5 ways to get involved right now.

Action by action, day by day, group by group, Indivisibles are remaking our democracy. They make calls. They show up. They speak with their neighbors. They organize. And through that work, they’ve built hundreds of mini-movements in support of their local values. And now, after practice, training, and repetition, they’ve built lasting power on their home turf and a massive, collective political muscle ready to be exercised each and every day in every corner of the country.

Here’s how you can take action right now.


Meet the Indivisible Candidates

Indivisible groups all around the country are making local endorsements. We’re amplifying their good work and building power by announcing Indivisible national endorsements.

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A Practical Guide for Winning Elections

Since the Indivisible Guide was first tweeted out in December of 2016, Indivisible groups across the country have played a critical role in resisting the Trump agenda, stopping TrumpCare, and building power nationwide. Now, with the 2018 midterms on the horizon, we’re going on the offensive. Together, we have the power to not just resist, but to win key electoral victories and reshape government.

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Why We Must Stop Kavanaugh From Becoming Trump’s Next Supreme Court Justice

On July 9th, Trump nominated Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court and set the stage for a monumental shift in the Court’s makeup. Key issues that affect us all hang in the balance, including reproductive rights, access to health care, LGBTQ rights, environmental protections, and much more.

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Catch Up On Our 50 State, 435 District Plan to Win

For months, thousands of Indivisible groups across the country have worked to resist the Trump agenda. From the travel ban to TrumpCare, we’ve seen how powerful constituent lobbying can be. But resistance isn’t enough— we also have to win elections. Indivisible435 is how we do it— in every state, in every congressional district across the country.

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Building the Blue Wave

In addition to showing up at district offices, town halls and making calls, there is another easy way constituents can hold their Members of Congress accountable—voting! However, before constituents can vote, they have to register.

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taking action to resist the GOP’s agenda, elect local champions, and fight for progressive policies. Now, it’s time to find yours and do the work to win.

Our Press

Local Sep 13, 2018

Leeder endorsed by Indivisible

Hood County News
Local Sep 14, 2018

Company spun off from business once tied to opioids gave $30K to Southern Illinois reps

Belleville News-Democrat
National Sep 13, 2018

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo easily defeats actress and activist Cynthia Nixon in Democratic primary

Local Sep 12, 2018

Sen. Collins facing mounting pressure from Mainers opposing Supreme Court nominee

National Sep 13, 2018

Why Decriminalizing Sex Work Is A Life Or Death Issue


To mark 100 days from the midterm elections, Indivisibles across 24 states registered nearly 150 canvasses, phone banks, and voter registration events to reach 100,000 voters over the course of just three days.

Weekend of Action