Announcing COIN's latest endorsement:
for Oregon Commissioner of Labor and Industry
Be sure to join our next COIN meeting (on Zoom, Aug 23 at 7 pm) to meet Christina and see why we're so excited to endorse her for BOLI. Christina will be our special guest along with
COIN - The Consolidated Oregon Indivisible Network
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Breaking News! Leah Greenberg is coming to Oregon October 1-2!
SAVE THE DATE! Leah Greenberg, co-founder of Indivisible, is coming to support COIN's efforts to elect progressive candidates and pass progressive legislation. We are so excited that we have decided to postpone our COINvention until the weekend Leah will be with us. Please note this change!
Leah is also the bestselling co-author (along with husband and co-founder Ezra) of "We Are Indivisible - A Blueprint for Democracy After Trump." We are super-excited and honored that she is coming to Oregon to provide us with some inspiration and motivation for the work ahead.
We are just now working on the details but please SAVE THE DATE. Our tentative plans include a rally at the state capitol on Saturday around noon, some training workshops by Indivisible staff Saturday afternoon, an event Saturday evening, and then some canvassing and support for Indivisible nationally-endorsed candidate Jamie McLeod-Skinner on Sunday!
We are able to transfer our Indivisi-Gather Plus grant from the cancelled Silver Falls event to this new event, so stay tuned. We hope to have some lodging and other assistance for travelers from outside the area!
Ask your group members to save the date and start thinking about caravans to Salem. We want every Congressional District in the state to be well-represented!
COIN has invited all of our COIN-endorsed candidates to be a part of this exciting weekend. You won't want to miss it!
Thank you health care workers!
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"This is about the fight for the soul of our democracy." Elijah Cummings