|Saturday, Feb. 23, 10:00-5:00: Parisa for Justice Day of Action. Join us to knock doors and talk to voters about why this race is important and why Parisa is the right person for Commonwealth’s Attorney of Arlington and the City of Falls Church. We’ll be gathering at 4730 23rd St N, Arlington, where we’ll train you and then get you out on some doors. If you are comfortable using your smart phone, please bring it fully charged and download the MiniVan app ahead of time, so you can load your walk packet onto your phone. We’ll also provide paper packets for those who prefer them over the app. RSVP
Sunday, March 3, 3:30-5:30 pm: Legislative Session Debrief with State Senator Howell and Delegate Hope. Arlington Central Library, 1015 N. Quincy Street.
Sunday, March 10, 1:00-3:00 pm: Indivisible Arlington Membership Meeting. Arlington County Fire Station 9, Downstairs Room, 1900 S. Walter Reed Drive.
Indivisible Arlington Supports Parisa Tafti for Commonwealth Attorney
Based on the priorities Indivisible Arlington established over the past year, including criminal justice reform, immigration reform, and racial justice, we find that the platform of Parisa Tafti, candidate for Commonwealth Attorney for Arlington and the City of Falls Church, aligns with our beliefs and values.
The primary date is Tuesday, June 11th and it will be an important race that could positively impact the direction of criminal justice reform in Arlington. You can read Parisa’s platform here: https://www.parisaforjustice.com/?page_id=38
As a number of Indivisible Arlington members have approached us about endorsing Parisa’s campaign, we are recommending that Indivisible Arlington support Parisa’s candidacy. For additional information on Parisa’s campaign, visit: www.parisaforjustice.com.
After two years on defense, we get to go on offense. Read Indivisible on Offense: A Practical Guide to the New, Democratic House and stay tuned for actions planned by Indivisible Arlington.
Our mission: (1) pressure the current government to fight the Trump agenda; (2) elect a new progressive government.