1/12/22  The A4D Steering Committee has recommended that A4D endorse two important gun initiatives for the November 2022 election cycle (go here for more details):
    2022 IP 17 - "Reduction of Gun Violence Act" -- Safer Owners and Less Lethal Ammunition
    2022 IP 18 – "Reduction of Harm from Weapons Act” -- Fewer Semiautomatic Assault Firearms
1/2/22  The A4D Steering Committee unanimously has recommended that A4D endorse Jamie McLeod-Skinner in her race to become Oregon’s representative in newly-redrawn District 5.  Click here for more on this endorsement and here for factors we used in making it.
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FLASH:  1/11/21  The national Indivisible organization has endorsed Jamie McLeod-Skinner as Representative for Oregon District 5.
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Postcarding is leading the pack in A4D's COIN squad, Connect for Democracy!
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 COIN Squads organize our members calling  members of Congress, writing letters or postcards, and other Indivisible activities.
In Portland
We Care
We Care delivers "Thank You!" packages to Providence Hospital workers.  See photos of an event here, a video here 
and a newspaper story
Click here for all A4D's Connect for  Democracy activities
here for activities across all of Oregon
Please attend the Indivisible Sisters January 6 Insurrection Remembrance event at 7 p.m. that day.  We will be zooming.  Use this link to sign up.   Bring a candle to light.
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A4D has committed to working with Lutheran Community Services Northwest (LCSNW) in their efforts to resettle Afghan refugees in the Portland area.
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Jump into this vital
effort by
Check out the Adopted Oregon Redistricting Maps
  Oregon Senate
Oregon House
and remarks by OR Senator Michael Dembrow on the recent redistricting process and implications.
Make a real difference today! 
Write post cards or letters to encourage Dems who don't always vote to sign up for vote by mail!  Get started
Portland Charter Review  Update
Interested in how Portland's form of government might change?  Here is an update on the 2021-2022 charter review process.