Chip in to the #NotOnePenny Fund, and support Doug Jones

We have two suggested small donations you can make this Saturday that will have a big impact. Choose one or both if you are able. Even a few bucks helps!

Action 1: Donate to the #NotOnePenny fund

Republicans like Lindsey Graham now openly admit that they are cutting taxes for their wealthy donors, to give them a return on their investment. Quid. Pro. Quo.

As they did during the ACA debates, our fellow grassroots group Swing Left is putting out a new District Fund to try to change those incentives - a vote for the tax cut bill will be punished by a donation to their political opponent.

"Your donation will be split among the Democratic challengers to all Swing District Republicans who vote to lower taxes for the wealthiest Americans. If they vote yes on the tax bill, their opponent gets a share of the money. If they vote no, their opponent gets nothing." Donate here:

https://secure.actblue.com/donate/notonepennyfund

Action 2: Donate to Doug Jones

Polls continue to come out showing Democrat Doug Jones leading Roy Moore in the December 12 Alabama Senate special election. A Senate pickup in December could be a fatal blow to both Tax Cut and ACA repeal attempts, and would keep a dangerous man out of power. Indivisible Alabama has advised us that supporting his campaign directly is the best way to help. Here is the donation link:

https://secure.actblue.com/donate/ms_jones_ad_2017

You can also get involved in sending postcards to voters by texting “Hello” to 484-275-2229.

Background:

http://thehill.com/policy/finance/359606-graham-financial-contributions-will-stop-if-gop-doesnt-pass-tax-reform

https://www.politico.com/story/2017/11/16/roy-moore-doug-jones-alabama-poll-245558

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Event: David Duvall Kanreki Benefit Concert

Kirkland Performance Center, Nov. 19, 7PM

Duvall will be performing music from his newly released CDs, and will be joined by some of the Seattle area's finest jazz and rock musicians. Co-sponsored by Seattle Indivisible, proceeds will be split between Jewish Voice for Peace/Network Against Islamophobia and the Organization for Refugee Asylum & Migration. Tickets for this amazing cause are $35, $25 and $10 students.

Tickets: www.kpcenter.org

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/125925701418258/