Priority Actions

Thursday, March 5th 6:30 -8:00 pm: Rep. Don Beyer’s 2020 Campaign Launch. Lyon Park Community Center, 414 N. Fillmore St., Arlington, VA. RSVP, Facebook

March 6 – 8th and March 13th – 15th: ArlingToNC – Arlington to North Carolina. Join Blue Families, Beyond Arlington, and We of Action as we travel to the Research Triangle to register North Carolina voters.  Everything is at stake: 15 electoral votes, a Senate seat, 2-3 House seats, and a flippable state legislature! The plan is to drive down Friday afternoon (it’s about 4 hours), register voters on Saturday and Sunday AM, and drive back Sunday afternoon.  We’re looking for volunteer housing, so let us know if you have friends or family who can put us up. Sign Up

Tuesday, March 24th  7:00-8:00 pm: Public Forum on the Arlington Community Energy Plan. Forum on Arlington’s Community Energy Plan, moderated by former County Board Member Jay Fisette. Info, Facebook

Thursday, March 26, 5:30-7:30 pm: Letter Writing to Florida Voters. Highline RxR, 2010 Crystal Drive. Free parking in underground garage after 4:00 pm. Join Indivisible Arlington to write letters to get out the vote in Florida this November as part of the Vote Forward project. We will supply the letters, addresses, and envelopes. There will be places in the letter for you to personalize the message to the voters. We will hold the letters to be mailed at the end of October just before the election. DONATIONS OF POSTAGE STAMPS ARE WELCOME AND APPRECIATED! Facebook Event Page

Wednesday, April 1, 7:00-9:00 pm: Arlington Dems Monthly Meeting and County Board Candidate Debate. Drew Model Elementary School, 3500 S. 23rd Street, Arlington, VA 22206. The April meeting will feature a County Board candidate debate between Chanda Choun and Libby Garvey. Facebook

Monday, April 6, 7:00-8:00 pm: County Board Democratic Candidate Debate on the Arts. Gallery Underground, 2100 Crystal Dr in the Crystal City Shops, Arlington, Virginia 22202. Come hear from the two Democratic County Board candidates –  Chanda Choun and Libby Garvey – for a discussion about the arts in Arlington. Following brief opening remarks, both will answer questions from the audience members on arts-related topics and issues, including how they plan to help retain and invigorate this critical industry in Arlington. Hosted by Embracing Arlington Arts. Facebook

Virginia General Assembly. The 2020 Session is from Wednesday, January 8 through Saturday, March 7 in Richmond. With a Democratic House of Delegates and Senate, look for issues such as the ERA, common sense gun legislation, re-districting, LGBTQIA rights, health care, criminal justice reform, and more to finally be addressed. Indivisible Arlington needs people to help track legislation during the state session and to travel to Richmond to work with our Delegates and Senators.

2020 Election. On November 3, we will vote for a new President, all members of the House of Representatives, and a third of the Senate, including Senator Mark Warner. Indivisible Arlington hopes to organize a variety of election activities including adopting candidates, writing post cards, canvassing, and phone banking.

We Need You. Please email if you can help. We need people to join our leadership team and to help with the 2020 activities above. You can also contribute to Indivisible Arlington to help fund our efforts.

About Indivisible Arlington

Our mission: (1) pressure the current government to fight the Trump agenda; (2) elect a new progressive government.

For our full Mission Statement, Guiding Principles, Strategies, Issues, and criteria for Endorsing/Adopting Candidates, take a look at our Mission and Principles document.

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