We are a nonpartisan 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 meeting is Saturday, December 14th at 3:00 PM at the Elsie Quirk Library.
Englewood Indivisible is one of the hundreds of Indivisible groups that sprang up around the country after the 2016 election.
Jean Ranallo, a familiar figure to all who drive SR 776 and see her holding up a peace sign, will be honored by the Englewood Democratic Club and Englewood Indivisible with a “Honk for Peace” from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM at the intersection of SR 776 and West Dearborn Street in Englewood, and, from 1:00 to 2:30 PM in a presentation in the Elsie Quirk Library Meeting Room.
To celebrate Ranallo’s many years of holding a "Honk for Peace" sign on SR 776 at West Dearborn Street, members of both organizations will join her in holding peace signs. Following that, everyone will move to the Elsie Quirk Library for a 1:00 – 2:30 PM celebration honoring Jean for her dedication to promoting peace.
Community fans of Ranallo's are welcome to participate. Signs will be provided.
Rosemary Hagen, who proposed the celebration, and Dick Nelson will speak at the celebration. Both Hagen and Nelson are veteran peace sign holders at the Dearborn-776 intersection.
August 16, 2019 - Englewood Indivisible is posting policy positions on a range of the issues that will draw voters' focus as we move toward the 2020 elections. Written by a dozen of our group's most dedicated activists, the positions will be presented to group members at our August 17th meeting.
The policy positions will be available as a document to Englewood Indivisible members who canvass and engage voters at tables.
As a diverse multi-partisan group, we have different issues that motivate us, and individual positions may vary on some topics. However, we have consensus in our opposition to the current president’s policies and behaviors. As the present Republican Party frequently embraces these policies and behaviors, we often back Democratic candidates. Yet, regardless of their party affiliation, we advocate for candidates who champion our positions.
Healthcare: We believe all Americans, including the self-employed, have the right to healthy lives and to affordable healthcare, regardless of pre-existing conditions. We support programs which extend health care benefits to more people, including:
Reproductive Rights. We believe that abortion should be safe, legal and a rarity. Even though some of us may be personally opposed to abortion, we nonetheless trust women with this difficult decision and believe the choice should be available. We also support:
Environment: We believe the government should take strong action to
Immigration: We do not endorse open borders. We support comprehensive immigration reform that addresses security issues from our land borders to entrance to the US via air or sea.
We advocate legislation:
Our next meeting is Saturday, December 14th at 3:00 PM at the Elsie Quirk Library, 100 West Dearborn Street in Englewood.
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