A4D Party Tomorrow!
Sip a Cool Drink, Meet Friends, Speak with Politicians A4D Party Tomorrow!
Tomorrow, Tuesday, July 26, is A4D’s annual garden party. Have you sent your RSVP? Here’s the link. Events get underway at 5:30pm. Among our confirmed guests, who will speak briefly, are Oregon’s Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum and Representatives Tawna Sanchez, Thuy Tran, and Travis Nelson. And more are expected. There will be good food and drink and plenty of shade in the beautiful private garden in Northeast Portland where the party will be held (you’ll receive the address with your reservation). Let’s celebrate a year of activism and reinvigorate our spirits for the upcoming elections! We hope you’ll join us. It will be a pleasure seeing one another in person. And don’t forget to RSVP. See you tomorrow!
Ongoing & Upcoming Opportunities Take Action!
Weekly phonebanks for Jamie McLeod Skinner on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 6:00-8:00pm. Sign up here. Text for Jamie McLeod Skinner on Sundays from 4:00-6:00pm. Details here. Write letters with Swing Left on Fridays. Use this link to join the weekly virtual event from 4:00-5:30pm. Join Indivisible’s deep canvassing phonebank for Western candidates, including Jamie McLeod Skinner, on Thursday, July 28, and on Thursday, August 25, beginning at 5:00pm. July sign-up is here and to register for August, go here. Training is included. Attend the COINvention at Silver Falls State Park’s Smith Creek Village from Sunday, August 14 to Tuesday, August 16. Register here. Join Indivisible’s Give No Ground! movement, which focuses on nine crucial campaigns, including Jamie McLeod Skinner’s. To find out more, go here. Volunteer for candidates A4D has endorsed at the following links: Tina Kotek for governor Jamie McLeod-Skinner for Congress, House District 5 Andrea Salinas for Congress, House District 6 Earl Blumenauer for Congress, House District 3 Suzanne Bonamici for Congress, House District 1
Val Hoyle for Congress, House District 4 Joe Yetter for Congress, House District 2 Re-elect Ron Wyden to the Senate Jo Ann Hardesty for Portland City Council Christina Stephenson for Labor Commissioner