Unhappy with Trump’s destructive agenda? TAKE ACTION NOW!

This new resource from the Hanover Democratic Committee is designed to help citizens take strategic acts that will protect our Democracy.  Watch for weekly action items here on the HDC webpage, in your inbox and on Facebook. 

Action 1:

Celebrate!

TAN readers worked tirelessly on the campaigns of Tim Kaine and Vangie Williams. Although Vangie did not win this time she laid the foundation for success in this tough district in 2020. Thanks to all for their efforts! Take some time to celebrate and refresh.

The Democratic take over of the House of Representatives is welcome news and with that shift in power, it is time to switch tactics in the resistance to the Trump agenda. The grassroots organizer, Indivisible, has done that in its newly released guide called Indivisible on Offense. Download the new guide here to get a preview of what is next in our work together.

https://indivisible.org/campaign/indivisible-whats-next?akid=37055.404454.fkvhN-&rd=1&t=12

Action 2:

Stand up to bullies.

Trump is a bully and it is alarming how many Republicans are enabling his bullying behavior. Here are tips on how to call out bullying behavior and deal with those who enable it. Some readers may need these skills with their families at Thanksgiving!

https://www.rickhanson.net/stand-up-to-bullies/

Action 3:

Save the date.

Many observers of the 2017 Women’s March wondered if that energy could be sustained. The answer to that is that the March inspired many women to run for office and in the recent election a record number of those women were elected to local and national offices.

The next chapter in the history of Women’s March is set for January 19, 2019. The main event will be in Washington, D.C with sister marches around the world. Click here to get details and to register:
https://www.womensmarch.com/2019?link_id=0&can_id=10d74a71f7dab0ce5151542013fccbc9&source=email-11919&email_referrer=email_452086___subject_577301&email_subject=11919#can-event-area-womensmarch2019.

Note: TAN will take a Thanksgiving break next week. Happy Thanksgiving to our readers.