If you’re disappointed in the direction our country is taking, you may have heard of the Indivisible Guide, a playbook written by former congressional staffers drawing from experience during the Obama years, detailing the type of grass roots organizing and opposition that make an impact on our representatives. Indivisible movement methods of opposition include attending town halls, visiting congressional offices locally, and learning how to run for office locally.
The Lansdowne Democratic committee, which meets at Borough Hall on the second Monday of every month at 7pm, is a great way to get started on this type of activity, and to get in touch with local organizers. Whatever your talents or resources, the Democratic Committee can help you get started finding an way to participate. Whether you are interested in local office, a Borough committee, getting connected with local activists, or if you just want to know more about what is going on locally, join us in Borough hall. If you are interested in Democratic activities at the county or national level, we can help you get started with those things as well. If you would like to know where the next rally or protest is occurring, we can put you in touch with spirited local activists participating in “Tuesdays with Toomey” or Save ACA protests at Pat Meehan’s office.
You don’t need to know ahead of time which activities might work best with your schedule and interests. Getting started can be as simple attending one of the LDC meetings and getting to know your neighbors in Lansdowne.