Our hearts are with everyone as wildfires affect nearly all Oregonians. The fires remind us that our planet is fragile and that we are all in this together. Stay safe. Stay in touch. 
-- INCO Leadership Team

Here's one way to support the network of relief organizations working with Oregonians devastated by the 2020 wildfires. 
Only 50 days until the election, November 3.
Help democracy win.

This is one of the most competitive races in the state. 
 Debbie needs your help to win and to keep Democrats in the House majority! 

PHONE BANK: Join Debbie and her campaign in calling voters throughout September!  TO SIGN UP, enter your contact info and select the dates you’re available for virtual phone-banks throughout September using this google form link: Phonebank Sign-Up Form

TEXT BANK: Text voters within your personal network and within Debbie’s district using our handy and efficient phone application, OutVote! Sign up for an OutVote training by entering your contact info and selecting which date you’re available using this google form link: OutVote Training Sign-Up Form

WANT TO HELP IN ANOTHER WAY?   Help us raise money for yard signs by donating today!   Or check out our other volunteer opportunities HERE.

20 minutes a day can help elect YOUR candidates. Write, text, or call voters.

Phonebanking 101: Training to Call Voters with Indivisible Oregon Thursdays 5-5:30 pm, followed by phonebanking from 5:30 to 8 p.m. 
Phonebanking: Call Swing Voters with Indivisible Oregon Thursdays 5:30-8 pm 
Swing Left: Write Letters to Voters in Super States! Saturdays Noon-2  pm 
Virtual Postcard Party - using Reclaim Our Vote, Sundays 3-5 pm

LETTERS TO VOTERS: Sign up to personalize printed letters to voters at
POSTCARDS TO VOTERS: Sign up to write postcards to voters at
Contact INCO if you need supplies, postage, or help!
Every vote matters.Thanks for acting for democracy.
Donate $10, and Indivisible matches it with another $10.
Whatever amount you donate HERE will pay for postcards, stamps, and envelopes to let INCO members write more voters. Indivisible matches all donations to INCO through September 20, up to a total of $350. 
Thank you for your financial support!

In Oregon, we value our way of life. That won’t change even as we look forward to new jobs in the future and rebuild our communities from the wildfires. But some of the corporations that fund Timber Unity PAC loudly push us away from new industries and new jobs. They want to get as much profit as they can from old industries, but they leave us with fewer jobs and little money for our communities. If we come together and elect forward-thinking candidates, we can keep our valued way of life and also welcome a future with reliable, good-paying jobs. #OregonBetterTogether

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Help Oregon Democracy Project spread a positive message throughout Oregon and support candidates who believe in working together for all Oregonians. ODP'S posts and videos are on INCO's website,
On Facebook: Follow ODP on FB, and Like, Comment, and Share.  On Twitter: Retweet.
Include this hashtag when you share and retweet: #OregonBetterTogether


The Truth Brigade has been countering the disinformation that started after Kamala Harris was named the nominee for Vice-President. Sign up here! 

And be sure to read up on the Public ResourcesCountering Disinformation Best Practices, and the FAQs! Many of these resources have been updated since last week! Here's the latest Truth Brigade campaign, defending mail-in voting, here! 


 Indivisible has partnered with Stand Up America to begin building an action plan should Trump deny losing the election or otherwise obstruct the election. You can learn more about the plan that groups across the country will be called upon to Protect the Results here. As more details for this are confirmed, we will share them with you ASAP.

More information is here and at
Please call! Contact info is here.  From Indivisible Oregon:
Our leaders should care for us, no matter where we live or who we vote for. Trump knowingly downplayed the COVID risk, costing hundreds of thousands of lives. He denigrates our military and the troops. We need Democrats in Congress to showcase Trump's disregard for our lives  to pass the HEROES Act. Thank our Democratic Congressional delegation for doing so much for us, and urge them to keep going.
Due to the coronavirus, INCO in-person events are suspended indefinitely.
Saturday, September 19 - INCO Astoria and Warrenton Community Groups joint Zoom meeting11 a.m - noon. Contact to get the Zoom link.

Tuesday, October 13 - INCO South County Community Group Zoom meeting, 6:30 pm - 8 pmPlease RSVP to thru Monday, September 7 for your Zoom link.

EVERY FRIDAY: The Seaside Write to Voters group invites you to a Zoom-in open house for informal chat every Friday from 3-4 pm. Some of us write letters and postcards to voters. Pets and children welcome. Contact, and you'll get the Zoom invitation from Bebe. 

Tuesday, October 6, 7-9 pm North County: The invited candidates for State Representative District 32 are Debbie Boothe-Schmidt and Suzanne Weber; 2 seats on Astoria City Council, Ward 2 and Ward 4. Hosted by the American Association of University Women (AAUW) Astoria Branch, in collaboration with Clatsop Community College (CCC), The Astorian, and Coast Community Radio (KMUN). CCC President Chris Breitmeyer will be the moderator.  The forum will be conducted via a Facebook Live feed and the community will be able to view the Forum online in real time.  The audience can submit questions through October 4th at

Wednesday, October 7, 6 - 8 pm - Coast Community Radio (KMUN) will broadcast the October 6Candidates Forum on KMUN Astoria 91.9 FM, KTCB Tillamook 89.5FM, and on the web at

Thursday, October 8, 6-8 pm - South County: Invited candidates are State Representative House District 32 - Debbie Boothe-Schmidt and Suzanne Weber; Seaside City Council - 3 seats on City Council; Gearhart - mayor and 2 city council seats. Hosted by Seaside Signal and AAUW, Seaside. A link to the livestream will be posted in advance. Submit questions for the candidates to
 “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
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INCO Weekly Newsletter    September 14, 2020