Priority Actions

Saturday, January 25, 9:00-11:30: Legislative Town Hall with State Senator Adam Ebbin and Delegate Alfonso Lopez. Walter Reed Recreation Center, 2909 S. 16th Street, Arlington.

Saturday, January 25, 1:00-3:30: Legislative Town Hall with State Senator Adam Ebbin and Delegate Mark Levine. Mount Vernon Community School, 2601 Commonwealth Avenue, Alexandria.

Monday, January 27: Lobby Day for Repeal Right to Work. More info

Tuesday, January 28: Lobby Day for Campaign Finance Reform.

Tuesday, January 28: Developmental Disability Advocacy Days in Richmond sponsored by Arc of VA. We will leave The Arc of Northern Virginia’s offices at 7 AM and return around 3 PM. Our time in Richmond will be spent in coordinated groups meeting with legislators who represent the region. Optionally, there is a carpool day on Thursday, February 13, 2020. Participants can drive yourself, come with friends, or we can work to pair you up with a driver who can meet you. By having two days we keep up the pressure on General Assembly members to focus on DD issues! More Info

Wednesday, January 29, 10:00am: Lobby Day for Medical Aid in Dying. Join the Northern Virginia Action Team of Compassion & Choices for our lobby day. Medical aid in dying refers to the practice of a terminally ill patient requesting a prescription from a physician that the patient can choose to ingest to bring about a peaceful death. Del. Kaye Kory will introduce legislation in the upcoming General Assembly session to legalize medical aid in dying in Virginia. The more people who participate in Lobby Day, the more likely we are to advance legislation in the 2020 session. Location: Pocahantas Building (900 East Main Street) in Richmond.  The specific room will be announced soon. RSVP: Participants can register by sending an e-mail to  If you or your members have questions, feel free to call Cathy Casselman (260-602-9866, Action Team leader of Compassion & Choices NoVA) or Jud Richland (202-997-0255, Special Assistant to Del. Kory).

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.

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