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Cards And Coffee Is Back!

Happy Friday, Activists! 


We hope your pre-holiday week has gone well!  We have good news about getting together in person.  First, we hope you were able to come out to our meeting on Monday with voter turnout expert David Nickerson.  More on that below. 

And second, we have news below about writing our postcards. 

And third - you can find out more about our 35 Doors Project in person at tomorrow's brunch!




First, an update on our current postcard campaign  

First up -- we have finished all the postcards for this current campaign.  A reminder that we ask that you mail them by the end of June.  We are working on more research and developing the new script for the next round of infrastructure projects.  Then we'll start up the next round of postcards, in a few weeks.  


And next -- many of you remember when we met at a coffee shop before Covid, to write postcards, drink some coffee, have a pastry, and have good conversation.  Well, we're starting it up again!  


You can bring the postcards from our current campaign with you and write them there or we will have some other postcards we can give you to write.  

When: Wednesday, June 5th at 11:00 AM

Where:  OCF Coffee Shop, 2100 Fairmount Ave, Philadelphia 




Indivisible PA Statewide is sponsoring a meeting with Dr. David Nickerson this Tuesday, May 28th, at 7:00 PM on zoom.  He will explain his research on persuasion techniques for speaking with voters.  He is a pre-eminent researcher/scholar on this topic and his insights will be helpful for our conversations with voters this year. 


You'll learn a lot!

Where:  Zoom

When:  Tuesday, May 28th at 7:00 PM




Find out about more about this project in person when we have brunch tomorrow!  Sign up here so we have a count.  More details below.


We hear you.  We know you're worried about this year's election.  After all, we need to re-elect President Biden. We need to keep the Senate.  And we need to take back the House.  The good news is that we have the very best way for you to get voters to the polls to vote for Democrats (come to next Monday's meeting to find out more)!  And that's talking to your neighbors about elections in friendly conversations.


You may know that in Philadelphia we sure have our work cut out for us.  You might want to check out this Inquirer article about how our local Dem party may not be getting the job doneSo that's why our work is ever more important.  


We give you everything you need -- a script/talking points, handouts, door hangers, a clipboard, buttons and stickers, and a handy portfolio to keep everything in.  And you can select the addresses you want to go to.  It's easy, close to your home, and you can do it on your own time. 


And we have a way you can do this in your apartment building if that's where you live. 


You can find out more in person because we're meeting just for this project.  We've invited our Neighborhood Leaders and those interested in becoming one for brunch at Jack's Firehouse, 2130 Fairmount Ave, Philadelphia TOMORROW at 11:15.  Sign up here so we have a count for the restaurant.


Here's how it works:  

1.  Let us know you're interested in learning more by sending us an email at (or reply to this newsletter).


2.  We'll set up a call to give you more detail, answer your questions, and confirm you'd like to be part of this project.


3.  Then we'll set up a zoom meeting with you and go over the map of the voters in your neighborhood and you'll pick the blocks and addresses you want to canvass.


4.  We'll bring you all the materials you'll need a few weeks before the election.  


Also, to learn more now, go to this page on our website.


And One More Thing:

Share our social media pages to make sure you and everyone you know is updated on our projects for this year’s critical elections.

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