Indivisible Lambertville / New Hope, a 501(c)(4) organization, is part of the nationwide Indivisible movement to save democracy.

We focus on identifying specific actions so that members can participate in consistent, sustained action directed at effecting change. We seek to protect the progress we've made towards greater equality and respect for all people regardless of gender, race, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion or class.

We will address critical issues including environmental protection, access to affordable healthcare, economic equality, LGBTQ rights, immigration, racial justice, freedom of the press, and fighting the misuse of power.

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Action Alerts!


Bucks County Board of Elections meeting is on Monday 4/26. In Bucks County, we had only three drop box locations last fall. Many voters had to drive a significant distance to one, and those going to Doylestown spent more time. View this for info on how to help make it easier to vote in PA.

With all of the voter suppression efforts in PA and around the country, it's more important than ever to make it easy for everyone to vote. Let's make our voice heard by contacting our County Commissioners to demand more ballot drop boxes.

TRUTH BRIGADE: Let the News Be the News
To amplify the Truth Brigade message this week tweet this message using your own 1st sentence to personalize the message or using the suggestions below the message:

We rely on the news to understand our biggest issues. But when they cover conspiracies more than climate, they reward dangerous groups who thrive on attention. @AC360 and @NewDay, please #LetNewsBeTheNews & focus more on the climate crisis, less on conspiracies! #TruthBrigade #TruthBrigade #CorrectTheRecord

Here are some ways you could personalize the first sentence:

Journalism helps me understand our country’s challenges.
I trust CNN to keep me informed.
In my house, we watch a lot of CNN!

The Pennsylvania municipal and judicial primaries are now just one month away, so please take a minute to request your vote-by-mail ballot NOW if that's how you plan to vote this year. Even if you voted by mail last year, you'll need to reapply if you plan to do so again for the 2021 elections. Voting by mail is easy, so don't wait to request your ballot and make your plan to vote in the upcoming May 18 primary. You can request your absentee or mail-in ballot and request email updates by visiting www.BucksVotes.com. Choose the annual mail-in request option to automatically receive a ballot for the Primary and General Election. Important local and county races are on the ballot and you can learn more about candidates at https://bucksdemocrats.org/candidates/. You can also track your ballot at https://bucksdemocrats.org/mailballotstatus

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