Don’t Become Jamaica of the 1970’s, America!
Jamaica has a long history of political violence. In the 1970’s the two political parties had their very own paramilitary divisions. The way to “get” votes was the assassination of their rivals. The insurrection on American government that occurred on January 6, 2021 is just a foreshadowing of politics on that island paradise of Jamaica.
Action: Thank our senators for their vote to convict Mr. Trump and ask them to now use the 14th amendment to prevent him from holding future office.
Script: I am contacting Senator ____ to thank her for voting to convict Mr. Trump and ask that they act now to prevent him from holding office by using the 14th amendment. Mr. Trump should never again be trusted to hold public office and let his mob wreak havoc on our Republic and threaten our citizens and elected officials with death.
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Fourteenth Amendment History
Ask Our MoCs to Join Senator Duckworth in Insisting that President Biden Replace the USPS Board of Governors
“Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.) on Friday urged President Biden to replace every member on the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) board of governors.
In a letter, Duckworth specifically cited “recent and abject failure of leadership at the top of the USPS,” under Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, a GOP fundraiser who attracted criticism last year after he implemented system wide cost-cutting measures in the months leading up to the 2020 presidential election.”
Duckworth urges Biden to oust entire Postal Service board
Postmaster General DeJoy is continuing his methodical destruction of USPS. DeJoy “is preparing to put all first-class mail onto a single delivery track...a move that would mean slower and more costly delivery for both consumers and commercial mailers. The plan also prevents first-class mail from being shipped by airplane... forcing all of it into trucks and a relay of distribution depots. The operational shifts would coincide with a push for significantly higher postage rates.
“Congressional Democrats are pushing President Biden to overhaul the Postal Service’s leadership by filling the four open seats on the governing board. Such a move would create a majority bloc of Democrats with the votes to unseat DeJoy, if desired. Otherwise, Biden cannot directly intervene in postal operations; mail policy is insulated by law from elected officials to prevent politicians from tinkering with the mail.”
Postmaster general’s new plan for USPS is said to include slower mail and higher prices
Action: Contact our members of congress to request President Biden overhaul the USPS’s leadership.
Script: My name is _______ and I’m a member of Olympia Indivisible. I’m calling to encourage our Senators to insist that President Biden fill the vacancies on the USPS Board of Governors necessary to fire and replace Louis DeJoy with a Postmaster General who believes in the mission of USPS. He should then fire and replace the current remaining Republicans on the board as it is clear by their actions that they are not executing the will of the people in enabling the Post Office to provide us with reliable postal service.
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Request a Ballot to Re-elect Helen Wheatley to Thurston Conservation District!
Please re-elect Helen Wheatley for Thurston Conservation District (TCD) Board of Supervisors, Position 1.
From Helen about Helen: The Thurston Conservation District is an indispensable resource for county residents. I am committed to ensuring that it receives the full and constructive support of its Board of Supervisors. Since my appointment to the Board, I have worked to support conservation of farmland, protection of our watersheds and local climate resilience.
Why do I need to ask for a ballot? Read the answer here.
Thurston Conservation District 2021 Election Information
Action: Before March 11, 2021, email a request for a ballot for the TCD Board of Supervisors election: email@example.com. If you request via email, you should receive a confirming email from TCD. Or request by phone: 360-754-3588 ext 121. Or, in person ballot requests may be made at the Thurston Conservation District offices (2918 Ferguson St SW, Suite A, Tumwater WA 98512) March 8 – 12, 2021 from 8am – 4:30pm.
Script: Please send me a ballot to vote in the upcoming election for the Board of Supervisors of the Thurston Conservation District. I am a registered voter in Thurston County, here is my registration information:
After you receive your ballot in the mail and vote for Helen:
Return your ballot by mail or return to the ballot drop box at the Thurston Conservation District office (2918 Ferguson St SW, Suite A, Tumwater WA 98512 (outside the TCD offices, hours for the drop box are M-F from 8am – 4:30pm). Mailed ballots must be postmarked by March 16, 2021.
Please note, you cannot return your ballot to other ballot drop boxes in Thurston County.
Indivisible Town Hall with Senator Patty Murray in Person
This is a rare opportunity for state-wise Indivisible members to speak directly with Senator Murray as opposed to a member of her staff, which is the usual procedure in Senatorial office visits.
WA State Indivisible is asking that at least two members of every Washington Indivisible chapter attend the Town Hall. Although there will be more than two members representing Olympia Indivisible, all OI members are welcome and encouraged to attend. We wish to show Senator Murray the might of Indivisible state-wide when we work together.
This is our opportunity to connect with Senator Murray! Attend to show her we are engaged!
Action: Register for the Town Hall at https://bit.ly/Murray_TownHall
Olympia Indivisible All-Member Meeting, March 6 at 6pm
REGISTER NOW: We Won, Let’s Get It Done!
You are invited to an All Member Olympia Indivisible meeting on Saturday, March 6, at 6 p.m.
You’ll learn about OI’s strategic plans to make a difference at the federal, state, and local levels. Help build a stronger, more resilient democracy in 2021! Register here for this event.
Support Progressive Bills During the 2021 WA Legislative Session by Using TAN
Olympia Indivisible members can help make Washington a more equitable, safe, just, and resilient state by supporting progressive bills during the 2021 WA Legislative session. We now have access to the Take Action Network (TAN), a powerful free online platform which allows you to weigh in on the issues that mean the most to you with targeted efficacy and one-click ease. Together, our voices can make a difference!
Action: Register Here for Take Action Network 101 and learn how fast and easy it is to use TAN. After registering, you will immediately receive a confirmation and a link to the Zoom meeting.
Take Action Network 101 gets you set up with TAN, shows you how to use it, answers your questions and provides support. Register now, because the Legislative Session ends in 75 days!
Take Action Network 101 & Check-In (every Friday at 5pm)
Next Training: Friday, Feb 19, 2021, 5-6pm Register Here