CNY Solidarity members and supporters:
Please find below the weekly ACTION ALERTS from Indivisible NY24.
The election is Tomorrow. TODAY is busy and we encourage everyone to:
1) Find one local or national campaign where you can pitch in to help with voter outreach operations for Monday and/or Tuesday, election day. 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.
2) Mark your calendars for the day after the election, Wed., Nov. 4 at 4 pm (note change of time), 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 (Nov 2)
2 Phone banks available today:
- 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. Also, tomorrow.
- Indivisible phonebank telethon!
Join whenever you are available between 2 pm and 8 pm. To join, you’ll need a phone (landline or cell) and a computer or tablet. Register here! No need for experience: Indivisible will have staff on at all times to get you set up and answer questions. You can also watch this training beforehand, and this motivational video from Harpswell Indivisible.
Tuesday (Nov 3)
Polls open 6:00am-9:00pm.
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.
Wednesday (Nov 4)
2 actions today to support democracy, federal/state and local:
4 pm, Clinton Square: Protect the Results/Count Every Vote Rally in Syracuse.
Day/time subject to change, but if President 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.
1 pm, Onondaga County Legislature meeting of the full session.
Follow on Onondaga County Legislature, live streaming on facebook, Onondaga County session meeting. (Please note: this is a new process by the Onondaga County Legislature, which may require a redirection or different instructions as the process is finalized.) Meeting agendas are found here.
(Also note, this meeting is usually held on the first Tuesday of each month. A notice for Tuesday, December 1 is found in the Save the Date section.)
Thursday – Saturday (Nov 5-7)
No actions at this time.
Sunday (Nov 8)
3-4pm: CNY Solidarity meeting via Zoom
Theme: Post Election issues.
Agenda: to be determined. Please see announcement by Nov. 6.
Save the date for these upcoming events:
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 email@example.com 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.
Tues., Dec 1, 1 pm: Onondaga County Legislature meeting, via facebook. Meeting agendas are found here.
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
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