I’ve talked to Senator Moran’s Office–What did he say when you called about your concerns?


E-mail Jerry – U.S. Senator for Kansas, Jerry Moran

If your matter is urgent, please call a Kansas office near you and a member of my staff will be in touch. Click here for a list of Kansas offices. Email Jerry.

Contact Info – U.S. Senator for Kansas, Jerry Moran

Dirksen Senate Office Building Room 521. Washington, D.C. 20510. Phone: (202) 224-6521. Fax: (202) 228-6966 *Please send invitations to Olathe Office …

Kansas Indivisibles —

Things with the #TrumpTaxScam are heating up and changing by the minute (sorry for two emails in one day!). Republicans are going full-speed ahead to try and ram through the #TrumpTaxScam before you can make enough noise to stop them — like you did on health care.

Some Republicans are still on the fence, including Senator Moran. This weekend, Senator Moran said “We don’t want to increase the debt and deficit as a result of tax cuts. I’m also cognizant of what people saw happen in Kansas.” (Clay County town hall, 11/25/17)

Today, we’re flooding the Senate phone lines. We’re making calls to progressives in target states. And Indivisibles are holding more than 80 events across the country for a National Day of Action to show the GOP just how we feel about this scammy, awful bill.

Can you make a call to Senator Moran so they know where you stand on this bill? You can use our call scripts to prep what to say, then use our toll-free number (1-855-980-2350) to make a call!

— The Indivisible Team

———- Forwarded message ———-
From: Indivisible Team
Date: Mon, Nov 27, 2017
Subject: Tell your Senator how you feel about the #TrumpTaxScam

Dear Kansas Indivisibles,

The Senate comes back from recess today and they have one goal: pass tax cuts for their billionaire donors and wealthy families like the Trumps. That means we have just one weekly to-do for you this week: defeat the #TrumpTaxScam.

The Senate is expected to vote on the Motion to Proceed (a pre-vote vote) as early as Wednesday and they could take a final vote as early as Friday.

The only reason defeating this bill is remotely possible is because of you. With full control over both chambers of Congress and the White House, the Republicans’ agenda (health care repeal, this scammy tax bill, and more) should’ve been easy for them to pass. But at each and every turn, your constituent pressure has stopped them in their tracks. And the GOP is feeling the heat from their donors because you’ve ground their agenda to a halt.

Now, just like with healthcare, if we make some noise, show up, and put relentless pressure on our members of Congress, we can win. Here’s how we do it:

Show up.

Make a call.

  • We’ve set up a toll-free number to make it easier to call your Senators at 1-855-980-2350. That number will connect you to one of your Senators and, if you call back again, it’ll automatically connect you to your other Senator.
  • Republican senators in Alaska, Arizona, Tennessee and West Virginia are key targets in this fight and they need to hear your voice. Find your Senator on our call script page, read up, and start making phone calls. This fight isn’t over and they need to hear just how muchyou hate this bill.

This bill is bad, bad, bad (if you need a reminder of how bad it is, read up on it here). But we can stop it if we all show up the same way we did for healthcare.

Tune in to Facebook Live TONIGHT at 8:30pm ET/5:30pm PT

We have just 5 weeks left of 2017. Tune in tonight to hear about our priorities for the rest of the year: defeating the #TrumpTaxScam and fighting for a clean DREAM Act.


This week’s #TrumpThreatLevel:

In a show of bluster, Trump re-listed North Korea as a state sponsor of terrorism, a move that could escalate tensions and ruin chances for diplomacy. The Trump administration also ramped up strikes in Afghanistan, continuing a pattern of escalated global war and disregard for civilian lives. Secretary of State Tillerson is facing an internal revolt from career diplomats concerned that his allegiance to Trump’s so-called “America First” approach is violating important human rights laws. Read our running list of all the ways Trump is putting us at risk here.

Building a sustainable, indivisible movement

Taxes are our main policy focus for the next little bit. But as we approach our one-year anniversary (we can’t believe it!), we’re also spending some time thinking about the months and years ahead and how we build a strong, sustainable movement.

Starting this week, things are going to look a bit different around here! When we wrote the Indivisible Guide last December, we were so focused on keeping up with the incredible organizing happening on the ground that our “brand” was accidental. But, as we developed into an organization with full-time staff, 6,000 groups on the ground, and tens of thousands of people who take action each week, we realized needed to take our “brand” seriously.

We started out wanting something nostalgic. Traditional Americana. Something powerful. But as we went through concepts with flags and statues and fists raised in power, we kept coming back to one thing: you. Our brand was born in your living rooms and community centers. It was built by hundreds of thousands of people who showed up this year to make their voices heard, gathered around windows of a church because the meeting was standing room only.

You’ll begin to see the new brand and some other changes in the next few days. Starting tomorrow (it’s #GivingTuesday!), our emails will be streamlined, easier to read, and a bit prettier. On Wednesday, you’ll see our new logo appear on our website and social media. And soon, we’ll have IndivisiMerch for you to wear your IndivisiPride on your sleeve or purchase gifts for family and friends (just in time for the holidays!).

We’re excited to show you what we came up with… and, as always, we’re thrilled to build this movement with you day in and day out.

In solidarity,
The Indivisible Team


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About eslkevin

I am a peace educator who has taken time to teach and work in countries such as the USA, Germany, Japan, Nicaragua, Mexico, the UAE, Kuwait, Oman over the past 4 decades.
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