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IndivisibleNOCO PROTEST GETS NATIONAL NEWS COVERAGE!
We want an end to this made-up national emergency and sub-freezing temperatures did not thwart almost 100 people from attending the rally outside of Senator
Gardner’s office on Monday! And guess what - we got mentioned not only in our hometown paper, but also on Rachel Maddow and in The Hill! And THAT is what matters because THAT is what gets the attention of our
Members of Congress! Thanks to everyone who showed up and made their voices heard!
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We have moved our monthly meeting to March 27th to avoid the Larimer County Democrats meeting and PSD spring break. As usual, it will be at Wolverine Letterpress and Publick House (316 Willow St. in Fort Collins) from 7-8:30. Join us at 6:30 to socialize beforehand!
Indivisible is rolling out its strategy for the 2020 primaries. Part of the strategy is to ensure a healthy primary that produces a strong candidate. Indivisible will be pushing candidates to run bold, issue-driven campaigns and engage directly with grassroots groups such as IndivisibleNOCO. At our meeting we will discuss what a healthy primary means for IndivisibleNOCO, what we want to see emphasized in a party platform, and how we will each advocate for our favored candidates.