Protect the Results is a joint project of Indivisible and Stand
Up America to protect the valid results of the 2020 election.
Indivisible and Stand Up America are committed to
strengthening our democracy and supporting progressives
and progressive causes. All Americans—Democrats,
Republicans, and Independents—must be prepared to protect and defend the valid results of the election whether
their preferred candidate wins or loses.
Join us on Thursday, October 8 at 7 pm CT, right after the Underwood phone bank, to learn more about this initiative, what will trigger our need to take collective action, and what steps you need to take to be ready to Protect the Results if indeed a red line is crossed.
Join Indivisibles across the Midwest for Calling for Change
Indivisible Phonebank with Bingo! We'll be joined by Indivisible Co-Founder Ezra Levin, Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes, and feature highlights from all of our groups before we make calls to flip Wisconsin blue this November!
Do you miss canvassing?
Do you want a safe and easy way to
volunteer on your own time?
Let us know and we will get you in touch
with your Democratic Township so you
can help us lit drop!!
Also, many of the local candidates running for municipal offices will be looking for help getting petition signatures to get on the ballot!
It is easy to do while dropping literature and people are out doing yard work.
From Now Until the ElectionWe Will Be
Phone Banking for Sean Casten
One of our big wins in 2018 was the election of Sean Casten to replace Roskam. Sean has done a great job representing the 6th district and we need him more than ever in Congress. Join us every Saturday as we make calls for Sean.
These are our neighbors and they will be the same people we will want to reach out to when most of the
local elections take place in 2021.
3️⃣ Decide on the methodof how you wish to 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, both started on September 24. If you miss these, it can be done on November 3 at your polling place.
4️⃣ Decide on a specific date and time of when you will vote. For voting by mail, apply for your ballot, then turn it 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.