Dear Fellow Indivisible Glen Cove Members: Over the summer our meeting came up with some questions to ask local candidates for City Council. We have the first in what we hope will be a series of responses. Thanks Annie Phillips, for getting back to us! (Our words are in italics; Annie's are in regular font.) … Continue reading Candidate Questions: Annie Phillips Responds
On November 7th, Glen Cove will elect a new mayor and city council. Our Indivisible group should play a large role in shaping the progressive platform locally, and in educating and turning our our constituents. Because there are more than 300 of us, we can influence the local Democratic platform. To that end, we will spend … Continue reading We Need a Platform!
(What follows is the opinion of Michelle Chalfoun--not as a spokesperson of IGC) May 16th is Glen Cove's Board of Ed election. It's really important that we progressives start taking back local politics, and this is our first chance. Please be sure to come out and vote yes on the budget and please be sure … Continue reading LOCAL ELECTION ACTION ALERT
OK RESISTERS, celebrate, but also FOCUS! This is an emergency! Minority chair of the House Committee on Intelligence, Adam Schiff (who is FANTASTIC) is asking the public to DEMAND that the Trump/Russian ties hearing on MONDAY be open to the public. Majority leader Nunes (the dumb fuck who still must resign) has decided it will … Continue reading Action Item: Trump Russian Ties Hearing March 27, 2017
At the recent local ACLU action meeting, we were urged to speak to our police and local officials about "what policies are in place or supported by local law enforcement" in regards to undocumented immigrants. The goal is to "pressure our local elected officials to adopt the “Freedom Cities” policies and rules." We really won't … Continue reading Glen Cove Town Halls: Be Heard!
THE CLIMATE MARCH - WASHINGTON DC AND AROUND THE COUNTRY When Saturday, April 29 at 10 AM - 3 PM Where Washington, DC and around the country Join the People’s Climate Movement on April 29th in Washington, D.C. and across the country to stand up for our communities and climate. Throughout the first 100 days … Continue reading People’s Climate March – April 29