“Whose House? Our House!” Event; Thursday, January 3, 2019.

United States Capitol

Let’s make some noise!

January 3 is the first day of the 116th Congress. Democrats will use the first 100 days to communicate what they are for and what they will deliver if they fully take back power in 2020. And because of the power Indivisible has built, we’ve got an opportunity to influence that agenda. To do so, we need to flex our movement muscle and make our voice loud and clear from the very beginning. That is why groups all over the country are organizing “Whose House? Our House!” events on January 3. Indivisible Morris is hosting one, too!

“Whose House? Our House!”
Stone’s Throw Cafe, 506 Atlantic Ave, Morris, Minnesota 56267
January 3, 7:00 to 8:30 pm.

Come help us make some noise in Morris! BRING A FRIEND! We’ll let you know more about a robust democracy reform bill (H.R. 1) expected to be the first major legislative effort in a Democratically-controlled House.

Then we’ll provide some easy, creative ways for you to tell Congressman Collin Peterson: We are here, we are paying attention, and we will hold you accountable for what you do. And what we want you to do is to help pass the biggest, boldest, most progressive reform package possible. No watering it down. No breaking it up.

We’ll let Peterson know that, during the next 2 years, we expect him to prioritize 1) undoing the damage done by the Trump Administration and 2) creating institutions in which we are all represented, included, and protected.

We are not a moment. We are a MOVEMENT. We will speak out in a loud, coordinated and powerful voice on January 3rd.

Thank you for taking action,

Your Indivisible Morris Team
 

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