Category: Newsletter – Andrew’s Actions

Andrew’s Actions | A Partisan Acquittal, Bipartisan Votes To Convict Trump

Andrew’s Actions is a part of Santa Cruz Indivisible and was formerly known as Indivisible Santa Cruz before the groups merged. Look here for archived emails. This week, after refusing to allow witnesses in Trump’s impeachment “trial,” Republican senators voted to acquit Trump on the impeachment charges brought by the House.  No Democratic senators or independent…

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Andrew’s Actions | We can! We will! We must!

Andrew’s Actions is a part of Santa Cruz Indivisible and was formerly known as Indivisible Santa Cruz before the groups merged. Look here for archived emails. I recently watched the Netflix documentary series “Cheer.” One of the featured team’s mottos is: “We can! We will! We must!” I feel like this is appropriate for us…

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Andrew’s Actions | 2020: This Is Our Year

Andrew’s Actions is a part of Santa Cruz Indivisible and was formerly known as Indivisible Santa Cruz before the groups merged. Look here for archived emails. In December, I went on a trip and nothing important happened in politics.  Just kidding.  The House voted to impeach Trump.  And Trump handled the situation with dignity and…

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Andrew’s Actions | Democrats Win Big: Blue Wave 2019!

Andrew’s Actions is a part of Santa Cruz Indivisible and was formerly known as Indivisible Santa Cruz before the groups merged. Look here for archived emails. Yesterday voters across the country rejected Trumpism. Voters flipped the Virginia House and Senate from being Republican controlled to Democrat controlled. Now Democrats control Virginia, the current home of…

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Andrew’s Actions | House Approves Impeachment Inquiry Procedures, Important State and Local Elections on Tuesday!

Andrew’s Actions is a part of Santa Cruz Indivisible and was formerly known as Indivisible Santa Cruz before the groups merged. Look here for archived emails. Today the House of Representatives approved procedures for its impeachment inquiry. The vote was 232-196 almost completely along party lines (two Democrats voted no, former Republican Justin Amash voted…

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