Thank you all who volunteered, donated, or helped in any form
in the 2020 election cycle! We have a lot to look forward to next year, but also a LOT of work to do!
We hope you will stay in touch and engaged.
Wishing you and your families a wonderful end of the year!
- Indivisible DuPage Leadership
Don't Forget to Mail Your
Postcards Between December 23 - 26!
Pick up postcards to Georgia at 715 S Bodin St in Hinsdale anytime, if you can write some before the mailing dates! The addresses and instructions are on the porch. It’s self-service so pick up any hour of any day between now and Christmas.
Georgia Call-A-Thon on January 4!
The Day Before Runoff Election
Georgia Runoff is right around the corner on January 4th at 5 PM.
Join Indivisible for the final national Call-A-Thon before the January Georgia runoff! We’ll be calling Georgia voters in the final hours before the election, making sure they have plans to get out and vote on Election Day, January 5.
IDP hopes you will join us in our initiative to thank our local election clerk, poll workers, and poll watchers for stepping up during this pandemic to provide a very well run election season.
The plan is to send postcards of thanks to the election clerk in your county.
And if you know any individuals who were involved in the election,
send a thank you to them also.
Before mailing the postcard(s), take a picture of the card and message and post it on social media, For those so inclined, we are also encouraging writing your thank you in a letter to the editor. For social media posts, we will be using the hashtags #Gratefulvoters and #Truthbrigade
Thank you for all your efforts to ensure a smooth General Election during a once in a lifetime pandemic. I hope you can find a way to share this thank you with your staff and all the poll workers and volunteers who stepped up to make this happen. Everyone should be proud.
A very grateful voter,
Suggested postcard wording (individuals)
Thank you for all your efforts to ensure a smooth General Election during a once in a lifetime pandemic. When many people were not able to help, you stepped up to make sure the election went on without a hitch. You should be proud.