Your button will remind Americans to vote for candidates and political parties supporting reproductive rights for women. Thanks to INCO activist and leader Bebe Michel for designing and making these stellar buttons!
If you'd like this new free ROE YOUR VOTE button, send your request and mailing address to firstname.lastname@example.org
COIN endorses Tina Kotek for governor. Find out why with COIN's side-by-side comparisons of Kotek and Betsy Johnson regarding their actions and statements about climate, guns, reproductive health, housing, families, democracy, and ethics.
INCO endorsed these candidates because they align with our values, defend democracy, and oppose authoritarianism, bigotry, and corruption. INCO does not endorse candidates for city office.
Governor: Tina Kotek State Senate: Melissa Busch State Representative: Logan Laity US Senate: Ron Wyden US Representative: Suzanne Bonamici
Show your support with yard signs for these excellent candidates: Tina Kotek, Melissa Busch, and Ron Wyden. Signs for Logan Laity coming soon. Contact email@example.com with your location and the requested signs.
VOTER REGISTRATION CHANGES
Last day to change your registration with a new name, address, or other vital info is Tuesday, October 18. Without current information, you won’t receive your voter information booklet or your ballot. Contact the Clatsop Elections Office for details at 503-325-8605.
Kick off election season with at COIN's exciting event with Leah Greenberg, Indivisible co-founder and co-director. Register for the rally here.
STEP-BY-STEP TO DISRUPT DISINFORMATION
SAVE THE DATES
Wednesday, September 28 - - Candidates Forum, 7 pm, Seaside City Hall, 989 Broadway. All 11 candidates running for office in Seaside and Gearhart are invited. Hosted by Seaside AAUW and the Seaside Signal.
Thursday, October 13 - INCO's All In for the Midterms, via Zoom. 6:30-8 pm, for all INCO members. Contact Bebe at firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom link.
Tuesday, October 18 --- AAUW Candidates Forum, 7 pm, Astoria High School, with candidates for Warrenton City Commission and Astoria City Council
In case you've lost track of the numerous investigations into Trump and his accomplices, check out the very long list of them (on YouTube) recited by Sean Hannity, his confidant and Fox News person. Musical accompaniment provided by The Lincoln Project.
SAVE THE DATE! ALL INCO MEMBERS ARE INVITED! INCO's All-In-for-the-Midterms Thursday, October 13 • 6:30 - 8 pm • via Zoom Hosted by INCO's South County Community Group Contact Bebe email@example.com the Zoom link.
WRITE TO SAVE DEMOCRACY
Get out the vote for pro-democracy candidates. For free postcards, stamps, or information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
WRITE AN LTE Write a Letter to the Editor (LTE) - Write a few sentences or more, up to 250 words. Send to email@example.com, along with your name, address, and phone.
WRITE TO YOUR MEMBERS OF CONGRESS How will your Members of Congress know what you want if you don't tell them? Send a postcard, write an email through their websites. Even better - call and speak to a Congressional staffer, or leave a message. Here's contact information for Senators Wyden and Merkley, Congresswoman Bonamici, and for other elected officials..
INCO South County Community Group hosts INCO's All-In-For-The-Midterms -Thursday, October 13, 6:30-8 pm, via Zoom. Contact Bebe at firstname.lastname@example.org get the Zoom link.
INCO-Warrenton Community Group meeting.INCO's All-In-For-The-Midterms - -Thursday, October 13, 6:30-8 pm, via Zoom. Hosted by INCO South County Community Group. Contact Bebe at email@example.com get the Zoom link.
INCO Astoria/North County Community Group meeting. INCO's All-In-For-The-Midterms - Thursday, October 13, 6:30-8 pm, via Zoom. Hosted by INCO South County Community Group. Contact Bebe at firstname.lastname@example.org the Zoom link.
Every Friday - INCO Write to Voters (WTV), via Zoom, 3-4 pm. Informal chat while we write letters and postcards to voters. Contact email@example.com get the Zoom link if you haven't previously attended.
“Heroes are not giant statues framed against a red sky. They are people who say, ‘This is my community, and it’s my responsibility to make it better.’” -- Oregon Governor Tom McCall