Month: December 2018

Events | Bridge Brigades | 2017

Santa Cruz Indivisible members were on the sidewalk of 3 overpasses going over Highway 1 – Branciforte Ave., Morrissey Blvd. , and La Fonda. Each bridge typically had one statement on their banner, and each banner was different. Roughly 5 people per overpass held banners, signs, and waved flags.

Panetta leads first year in Report Card scores; Harris lags surprisingly behind.

The Members of Congress (MoC) Watchdogs issue group developed a special report card to review the performance of our federal MoCs, summarizing one year of our quarterly report cards. We evaluated the performance of our federal MoCs against the expectations of National Indivisible from Quarter 3 2017 through Quarter 3 2018.  Representative Panetta performed the best, followed by…

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Andrew’s Actions | Trump’s Shutdown Continues

Daily Action(s) Trump publicly said he would shut down parts of the government if he didn’t get $5,000,000,000.00 in border wall funding even after a congressional bipartisan compromise that did not include such funding. Now he has. This is sad for many people, including federal employees not getting paychecks right before December holidays, federal contractors…

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Focus on CA District 21 | Valadao Concedes to Cox

Santa Cruz Indivisible is pro-democracy and party/candidate neutral. We are sharing this information so members to know more about California’s 21st and 22nd congressional districts. Valadao concedes in California congressional race BY RORY APPLETON DECEMBER 06, 2018 01:59 PM, UPDATED DECEMBER 06, 2018 03:47 PM Rep. David Valadao, R-Hanford, left, has conceded to Fresno Democrat…

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Andrew’s Actions | Tell Our Reps: No Border Wall Funding!

Daily Action(s) Congress is finishing up its business for the year and in order to avoid at least a partial government shut down, it must pass a spending bill. American voters spoke loudly and clearly in November (not to mention repeatedly in polls) that we reject Trump’s immigration policies. Throughout the country, Republicans made the…

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