All politics is local, vote early or on April 6th, you’re community needs your vote.
Last Week to Vote!
Did you know that less than 20% of registered voters in DuPage voted in the last Consolidated Election?! So far, less than 20,000 have voted in DuPage. From the School Board to your local Township, we have lots of important elections on April 6th.
You can go early to vote right now!
Don't forget to turn over your ballot -- some races are on the back.
If you still haven't returned your vote by mail ballot, you can:
Bring it to any poling place and vote in person
Drop it off at the DuPage County parking lot in Wheaton ➡️
OR drop it off at a Post Office near you by April 6 to ensure it is postmarked! Earlier than the 6th is best.
The trees are blooming, birds are chirping, and Indivisibles across the country are shaking off the final dredges of winter for Recovery Recess!
This March recess (March 29 - April 11) we’re pushing our members of Congress to support a bold, inclusive recovery package and reforms that strengthen our democracy. Join our Recovery Recess Week of Action to demand that our members of Congress prioritize passing a transformational recovery package, like the THRIVE Agenda, and critical democracy-saving reforms, like the For the People Act and D.C. Statehood.
Indivisible National has been working on a special project for a few weeks - a Midwest Democracy Reform series! We'll hear from guest speakers, musicians, and then write Letters to the Editor together so we can get media attention about why we need to act with urgency and get our democracy back on track.
With rampant voter suppression targeting voters of color, immigrants, and poor communities across the country, enshrining and expanding the right to participate in our democracy has become more and more urgent. Congress must pass H.R. 4 (the John Lewis Voting Rights Act).
D.C. has a population of almost 700,000 (more than Wyoming or Vermont), and it represents an increasingly diversifying electorate nationwide (if D.C. were a state, it’d be the only majority-minority state in the country). None of those people have voting representation in the House or Senate. The way the Senate was designed caters to the shrinking conservative base, and it’s time to expand representation to reflect the true needs of the people.