If you want your money to be used effectively for Democratic victories this year
Jessica Craven, author of the Chop Wood, Carry Water newsletter, recently gave a superb presentation about how to maximize, prioritize, and optimize your political donations. It was a real eye-opener, and INCO encourages you to watch the video. Jessica is, as usual, dynamic and energizing in this hour-long recording. The event was hosted by Swing Left, San Gabriel Valley (CA).
You'll hear about outstanding grassroots groups that are strengthening current election efforts and building for the future. These groups register voters, get out the vote, support specific campaigns, and mentor and support people under 40 running for office. Your money can make a vital difference to groups that have a proven record of success.
You'll also learn why and how Jess ignores many frantic campaign texts and emails. She also provides this written summaryof her suggestions.
As a full-time activist for the last 7 years, Jessica volunteers with many grassroots groups. She also researches candidates, issues, and organizations, in addition to writing her popular newsletter, Chop Wood, Carry Water.
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Whether you are able to donate a little or a lot, INCO highly recommends you consider Jessica's advice. If you don't have time to watch the video, the summary of her talk includes links to her most highly regarded organizations.
Please share this info and these links with your like-minded friends, family, and groups.
IGNORE THE NOISE - SHARE THE TRUTH
You've probably heard the noise about President Biden's age, son, and memory, but very little actual news about all the accomplishments of the Biden-Harris policies. It's up to us to tell people what the headlines and online personalities aren't saying. Other voters might not have your determination to find out what's really happening, what the truth is, and what's at stake.
"The worst four-letter word ever invented: can't." --Marin Alsop, American conductor
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