Constituents of Indivisible Lambertville/New Hope are cheering the national endorsement of two candidates in critical races in Pennsylvania. John Fetterman, running for U.S. Senate, and Ashley Ehasz, congressional candidate for PA 01, received endorsements from the national Indivisible organization.
“The national Indivisible organization recognizes that John Fetterman and Ashley Ehasz are truly ‘for the people’ and who will fight to make the lives of Pennsylvanian families better,” said Cindi Sternfeld, president, Indivisible Lambertville/New Hope. “Their endorsement is a meaningful signal that flipping Pennsylvania is important to the future of our democracy, and all of us at Indivisible Lambertville New Hope are thrilled to be working to help get them elected.”
In May, Indivisible Lambertville/New Hope endorsed Fetterman and Ehasz at the local, Bucks County level, and nominated the two candidates for the national organization’s endorsement. The decision to endorse candidates follows completion of an extensive questionnaire that focuses on issues important to Indivisible, including: voting rights, climate change, immigration, healthcare, economic justice and workplace safety and fairness. Indivisible organizations provide its communities with the resources, power, and opportunities that encourage and enable sustained engagement in all levels of democracy.
Indivisible is a progressive grassroots movement of millions of activists across every state, fueled by a partnership between thousands of autonomous local groups like Indivisible Lambertville/New Hope and a national staff. Locally, Indivisible Lambertville/New Hope works to educate, motivate and activate constituents in the work to restore, preserve and extend democratic rights for all citizens. Indivisible Lambertville/New Hope seeks to provide our communities with the resources, power, and opportunities that encourage and enable sustained engagement in all levels of democracy. Both are 501(c)4 organizations.