United in hope
October 19, 2019
PLEASE NOTE: LCI's October 12 newsletter edition specified an incorrect date for an upcoming training in Environmental Voter Project text banking. The CORRECT TRAINING DATE is WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13.
--We apologize for the error.

Environmental Voter Project text bank training
Are you an environmentalist? Want to help get more environmentalists to vote? Join us!

4-5:30 PM
Brewster Ladies' Library (Lower Level Meeting Room)
1822 Main Street, Brewster 02631

Deborah Shah of the Environmental Voter Project will hold a text bank training in Brewster to teach us how to text environmentally-leaning but inactive voters GET OUT THE VOTE. Our goal will be to significantly increase voter demand for environmental leadership by identifying inactive environmentalists and then turning them into consistent activists and voters.

The texting system is very simple to learn--all you need is a phone (or computer)! And once you've learned, you can join--or hold--a texting gathering to make sure we do all we can to GOTV in 2020.
Questions? Contact: for information.
Your donation—no matter the size—will help defray the direct costs of operations, from meeting room rentals and printing to posters and transportation. What’s more, your contribution will enable us to grow our programs to further inform and mobilize Cape Cod communities to resist the Trump administration and promote progressive values, candidates and policies at all levels.

*Contributions to LCI made through ActBlue are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes.
Lower Cape Indivisible is an all-volunteer group of Cape Cod citizens whose mission is to mobilize for social, economic and environmental justice; promote universal participation in the democratic process; and resist political agendas that subvert American democracy. Standing for inclusion, tolerance, and fairness, we are one of more than 6000 Indivisible groups committed to resisting the Trump/Pence/McConnell agenda, as well as to holding our state and local leaders accountable for fair and ethical action. Our work is based on the original Indivisible Guide, created by former congressional staffers who wanted to demystify political activism and share effective tactics for change.
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