“What’s Next” This Week

Meeting & Events this week for

Liberals and Progressives

@ NWSOFA-Indivisible A Guide for the week

Week of July 4th – July 9th (times vary by event)


“What’s Next” This Week

Meeting & Events this week for

Liberals and Progressives

@ NWSOFA-Indivisible A Guide for the week

Week of July 4th – July 9th (times vary by event)

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Monday thru Friday

Daily @ 9 AM



Start Your Day off with great conversations.. We talk“Stuff” of the Day!.

Click Here to RSVP and get the Zoom link for Coffee and Conversation

4th Of July Parade 2023 Rolling Meadows

Join GPAD and The City of Rolling Meadows in their 2023, 4th of July Parade!

Rolling Meadows July 04, Parade at 10:30am – 1:30pm

4th Of July Parade 2023 Rolling Meadows

Join GPAD and The City of Rolling Meadows in their 2023, 4th of July Parade!

Meet us at 10:30 for set up at 2800 Central Road, Rolling Meadows. (Conyers Learning Academy parking lot).

The parade steps off at 11:30 sharp and ends at the Jewel parking lot on Kirchoff.

Our Democratic electeds, candidates, supporters, volunteers and families are welcome!

We have banners to carry, swag and candy to hand out! Don’t forget to wear your GPAD T-shirts!!

Contact Natalie Sahinoglu · natsahinoglu@yahoo.com · 7736009500

Just show up and March with us

Every Wednesday at 1 PM Central


“Basic Twitter Skills for Social StormingTraining”

Join NWSOFA-Indivisible as we learn from the Best .. Field Team 6

We cover basics … create timely tweets, Instagram & Face Book messaging / reTweet and use lots of premade graphics from FT6

Click Here to RSVP to join NWSOFA-Indivisible Wednesday @ 1 pm Central as we learn Basic Twitter Skills for Social Storming with Field Team 6! ›

Wednesday July 5, 2023 07:30 PM

Indivisible Illinois General Meeting: DO BETTER, DURBIN, featuring Ezra Levin


Federal court vacancies are piling up due to an archaic Senate rule called the “blue slip.” Meanwhile, new evidence of SCOTUS corruption keeps emerging. The nation is turning its eyes to us, because we are in the unique position as Senator Dick Durbin’s constituents to apply friendly but firm pressure on him to do more in his roles as Chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee and as the Democratic Whip.

What can we do? All progressive activists in Illinois are invited to join the Indivisible Illinois Zoom meeting on Wednesday, July 5 at 7:30pm Central to help us strategize and begin taking action! With our collective statewide voice, we can call upon Senator Durbin to:

Ditch the blue slip rule

Get more aggressive on holding Thomas & his corrupt colleagues accountable

Endorse court reforms like a Supreme Court ethics bill and Supreme Court expansion


Ezra Levin is co-founder and co-chair of Indivisible National. He was a congressional staffer when he helped co-found Indivisible. He has been a featured guest on The Rachel Maddow Show many times.

Meagan Hatcher-Mays, Director of Democracy Policy, who will help us gain a better understanding of the blue slip issue, SCOTUS accountability, and court reforms

Sarah Reeske, Organizing Manager for New York State, who will share how New York Indivisibles were able to establish a working relationship with Senator Schumer and pressure him to be more progressive

Katie Guare, Associate Organizing Director for Blue States, who will help us brainstorm plans of action and escalation

Register here to join us for this very special event at 7:30pm on Wednesday, July 5:

July 6, 6:30-8pm, on Zoom

Tough to Run as a Dem in Red Rural Districts? Our Speakers Will Tell You How!


You think it’s hard to be a Democrat in red, rural downstate Illinois? How about in bright red Florida or or deeply conservative northwest Missouri? And yet, our two guests are making political headway in both states.

Anna V. Eskamani is in her third term as the state representative of Florida’s 42nd House District, which includes Edgewood, Belle Isle, parts of Orlando, Winter Park, Maitland, and the historic town of Eatonville. Back in 2018, when she first ran for office, the state Democratic party said she couldn’t win. Instead, she flipped a legislative seat and has since won all her races in a landslide. She’s a master of using social media-friendly events to not only antagonize her Republican colleagues, but especially to get her message out despite being in a super-minority in the Florida state legislature.

Jessica Piper calls herself the Dirt Road Democrat. A former teacher in Missouri with no political experience, she decided to run for her House district’s open seat in 2022 because, she says, there would often be no Democrat on the ballot. Her pitch? After 20 years of a GOP supermajority, state services were suffering, particularly schools. She lost the election but she’s still getting that message out through social media and town hall events. She’s also executive director of Blue Missouri, a group that crowd-sources funds to distribute to Democratic candidates through the state. She’s got a lot of insight into what does and doesn’t work in a deeply red, conservative rural area.

With Illinois’ candidate petition season starting in less than three months, it’s not too early to learn from their experience and recruit rural Democrats to run for office. We can’t afford to leave even a single race uncontested!


Click Here for the Zoom link to register for”Tough to Run as a Dem in Red Rural Districts? Our Speakers Will Tell You How!”

Every Friday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM

“Happy Hour” every Friday @ 5 PM

End your week off with fun,

lively convesation …

What happened this last week.

Click Here to RSVP for Friday’s 5 PM Happy Hour

August 19th Noon to 6:00 Pm

NWSOFA 11th Annual Picnic

Save the Date …

August 19th Saturday

Open to all NWSOFA- Indivisible, Indivisible Chapters, Progressive Groups, Liberals, Dems and Especially Candidates and Elected Officials

NWSOFA & our partners groups .. politicians and candidates.

Click Here to RSVP for NWSOFA’s 11th Annual Picnic on August 19th Noon to 6 PM

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