Welcome to the Resistance
Indivisible Tacoma's mission is to promote social and environmental justice and democracy through representative government on all levels. We are citizen lobbyists and social activists resisting the Trump agenda and holding our local lawmakers and public officials accountable. We are non-partisan and wholly inclusive in our membership.
ACTIONS, TOWN HALLS
National Voter Registration Day! Tuesday, September 22, 2020 National Voter Registration Day is a nonpartisan civic holiday celebrating our democracy. Celebrated on the fourth Tuesday of September, and first observed in 2012, it has gained momentum. ACTION!! This...
How much does the average voter know about the candidates? Four years ago, 650,000 fewer people voted for State Treasurer than voted for Governor! Our work this month: Inform voters about the amazing progressive statewide candidates. Could you take the time to forward…
So, what do we mean when we say “defund the police”? The movement to defund the police is about reallocating the hundreds of millions (sometimes billions) of dollars currently being spent on police to directly serve and reinvest in our communities. This opens up funding that will transform entire communities as we know them.
Indivisible Tacoma has been working hard to make our website a useful resource for our activism. We are pleased to be able to launch a new page highlighting resources around racial justice.
Ballots will come out October 17! We want voters to be ready. If we do the work, we can celebrate in November. People who vote sporadically must be contacted to increase turnout for candidates aligned with Indivisible values.**ACTION** 28th LD Tuesday Phone Bank...
Indivisible Tacoma recommends endorsing the following candidates running in the 28th Legislative District: T’wina Nobles, State Senate Mari Leavitt, Rep Pos 1 Dan Bronoske, Rep Pos 2 Any concerns or objection to these proposed endorsements may be sent...
In Washington State, we encourage Future Voters to pre-register at 16, so you are set up to vote upon turning 18. We restore voting rights to people who have completed their felony sentences.
Register to vote, update your address or check your registration by clicking the button below.
Because you can’t vote if your registration status isn’t current.
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