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Indivisible Eugene

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6 days ago

Indivisible Eugene

About 13 of us gathered indoors on a beautiful spring afternoon to write postcards to Democratic voters urging them to turn out to vote for Judge Lisa Neubauer who is running in a special election for the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
Why did we care about the Wisconsin Supreme Court?

The GOP opponent, Hagedorn, received $3,000 from the Alliance Defending Freedom for speeches he gave to and for their organization. The ADF is designated as an anti-LGBT hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center. Among other things, the group supports passing laws to force the sterilization of transgender people.
b) Hagedorn was a founding member of the Augustine Academy in Waukesha, a private school that bars LGBT teachers and students. He’s still on the school board. As a result, the Wisconsin Realtors Association recently pulled its endorsement of him and asked him to return its $18,000 campaign contribution.
c) Hagedorn wrote a number of anti-gay and anti-abortion posts on his blog in 2005, including this sentence: “The idea that homosexual behavior is different than bestiality as a constitutional matter is unjustifiable.”
d) Hagedorn was former WI Governor Scott Walker’s chief legal counsel for five years. This was during a period that included the court challenges over Walker’s discriminatory voter ID law.
e) One of Hagedorn’s political donors is Stephen Einhorn, who runs an organization that put up so-called “voter fraud” billboards in minority-majority Milwaukee neighborhoods in 2012 to intimidate minority voters into staying home from elections.
f) Retiring Justice Abrahamson is endorsed and supported by liberal groups; Judge Hagedorn is endorsed and supported by conservative groups. If the current liberal minority loses this seat, the conservative majority on the court expands their hold to a 5-2 margin. However, if Judge Lisa Neubauer wins, we retain the seat and even have a chance to regain liberal control for the court in 2020—definitely doable in a potential Democratic wave year!
If you are looking for a high-impact, high-importance, barn-burner of a race with excitement and a clear-cut choice, it’s going to be this one. The Wisconsin Supreme Court has been at the forefront of a number of vital rulings over the past few years, with many more coming up. It’s also important to note that although Judge Neubauer has a fundraising edge over Judge Hagedorn, it’s not huge. This really is neck-and-neck. In a race that usually sees relatively low turnout, Postcards to Voters might provide that winning edge.
Come join us the 1st and 3rd Sunday and the 1st Wednesday of each month as we take back our democracy one postcard at a time. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

Indivisible Eugene

Good news, everyone! We all know that resistbot makes it super fast and easy to contact our MoCs. Well, now they've added the ability to contact your state reps too! Available on FB messenger, twitter DM or good old text message. Just text the word "state" to 50409 or send via your preferred soc medial messenger service to get started! ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

Indivisible Eugene

Today we held an Open Meeting to share what Indivisible Eugene is all about. In addition, we discussed our volunteer needs. Add 40 people, pizza & dessert, and we had a successful & fun day!

If you missed it, but would like to know more, send us a note at
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2 weeks ago

Great meeting today at Whirled Pies. Looking to get and stay connected in a practical way. This page is a good start for check-ins and info sharing, a good way for various break-out groups formed at today's general meeting to share. Please weigh in below w/ comments, suggestion, etc., or just to check in as an IE member. The more we know about who's out there and what the membership is up to, the stronger we are. Onward. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

Indivisible Eugene

Postcarding returns to the Washburne Cafe, Springfield. Wednesday, March 6, 10AM-Noon. We will be writing postcards for Judge Lisa Neubauer who is running for the Wisconsin Supreme Court, with the hope of gaining a liberal majority on the Court. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

Indivisible Eugene

We will be writing postcards this Sunday, March 3, 2-4PM, at Whirled Pies, 199 W 8th. We will write for Democrat Judge Lisa Neubauer, who is running for a seat on the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Please join us and help elect a liberal majority on the Wisconsin Supreme Court. ... See MoreSee Less

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1 month ago

Indivisible Eugene

More images from today's rally. Photos by Merry Song ... See MoreSee Less

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1 month ago

Indivisible Eugene

Thank you Eugene! Just say NO to fake emergencies and blatant Executive power grabs! ... See MoreSee Less

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1 month ago

Indivisible Eugene

Great turnout at the “Fake Trump Emergency” Rally!! ... See MoreSee Less

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