Friday, December 20, 2019

Action: Thank You For 2019

O DECEMBER 20, 2019

THANK YOU FOR 2019- LET’S GET READY FOR 2020

BACKGROUND:

On December 18, 2019, Donald J. Trump became the third president in US history to be impeached.
We made this happen.
Thanks to all who knocked doors, made phone calls, and wrote postcards to get OUR HOUSE back.
Thanks to all those who supported impeachment by calling Congress, coming to #IndivisibleTuesday district visits, attending town halls, and showing up at rallies/protests.
We don’t know what will happen next, but we know that we are on the side of right, doing what needs to be done – standing up for our country, our democracy.
Indivisible Oregon will be taking a break from daily calls to action from December 232019 to January 3, 2020.  Below are some actions for the holiday break.
Then we will come back rested and ready for 2020!

ACTION ONE: MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN 2020 – DONATE TO SWING LEFT WITH INDIVISIBLE OREGON 

THIS HOLIDAY SEASON, INDIVISIBLE OREGON HAS SET A GOAL TO RAISE $5,000 FOR SWING LEFT’S NATIONAL IMPACT FUND.  WITH YOUR HELP, WE CAN POWER THE FIGHT TO FLIP THE WHITE HOUSE, SENATE AND KEY STATE LEGISLATORS IN 2020. 100% OF FUNDS RAISED GO DIRECTLY TO CANDIDATES- DONATE NOWHTTPS://SWINGLEFT.ORG/FUNDRAISE/IO_FLIP_IT_BLUE

ACTION TWO: CALL YOUR SENATORS

SAMPLE SCRIPT FOR WYDEN AND MERKLEY:

My name is [–] and I’m a constituent from [city], Oregon [zip code]. I am calling because…
Thank you for supporting the impeachment inquiry. I urge you to advocate for a visibly fair, bipartisan trial that includes witnesses, documents, and time for both Democrats and Republicans to fully present their case and to reject anything less.

ACTION THREE: CALL YOUR HOUSE REP

Not sure who your U.S. Representative is? Find out here. 

SAMPLE SCRIPTS FOR REPRESENTATIVES:

My name is [–] and I’m a constituent from [city], Oregon [zip code]. I am calling because…
For Blumenauer, Bonamici, DeFazio, Schrader: Thank you for voting yes to impeach Trump.  Please keep working for a visibly fair, bipartisan trial that includes witnesses, documents, and time for both Democrats and Republicans to fully present their case and reject anything less.
For WaldenI was deeply disappointed that Rep. Walden lacked the courage to do his constitutional duty and vote for the articles of impeachment against Donald Trump. History will judge him accordingly, recognizing that he refused to speak out against Trump’s trampling on the rule of law, and put party over country rather than protecting the integrity of our elections.

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