CNY Solidarity Coalition

United in defense of our community and our neighbors

Action Alerts – Week of October 26

Nobody Is Above the Law in Syracuse

CNY Solidarity members and supporters:
Please find below the weekly ACTION ALERTS from Indivisible NY24.

The election is NEXT WEEK. I urge everyone reading this to do three things TODAY:

1) If you haven’t voted already, make a plan to vote early in person. Days/times listed below. Reach out to all your friends & family and make sure they have a voting plan as well.

2) Find one local or national campaign where you can pitch in to help with voter outreach operations. New people are always welcome, even on the home stretch. Think of it as sending in reinforcements when some of the other folks are getting tired.

3) Mark your calendars for the day after the election, Wed., Nov. 4 at 5pm, when we’ll be rallying in Clinton Square. The day/time is tentative and subject to change, but if Pres. Trump tries to steal the election, contest the results, or undermine the vote-counting, we’ll be joining thousands of others nationally to Protect the Results. Click here to sign up for our event, and please help spread the word. 

And now, on to the week’s action alerts.

Today (Oct 26)

In-Person Early Voting

Early voting available in Onondaga County, 10:00-6:00. Sites in Camillus, Clay, Dewitt, Lafayette, and Syracuse. More details here.

Phone-Bank for Dana Balter

Today and every day this week, Balter for Congress is hosting virtual phone-banking events. Training provided. Click here to find one and sign up.

Tuesday (Oct 27)

In-Person Early Voting

Early voting available in Onondaga County, 12-8pm. Sites in Camillus, Clay, Dewitt, Lafayette, and Syracuse. More details here.

Weekly Text-Banking

Indivisible NY24 will host our weekly session of text-banking to voters in key states at 7pm. Zoom details will be shared on Indivisible NY24 email list that morning.

Wednesday (Oct 28)

In-Person Early Voting

Early voting available in Onondaga County, 12-8pm. Sites in Camillus, Clay, Dewitt, Lafayette, and Syracuse. More details here.

Text-Banking for State Senator Rachel May

Every Wednesday from 5:30-7:30pm. Reply to me for sign-up info.

Thursday (Oct 29)

In-Person Early Voting

Early voting available in Onondaga County, 10:00-6:00. Sites in Camillus, Clay, Dewitt, Lafayette, and Syracuse. More details here.

Text-Banking for State Senator Rachel May

Every Thursday from 5:30-7:30pm. Reply to me for sign-up info.

Friday (Oct 30)

In-Person Early Voting

Early voting available in Onondaga County, 10:00-6:00. Sites in Camillus, Clay, Dewitt, Lafayette, and Syracuse. More details here.

Saturday (Oct 31)

Text-Banking for State Senator Rachel May

Every Saturday from 3-5pm. Reply to me for sign-up info.

In-Person Early Voting

Early voting available in Onondaga County, 10:00-3:00. Sites in Camillus, Clay, Dewitt, Lafayette, and Syracuse. More details here.

Indivisible Phone-Banking

Indivisible Phone banking to GOTV in swing states, 3-6pm. Sign up here.

Sunday (Nov 1)

Phone-banking for Senator Rachel May

Every Sunday, from 3-5pm. Reply to me for sign up details.

In-Person Early Voting

Early voting available in Onondaga County, 10:00-3:00. Sites in Camillus, Clay, Dewitt, Lafayette, and Syracuse. More details here.

Save the date for these upcoming events:

Tue., Nov. 3: Election day. Polls open 6:00am-9:00pm.

Wed., Nov. 4: Protect the Results/Court Every Vote Rally in Syracuse. Scheduled for 5pm at Clinton Sq. Day/time subject to change, but if Pres. Trump tries to steal the election, contest the results, or undermine the vote-counting, we’ll be joining thousands of others nationally to rally to Protect the Results. Click here to sign up, and please help spread the word. 

Sun., Nov 8, 3-4pm: CNY Solidarity meeting via Zoom.

Sat., Nov 14, 12-4pm: Making Change: Basics of Organizing for Social Justice. Skill-building workshop delivered via Zoom by RiseUp Social Action Training and Education. FREE and open to all. To register, email cmc@maxwell.syr.edu and include information about organization affiliations or academic departments and any special accommodations that would enable your full participation. 

Sun., Nov 22, 3-4pm: CNY Solidarity meeting via Zoom.

Sun., Dec 6, 3-4pm: CNY Solidarity meeting via Zoom.

Sun., Dec 20, 3-4pm: CNY Solidarity meeting via Zoom.

Sun., Jan 10, 3-4pm: CNY Solidarity meeting via Zoom (Annual Meeting).

Today and every day, be sure to follow us online and on social media. Check out our Website and our Instagram. Follow us on Twitter: @CNYSolidarity and @IndivisibleNY24 and Facebook: www.facebook.com/cnysolidarity/  and www.facebook.com/groups/IndivisibleNY24

You’re receiving this email because you’re subscribed to the CNY Solidarity Coalition announcements list. This is a low-volume list (typically no more than 4-6 messages per week), which now has more than 2,000 subscribers. We also maintain higher-volume listservs as venues for discussion of general Coalition-wide issues (discussion-cnysolidarity), key state and local action team organizing priorities (stateleg-cnysolidarity), and key Indivisible NY24 organizing priorities (IndivisibleNY24). The latter list includes more frequent action alerts and information about local electoral campaigns supported by Indivisible. If you’d like to be added to any of these lists, please reply to me and let me know which ones.

Volunteers needed:
Interested in helping with the website, data entry? Contact elaine@iammeinteractive.com
Interested in helping to distribute CNYSC brochures? Contact rshungerford8@gmail.com

Interested in helping to welcome new members? Contact Marianna.kaufman@gmail.com

Support the CNY Solidarity Coalition by making a donation online to help us cover technology, printing and other expenses. Thank you. *Donations are not tax deductible.

In Solidarity,

Tom

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