Quick Action Needed - Call your Senator

A month ago it was unclear whether progressives in the Senate would put up a fight at all on Trump’s extreme Supreme Court nominee. But the political environment changed as direct result of the local leadership of Indivisible groups and the broader resistance movement on the ground. These advocates made clear to their own senators that Gorsuch's extreme anti-worker, anti-women, anti-LGBTQ, anti-environment record is unacceptable for the highest court in the land.

Here’s what we now know: because of Gorsuch’s extreme record and the public’s response, Trump’s nominee will not be confirmed under Senate rules that have been on the books for more than two centuries. But instead of admitting defeat and requesting a more mainstream nominee, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is now threatening to invoke the incredibly unpopular 'nuclear option.' In defiance of public will, McConnell wants to blow up 230 years of Senate precedent to ram Gorsuch through.

It's simple: if a Supreme Court nominee is so extreme that he can’t get to 60 votes, don’t change the rules, change the nominee. If Republicans choose to throw out centuries of Senate precedent to put their extreme nominee on the bench, that’s on them and them alone.

This week is an important one as we're working to keep the conservative Judge Neil Gorsuch from being confirmed to the Supreme Court. Even if you've called before on this one, it's worth your time to call again and make your voice heard!

Your script:
Hi, my name is [NAME] and I'm a constituent from [CITY, ZIP].

I'm calling to demand a “no” vote on Neil Gorsuch. His pro-corporate stance is not in the best interests of the majority of Americans.

Thank you for your hard work answering the phones.

[IF LEAVING A VOICEMAIL: please leave your full street address to ensure your call is tallied]

 

Feinstein, Dianne - (D - CA)
331 Hart Senate Office Building Washington DC 20510
(202) 224-3841
Contact: www.feinstein.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/e-mail-me

Harris, Kamala D. - (D - CA)
112 Hart Senate Office Building Washington DC 20510
(202) 224-3553
Contact: www.harris.senate.gov/content/contact-senator

 

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Meeting with Senator Feinstein's San Diego Office

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We just met with Ryan Williams, Field Representative at Senator Dianne Feinstein's office.  We made some hard asks of the Senator: will the Senator ask Attorney General Sessions to resign given his lack of honesty, protect the rights of undocumented workers and DACA youth, stand up against the Victims Of Immigration Crime Engagement (VOICE) office which is a propaganda tool to criminalize undocumented immigrants, continue to protect transgender youth who are increasingly at risk of suicide, educate herself about the problems and mediocrity of charter schools,  strike with women worldwide on March 8th, 2017?

We'll be back in the Senator's office in April to make more hard asks to assure that the Senator is representing us well and fighting hard for all of us!

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Success! Clothing Drive for Migrant Workers in North County



Thank you to La Jolla Families who donated a lot of warm clothing, toiletries, shoes, and non-perishable food for migrant workers in North County!  We partnered with Union del Barrio who will be delivering the donations to workers who live outdoors in canyons near the farms where they work.  Thank you for caring about this invisible population.  Stay tuned for more opportunities to get involved.  Thank you to our Minority and Immigrants Rights Chair, Elif Tinney for coordinating this effort.

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Benefits of Membership

Why Join?: Benefits of Membership in Women Will
We know you want to get involved. Membership allows you to participate at a level that's comfortable for you- 1 hour a month at your computer or 5 hours a week in our community and lots of options between. There is power in numbers.
  • Get empowerment through connecting with local likeminded members who share our vision
  • Join active engagement with weekly eblasts about actions you can participate in like calling campaigns, rallies, news conferences, town halls,  marches, fundraising, pop-up call booths etc.
  • Gain powerful knowledge about local and national issues through our website's Twitter and Facebook feeds
  • Help shape our work through participation in General Membership meetings 
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Resist Trump Cabinet Nominees

Feinstein's Office February 2, 2017

Today, seven of our representatives returned to Senator Feinstein's San Diego district office and met with Ryan Williams, the Senator's Field Representative. He was receptive to our concerns and took copious notes he will share with the Senator. We told powerful stories of how our lives will be negatively affected by Sessions, DeVos, Price, Gorsuch, and Trump's executive orders that are attacks on women, attacks on immigrants, attacks on the Muslim faith, attacks on undocumented immigrants, attacks on minorities and attacks on our most vulnerable populations. We will not rest. This is personal. Raise your voices, speak truth to power! #womenwill #indivisible #resisttrump

Feinstein's Office February 2, 2017

Feinstein's Office February 2, 2017

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Resist Trump Tuesday - 1st Action


Women Will - First Action

On Tuesday, January 24th, four of our members went down to Senator Feinstein's San Diego District office in an action to tell the Senator that we want her to oppose President Trump's Cabinet picks, Betsy DeVos and Jeff Sessions.  After some initial difficulty we were able to enter the building and go upstairs to her office.  We waited for the field representative to return and we spoke with him about our concerns.  He took notes.  We set up a meeting with him for February 2nd, 2017 at 2:30.  We'll keep you updated on the outcome of that meeting and our progress.  In the meantime, please call Senator Feinstein and Senator Kamala Harris' offices and let them hear your voice.  This is democracy at work.


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