By Leah Greenberg, Indivisible co-founder

Note: This email was sent out on Friday night.

I’m going to be honest: this is one of those weeks where if it’s not your job to pay attention to what’s happening in Washington, you might be confused.
But I’m writing because something really important and…


By Leah Greenberg, Indivisible co-founder

Hi Indivisibles,

Leah here. You know that when it comes to legislative strategy, we try to give it to you straight. Our goal is to demystify what’s going on in D.C. so you can best strategize on the ground for impact. …


By Ezra Levin, Indivisible co-founder

Ezra here with an update on where things stand on the democracy fight. I hate getting emails all the time that say, “the sky is falling!” The only thing worse is blindly optimistic emails that promise victory with no believable plan or hope for achieving…


By Ezra Levin, Co-Founder & Co-Executive Director, Indivisible

Deadline for Democracy

We’re in the middle of the Deadline for Democracy campaign (more than 300 local events so far — get in on this!!), so I want to focus on how we expect the For the People Act legislative fight to play out in the coming weeks.

But first a little preface…


Indivisibles,

It’s Meagan again! (You’re going to get sick of me soon — let’s pass democracy reform and I’ll stop emailing you at all hours.)

Quick state of play on the For the People Act: Nine days ago, Joe Manchin wrote an op-ed that said he’d “vote against” S.1, the…


By Ezra Levin, Co-Founder & Co-Executive Director, Indivisible

Profile view of West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin in a navy blue suit and purple tie, slouched down in a chair in a Senate Committee room with glasses balanced on the end of his nose, seemingly thinking about how he isn’t going to do his Constitutional duty to protect people’s voting rights and our nation’s democracy.

If you had the misfortune of being online this weekend, you might have seen Senator Manchin’s op-ed explaining his opposition to the For the People Act (here). The piece is riddled with historical falsehoods and bizarre, antiquated political analysis. We won’t spend a lot of time on that (Rep. Mondaire…


by Meagan Hatcher-Mays

The State of the Union is an opportunity for the current president to lay out their priorities to the American people. There is no better opportunity than the State of the Union for the president to offer their vision for our country, and our shared commitment to our democracy. …


When we launched the Indivisible Guide in the wake of the 2016 election, we could only hope it would help inspire everyday people to see their power. What we saw was amazing: What started as a Google Doc has grown into a nationwide network of thousands of local groups taking…


Indivisibles,

So many of us remember where we were winding into the late hours of July 27, 2017, after months of our movement organizing to defeat Trumpcare: we’d pressured our senators wherever we could find them; forced Schumer to employ that fated procedural maneuver “withholding consent”; made tens of thousands…


Your handy mini-guide on how to talk to your friends, family, and loved ones about the elections these next 12 days.

Take a deep breath. No, really — if you are able to — put one palm on your chest, the other on the nape of your neck, and take a long deep breath in. And then a long deep breath out. …

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