“The peaceful transition of power is at the heart of what makes our democracy great. Trump has sought to undermine our elections again and again, from soliciting foreign interference and threatening not to accept the results to deploying military personnel while D.C. residents went to the polls. We can’t bury our heads in the sand and pretend that Trump is not a threat to our democracy. The American people must be ready to protect the results of the
2020 election.” - Sean Eldridge, Founder and President of Stand Up America.
Join us to honor the valid results of the 2020 election, ensure that every vote is counted,
and show up to demand the peaceful transition of power.
You will receive more information via email once you register.
If you are interested in helping us on the day of the event to distribute signs, sign up HERE.
We will be organizing a safe socially distanced event along Roosevelt Rd between Main St in Wheaton, IL and Main St in Glen Ellyn, IL.
Have you voted? Have you contacted 5 friends or family to remind them to vote?
Here is what else you can do so you don't want to wake up on Nov. 4 wondering what you might have done to defeat Trump, flip the Senate and hold the House!
Calling all those uncomfortable with phone banks but looking for how they can help. We are looking for people to call voters in Lisle township who have not returned their vote by mail ballots. This will be an easy conversation.
We will provide the calling list and instructions. Register HERE
Critical Phone Banks to Join
Indivisible Phone Banks to Swing States and Key Races
Monday, Nov. 2: South Carolina (2 - 4pm CT) and Marie Newman in IL03 (4 - 6pm CT)
3️⃣ Decide on how you will vote. We strongly suggest a paper ballot which can be done by voting by mail OR at the County Fairgrounds, at 2015 Manchester Rd, Wheaton. If you miss these, it can be done on Nov. 3 at your polling place.
4️⃣ Decide on a specific date and time of when you will vote.
If you have your vote by mail ballot, turn it in TODAY into any polling place in a secure drop box or the secure drop box in the clerk’s parking lot of 421 N. County Farm Rd., Wheaton.