You helped us knock on over 13,000 doors in PA for the 2018 midterms. Thank you.

Friends, The election is finally over, but many of us are still figuring out how we feel about the results. Democrats, Marylanders, progressives, and Trump resisters won some major victories. We flipped the House. This was far from an inevitable outcome, and its implications are huge.  Republicans can no longer force through their legislative agenda … Continue reading You helped us knock on over 13,000 doors in PA for the 2018 midterms. Thank you.

Indivisible Baltimore seeks to flip PA-1 blue in 2018 mid-terms

Indivisible Baltimore is focusing its canvassing efforts on flipping the PA-1 congressional district blue in the upcoming 2018 election. In canvassing trips over the summer, members of Indivisible Baltimore and Sister District Maryland have already knocked on over 3,000 doors in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Join us in the fight to take back Congress by signing … Continue reading Indivisible Baltimore seeks to flip PA-1 blue in 2018 mid-terms

Indivisible Baltimore helps organize protests to family separation policy, Muslim Ban

In the past two weeks, Indivisible Baltimore teamed up with local activist groups to organize and/or promote two rallies held in downtown Baltimore to protest the Trump administration's cruel family separation border policy and the Supreme Court decision upholding the Muslim Ban, overturning decisions by numerous lower courts. Both rallies featured wide coverage by local … Continue reading Indivisible Baltimore helps organize protests to family separation policy, Muslim Ban

Indivisible Baltimore endorses Ben Jealous and Susie Turnbull

Candidates’ Commitment to Baltimore Communities is Critical BALTIMORE, MARYLAND - Indivisible Baltimore -- a locally organized group resisting the Trump agenda -- endorses Ben Jealous and Susie Turnbull for Governor and Lieutenant Governor of Maryland. Ben Jealous draws upon a rich family history in Baltimore, where his mother grew up in the McCulloh Homes public … Continue reading Indivisible Baltimore endorses Ben Jealous and Susie Turnbull

Indivisible Baltimore helps flip long-time GOP seat in PA-178 special election

Indivisible Baltimore is proud to have helped Democrat Helen Tai win her special election on May 15th, making it the 41st state seat to flip to Dems since Trump was elected.  Helen was elected State Representative in Pennsylvania’s 178th House District, becoming the first Democrat to win this seat in 34 years. Helen won in this Republican … Continue reading Indivisible Baltimore helps flip long-time GOP seat in PA-178 special election

Indivisible-backed Automatic Voter Registration bill becomes law in Maryland

Indivisible Baltimore organized our members and the members of Indivisible groups from across the state to support two bills that will increase voting access for Marylanders.  The first bill establishes an automatic voter registration (AVR) system for eligible Marylanders who interact with certain state agencies. The second bill gives Maryland voters a chance to amend … Continue reading Indivisible-backed Automatic Voter Registration bill becomes law in Maryland

Indivisible Baltimore, United For Maryland, host Democratic Gubernatorial Forum

United for Maryland, the Greater Baltimore Grassroots Coalition, and Indivisible Baltimore hosted the first Democratic Gubernatorial Forum in Baltimore in the 2018 campaign. The forum was held at the War Memorial in downtown Baltimore and was moderated by Phylicia Porter. All seven Democratic gubernatorial candidates participated in the forum, including: Rushern Baker Ben Jealous Kevin Kamenetz … Continue reading Indivisible Baltimore, United For Maryland, host Democratic Gubernatorial Forum

Indivisibles meet with legislators in Annapolis at AVR Lobby Day

In an on-going joint effort to protect and expand voting rights in Maryland, Indivisible Baltimore and Common Cause Maryland organized a Lobby Day for two bills on Automatic Voter Registration (AVR) and Election Day Registration (EDR) in Annapolis on Monday, January 29th. Over 60 people from Baltimore City, Baltimore County, and Howard County, including members of … Continue reading Indivisibles meet with legislators in Annapolis at AVR Lobby Day

Thousands rally at Baltimore Women’s March 2018

On Saturday, January 20, thousands of people from Baltimore city and the surrounding area rallied in front of city hall for the 2018 Baltimore Women's March, celebrating the one-year anniversary of the enormous DC march that marked the beginning of a nationwide resistance movement against the Trump administration. Organized by a steering committee that included members … Continue reading Thousands rally at Baltimore Women’s March 2018

Indivisible Baltimore teams up with Common Cause to expand voting rights in Maryland

Given the threat that Trump's Voter Fraud Commission poses to Maryland voters, it has never been more important to protect and expand voting rights in Maryland. Indivisible groups including Indivisible Baltimore, Indivisible Towson, and Indivisible Howard County have teamed up with Common Cause Maryland to push for expanded voting rights by supporting bills for Election … Continue reading Indivisible Baltimore teams up with Common Cause to expand voting rights in Maryland