President Biden laid out the stakes for the 2022 midterm elections in clear terms: If Republicans gain control of Congress, their efforts to strip our fundamental rights away are far from over. And he made a promise that if voters expand our Democratic majority, the first bill he will push Congress to pass will be a bill to codify Roe v. Wade into federal law.
Give No Ground provides support and direct grassroots volunteer power to some of the most competitive midterm races in the country. These races are crucial to Democrats maintaining the trifecta power and achieving their agenda in 2023.
Today, Indivisible launched Crush The Coup, aimed at defeating Republicans’ attempts at a MAGA coup in 2024 by focusing on winning key races in key state legislatures, in anticipation of the Moore v. Harper “independent state legislature theory” case.
Today is a huge victory for environmental justice, the planet, and progressive power. This win belongs to frontline communities who lobbied hard to keep this dirty deal out of the CR, and the progressive champions like Rep. Grijalva and the 70 plus House members who fought the dirty deal and Sens. Merkley, Markey, Duckworth, Booker, Sanders, Warren, Cardin, and Van Hollen who opposed the deal in the Senate.
Indivisible’s Truth Brigade hosted a Truth Summit, a live Zoom training with over 1000+ activists, to share strategies and tactics that people can use to actively identify and fight against election disinformation that leads to voter suppression.
Today, President Biden took exactly the kind of bold move to improve the lives of working people that Indivisibles and activists across the country have been calling for. His decision to cancel $10 thousand of student debt for most borrowers not only delivers on a key campaign promise, it demonstrates he understands that broken structures, like the punishing student debt system, place an unfair financial burden on millions of people.
Lower energy bills. Lower prescription drug costs. Lower healthcare premiums. Lower carbon emissions. That's what this bill is about, and that's why it's critical that Democrats finally came together to pass this historic legislation.