Calls to Action from Indivisible
- Demand your member of Congress #impeachnow this recess. The House is on recess from now through Veterans Day (November 2 – November 11). At this stage in the impeachment fight, it’s important to show up to town halls, plan a district office visit, or get members on the record at public events (think: parades). For Democrats, show up to tell them that you’ve got their backs. For Republicans, ask them #OneSimpleQuestion: do you think it’s OK for a president to ask a foreign power to interfere in our elections? Get their responses on video. Find or register your event now and coalition partners will help you recruit.
- Sign up to make some calls connecting voters to senators to demand a complete and fair impeachment trial. We’ve identified 13 senators who really need to hear from their constituents (folks who are vulnerable because they’re up for reelection next year and folks who are retiring and worrying a lot about their legacies). Now we’re asking you to call voters in those states and ask them to turn up the pressure on their elected officials. It’s a simple four-part process:
- You call a progressive voter in a key state with one of these 13 Republicans. These folks are your friends—they attended the Women’s March and/or fight for progressive causes.
- You explain how they have power now. You’ll remind them why the continued fight for impeachment is so important—and why they have particular power in this moment.
- You ask them to use their power. Then, you’ll ask them to call their senator and make their voices heard on why we’re demanding courage in this moment.
- You push a button and connect them to their senator’s office. The call tool will allow you to automatically patch them through to the senator’s DC office.
- Register or find a Trump is Not Above the Law Impeachment Eve event now. The night before the House of Representatives takes a historic vote to impeach Trump, we’ll head to every congressional office and public square to declare that Nobody Is Above the Law as representatives finalize their positions and senators look on. There are more than 160 events on the map as of now with more being added every day.