded the Illinois 54th House race. This one hurts. In 2018, Maggie came within 43 votes of winning this seat. This year, just as she did before, Maggie ran a campaign that was progressive, brave, honest, and caring. She prioritized health care, tax reform, equality in education, environmental protections and good faith government. In doing so, Maggie has laid a strong foundation for future Democratic leaders in Palatine Township and the 54th District. As she wrote in her concession post on her Facebook page, "Now is the time to turn our focus to upcoming municipal races, to further grow our party, and to rally behind our promising office holders, activists, and future candidates who will turn the 54th blue in 2022."
Let's get to work.
Photo: Democratic Committeeperson Maria Galo on the left, Maggie Trevor on the right at a Black Lives Matter Rally at Margreth Riemer Reservoir, June 4, 2020.
This Wednesday!! Women Running for Office: Women Electeds Share Their Advice on How to Run for Public Office
Local elections are around the corner (really!) and people are considering whether to run for public office. On Wednesday, Nov. 11, local elected officials are gathering to give their advice, especially to women candidates. What are the unique obstacles women face and how can they overcome them and win? Sign up here! The link to the WebEx online meeting will be in your automatic RSVP email, so make sure to look for that reply.