Thank you Indivisible Ferndale members for volunteering at the Democrat’s booth at the Humboldt County Fair this year. Today’s the last day of Fair and 30 of you as well members from Indivisible Fortuna, helped Get the Vote Out by registering voters and discussing our values and mission. Thank you all for sending me your photos as well. View the photos at our website here.
Get Out the Vote begins this week
I will begin announcing training sessions for our three methods to engage the electorate throughout California and across the nation this week:
Virtual Phone Banking (9 volunteers)
Texting (20 volunteers)
Postcard Writing (21 volunteers)
And there is ALWAYS room for more!
If you didn’t get a chance to sign up at our last meeting, please go here and complete the form.
Remember, you can do this work from the comfort of your own home once you are trained!
Last, but not least . . . what a week it was!
If you somehow didn’t see or hear this, read the summary below for the week of August 20, 2018 from Indivisible:
→ Tuesday: Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was found guilty on charges of bank and tax fraud. THEN former Trump attorney Michael Cohen pled guilty to campaign finance violations.
→ Wednesday: The revelations on the Cohen investigation prompted Democrats to call for a delay on the confirmation process for Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. And New York state investigators issued a subpoena to Cohen as part of their investigation into the Trump Foundation.
→ Thursday: We found out that National Enquirer publisher David Pecker received immunity from federal prosecutors for providing information on the Trump and Cohen hush money investigations. After Trump threw a Twitter tantrum, and called Paul Manafort a “brave man,” it was reported that Trump is considering a pardon for Manafort (reminder: this is a big, glaring red line and we’ll be ready).
→ Hours before we wrote this email: News broke that Trump organization finance chief, Allen Weisselberg, would be granted immunity in the Cohen investigation as well.”
The news of the week prompted Time Magazine to create the cover below:
Together, We are Indivisible!