The fight for the Senate and the presidency is going to be fought in swing states across the country, and if you’re one of those people who’s looking to do some traveling as you volunteer in 2020, the Seattle-based organization Common Purpose can help you do it. (They also do a ton of work on the ground here in Washington) We speak this week with the founder of Common Purpose, David Domke, a professor of communications at the University of Washington.
Then, Seattle-based singer-songwriter Tae Phoenix joins us from Washington DC to updates us on her work with the #SwarmtheSenate, a collective of activist groups who are converging each day on the Senate and Senate office buildings to demand the removal of Donald Trump.
All that, plus our weekly call to action.
Sign up to do field work across the country with Common Purpose: commonpurposenow.org/2020fieldworksignups
Common Purpose Primary State Tour of South Carolina: commonpurposenow.org/tours
Introductory workshops for Common Purpose: commonpurposenow.org/events
If you can’t make it to DC, find a Remove Trump mobilization near you: actionnetwork.org/event_campaigns/…mp-mobilizations
Tae singing in the Senate Rotunda: www.youtube.com/watch?v=wI9J67kIX…mc_cid=aec26e13c6
ADAM SMITH TOWN HALL:
Congressman Adam Smith’s Town Hall: Saturday, 1/25 from 11AM-1PM @ the Teamsters, 14675 Interurban Ave S #307, Tukwila, WA 98168.
Register for free tickets here: www.facebook.com/events/633148097225891/?ti=ia
Indivisible leaders are asking members to show up to push for a National Defense Authorization Act bill with the following provisions:
1. No use of funds for border wall
2. No US involvement in Yemen
3. Overturn transgender ban
4. Repeal the AUMF
HUMANE PET SALES BILL:
Humane Pet Sales Bill text and info: app.leg.wa.gov/billsummary?BillN…e=false&Year=2019