Sign up for a shift to #SaveSCOTUS

The fight to keep conservative radical Brett Kavanaugh off of the Supreme Court is ramping up. Most Democrats, including the leadership, are rallying against the nomination, but the fight comes down to just a few moderate Republicans and red-state Democrats who are undecided. While Indivisible has explicitly told us to only contact our own Senators (, there is a lot else we can do! Pick one of the following for today’s action:

1. The Indivisible #SaveSCOTUS phone-bank is up and running! Sign up for a shift to contact voters in Arizona, Mississippi, Nevada, Tennessee, and Texas and take back the Senate:

2. If you don’t like the phone, you can sign up for a text-banking shift with In these shifts you will contact voters in states with undecided Senators and urge them to contact their Senator:

3. Do you know anyone personally in Maine, Alaska, Indiana, or West Virginia? Get in touch with them and urge them to call their Senators, and then see if they can attend a direct action at their Senators’ district offices:

4. A small donation to keep Indivisible's #SaveSCOTUS Call Tool up and running would also go a long way!

Upcoming Events:

-The weekly Seattle Indivisible Meeting continues as usual, Tuesday, July 3 at 7pm at the Washington State Labor Council!

-Weekly Resist Trump Tuesday Rally is continues at 11:45am outside the Henry M. Jackson Federal Building, followed by a 12:30pm meeting with our Senators’ staffers that is open to all.

-Canvass with your fellow Seattle Indivisible members to Flip the 8th on Sunday, June 22 at 1pm at Gravity Coffee in Maple Valley! If you can attend, please reply to with your contact information, and make sure you RSVP directly with the Washington Democrats here:

-Seattle Indivisible is proud to welcome author and activist Amy Siskind to Seattle this September 27. Proceeds from this event will be split 50/50 between the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and Seattle Indivisible's ongoing voter registration and turnout promotion efforts.

Tickets are available for $10-$14 from Eventbrite:


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