Welcome to COIN

COIN is made up of Indivisible groups from across Oregon that collaborate to protect democracy and implement progressive values through voter outreach and education, campaigns and elections, holding elected leaders accountable, and advocating for legislation that best reflects our values.

COIN - The Consolidated Oregon Indivisible Network

We are part of Indivisible, a nationwide movement of thousands of volunteer-led local groups that engage in progressive advocacy and electoral work at the local, state, and national level.  

Form your own group or join a group near you.

Run for Something!  Special District Elections filing deadline is March 16. Visit your county elections website to see what positions are open. 

Thinking about running for something in the upcoming May Special District Elections? Or, do you want to help support good candidates in that election?  COIN is offering a couple of opportunities you won't want to miss!  

Tuesday, February 21, at our next regular COIN meeting (7 pm), special guests Bev Stein and Sandy Johnson will be sharing their experience recruiting and supporting candidates for local office (water districts, ports, school boards, city councils, etc) over two election cycles. They will also describe how they were able to get a Voters Guide to all residents of Tillamook County with information about local candidates.  Local elections have the potential to directly impact our lives, so join us and learn how you can help elect great candidates.  Register here for our COIN meetings if you haven't already done so. 

Saturday February 25 and Thursday March 16 - Candidate Workshops with Kevin Sullivan.  COIN is proud to sponsor two workshops for first time candidates, for those thinking about running for something in the future, or for folks who have run before but want to brush up on their skills. The two workshops are identical, just offered on different days to make them more available to you all. Kevin will cover things like 

Check out Kevin's bio and register for the workshop of your choice:

COIN Groups Take Action in their Communities

We Care
Thank you health care workers!

Indivisible activists know the work that starts in our homes and communities is just as important as the work that goes on inside the government. Whether we're gathering in homes or by zoom, organizing rallies, sign waving from bridges, phone banking, post carding, meeting with elected leaders, working on legislation, or even running for office,  our members put in the time because democracy matters.

"This is about the fight for the soul of our democracy." Elijah Cummings

Kudos to Indivisible North Curry County on the success of their Women's March in January. For a small town, they have an active group and a very visible location for their rallies. Bret Cecil reported that the group marched a mile along Oregon Coast Highway 101 and was met with much support in the form of honks and waves from cars driving by. 

If you have a photo of your group's event, send it to us for the website at coinleadership@gmail.com.

WOW! What a Weekend!

Voting is Our Superpower Rally Slide Show

Click above to enlarge and view a slide show from the Voting is Our Superpower Rally. 

COIN's Voting is Our Superpower rally and COINvention was pretty awesome!  

Indivisible Co-Founder, Leah Greenberg and SIX of our COIN-endorsed candidates were there to emphasize how critical it is for us to turn out voters in this election to protect the freedoms we all value, freedoms under threat by an extremist GOP.

Click here to view the video of all our rally speakers!