Many people everywhere demand impeachment. Join with Stand on Every Corner PDX, SW Huddle, Indivisible 97201, and Indivisible Clackamas to protest with "IMPEACH" banners on high overpasses throughout the Portland metro area during the evening commute. Details here or email email@example.com.
WALK WITH INCO IN THE ASTORIA REGATTA GRAND LAND PARADE Saturday, August 10 • noon - 2 pm • downtown Astoria
Mark your calendar now so you can be part of this year's Regatta parade, celebrating the 125th anniversary of the Astoria Regatta. INCO always gets a big cheer as we walk. The parade is about 1 mile, with lots of cheers from spectators - plus historic figures, music, tons of spectators, and a terrific opportunity to introduce INCO to even more people!
INDIVISIBLE OREGON'S TUESDAY CALL OF THE WEEK Tell your Members of Congress: Most of our congressional delegation went to the border this week. We thank them for bearing witness. Now we need them to take the next step. The conditions in these camps are impeachable offenses. They must call for an immediate impeachment inquiry - loudly and publicly.
Senator Merkley's DC office: 202-224-3753. Senator Wyden's DC office: 202-224-5244.
Congresswoman Bonamici's DC office: 202-225-0855
Join other Oregon Indivisibles and call your MoCs on Tuesday. Contact info is here.
Tuesday, July 30 and Wednesday, July 31 6 pm, Pacific Daylight Time on CNN
Check out the news about the 20 candidates in these debates, including brief profiles. The Democratic National Committee (DNC) doubled the polling and grass-roots fundraising requirements from its initial summer debates.
The Democratic National Committee uses grassroots fundraising as one of two ways to earn a spot in the first two primary debates — candidates had to get contributions from at least 65,000 unique donors and a minimum of 200 unique donors per state in at least 20 states. The DNC said it required candidates to provide private but verifiable documentation of their donors. If you'd like to support your favorite, visit the candidates' websites, listed on INCO's Vote the Future site.
THIS WEEK lIt's time to call your Members of Congress about the issues you care about!
UPCOMING Tuesday, July 30 and Wednesday, July 31 - Democratic Presidential Candidates Debates, 2nd round, 6 pm, PDT on CNN.
Saturday, August 3 - Astoria Community Group monthly meeting, 10:30 a.m. - noon, WineKraft, on the Riverwalk at the foot of 10th. It’s OK to bring your own food and drink. Mary Beth Cottle and Eric Halperin discuss INCO's essay contest and the Vote the Future team's projects about elections, promoting voting, improving the county's voter's pamphlet, and more.
Wednesday, August 7 - Advocacy Team monthly meeting, 6:30 - 8 pm, Seaside Library Board Room.
Thursday, August 8 - INCO Forestry-Climate Change Working Group, 7 - 8:30 pm, Astoria residence. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for directions.
Saturday, August 10 - Walk with INCO in the Astoria Regatta Grand Land Parade, noon - 2 pm. Details soon.
Wednesday, August 21 - Vote the Future (VTF) monthly meeting, 6:30 pm, Seaside Library Board Room
Thursday, August 29 - Gun Sense Advocacy with Moms Demand Action, 6:30 pm, Seaside Library Community Room. Co-hosted by INCO.
Justice will not be served until those who are unaffected are as outraged as those who are. --Benjamin Franklin
ACTIONPRIORITIES How will your Members of Congress know what you want if you don't tell them?
• Contact ONLY elected officials who represent you so you don't dilute the power of actual constituents. • It's more effective to contact your MoC about one issue at a time. • Be sure to tell your MoC when you agree with their positions and votes.