Tues – 4/30: #WeAreIndivisible. Take the 2020 pledge.

We must defeat Donald Trump.

  • The first step is a primary contest that produces a strong Democratic nominee.
  • The second step is winning the general election. We will not accept anything less.

To ensure this outcome, I pledge to:

Make the primary constructive.

We’ll make the primary election about our hopes for the future, and a robust debate of values, vision and the contest of ideas. We’ll remain grounded in our shared values, even if we support different candidates.

Rally behind the winner.

We’ll support the ultimate Democratic nominee, whoever it is — period. No Monday morning quarterbacking. No third-party threats.


Do the work to beat Trump.

We’re the grassroots army that’s going to power the nominee to victory, and we’ll show up to make calls, knock doors, and do whatever it takes.

See which 2020 candidates share these values and take your own pledge here.

Share the pledge on Twitter.

Share the pledge on Facebook.

2fd37645-copy-of-indivisible-2_0cq0ct0cq0ct000000001The weekend after the Democratic National Convention, we show up.

Saturday and Sunday, July 18 and 19, 2020, the weekend after the Democratic National Convention, Indivisibles and others will host 2020 kickoff events across the country to show their support for the nominee and hit the ground running to beat Trump in 2020.

Indivisible Ventura will be sponsoring activities. Be sure you’re signed up for our newsletter for the latest information
here. For ours and other groups’ events, also go here.

This is an important start to a long primary. Indivisible is committed to engaging in this primary from now through the convention, pushing on issues that the grassroots cares about and holding candidates accountable. We’re going to work to make this a healthy, constructive primary that identifies a candidate who can build a powerful, diverse coalition and ultimately win.

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