We are a multi-partisan group of more than 600 residents resisting the Trump agenda, respectfully making our voices heard by our elected representatives — and working to replace those representatives when they don't respect us!
Englewood Indivisible members live throughout all of Englewood in both Sarasota and Charlotte counties, as well as Placida, Rotonda West, North Port, the Gulf Coves and nearby Port Charlotte. We invite you to join us as we reach out to the community, campaign for change, and enjoy socializing together.
Our next (online) meeting is Tuesday, June 9th, at 7:00 PM.
Englewood Indivisible's June 9th meeting, on Tuesday June 9th at 7:00 PM, will be focused on the candidacy of Alice White, a member of our group who is running for Sarasota County Commissioner in District 5. Alice will join our online meeting and we'll talk about her campaign and her ideas for Sarasota County.
Members who live in Charlotte County are encouraged to attend the meeting and get involved in Alice's campaign.
To join the Zoom meeting, click on this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86154312024?pwd=dlJoNkhjcUhUOWMrRmtLRU5iVTlaUT09.
There are additional connection options here.
Alice White, a retired teacher and founder and chair of People for Trees, has a long history of volunteering in North Port. Attesting to her community links, she qualified for the ballot with petitions just before social distancing commenced. To volunteer for her campaign, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
White, a Democrat, will be running in Sarasota County's first single-member-district election in District 5, which takes in Englewood and North Port. The shift from county-wide elections was won by a ballot measure that many of us worked on. It gives Democrats a chance to win a seat on the Commission -- which they have not had for many years.
Please join us at our meeting and find out what we can do to elect Alice White to the County Commission!
We've all seen some wonderful videos, cartoons, memes and posts floating around the internet. Starting with our May 11th newsletter, Englewood Indivisible is sharing one of those amusing or incisive items that is just too good to let anyone miss.
Please send your favorite recommendatons to EnglewoodIndivisible@gmail.com
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Week 4: Our fourth feature is Sarah Cooper lip-syncing Trump's medical discussion about using disinfectant and light to treat Covid-19.
Week 3: Our third feature is a column by Carl Hiaasen, "Nothing says 'freedom' like a new bicep tattoo," that appeared May 24th in the Englewood Sun.
Week 2: Our second offering is With A Little Help From The Feds, by Founders Sing.
Week 1: Our first offering is Vote Him Away (The Liar Tweets Tonight). If you are among the 8 million who have already seen it, it's likely you won't mind enjoying it again! (It's built on the 1961 Weavers hit, Wimoweh.)
Our next meeting is Tuesday, June 9th, at 7:00 PM online.
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