RETAKE OUR DEMOCRACY ZOOMINAR:
Tuesday, August 4. NM State Election Strategies: Who Can Win, Who Needs a Push and What YOU Can Do. Panelists include: Eric Griego, Working Families Party of NM, Andrea Serrano, Olé and representatives from Indivisible, Nasty Women and other grassroots groups that have teams working on campaigns. Find out key races where wins are possible and races where good Democrat incumbents face stiff challenges. Find out the nuances involved in organizing successful campaigns and the many ways in which you can support a campaign. There is far more to be done besides making calls and writing letters.
We have a unique opportunity in 2021, a Democratic Governor, a strongly progressive House and potentially a completely transformed Senate. Now we need to finish the job and make great candidates into great legislators.
Find out how we can create a Legislature ready to pass a Public Bank, Health Security, Tax Reform, Funding for Early Childhood, and to pave the way for a just transition in NM.This Zoom will reach capacity very early, so register now by clicking here.
Please don’t just hope that progressives will win and the lives of New Mexicans will improve. Hope is good, but action is better. Phone calls and letters can have a huge impact on election results. Please get involved today. It’s time for all of us to step up and take action. The results of the 2020 elections are critical to survival of our democracy!
Please join ACLU of New Mexico staff with two very special guests for a town hall discussion around policing policy, reform and action we’re taking here in New Mexico and across the country. ACLU-NM’s Peter Simonson and Barron Jones will be joined by ACLU’s National Policing Policy Advisor Paige Fernandez and Elaine Maestas, whose sister was shot and killed by Bernalillo County deputies one year ago and who has become a leading advocate for improved law enforcement transparency and accountability.
-Paige Fernandez, Policing Policy Advisor, ACLU National Political Advocacy Department
-Elaine Maestas, Police Reform Advocate
-Barron Jones, Senior Policy Strategist
-Peter Simonson, Executive Director
WHEN: Wednesday, August 5, 2020 12:00pm
HOW: RSVP to Christine Vigil, email@example.com
Information on how to access the meeting will be provided at the time of RSV
The 2020 General Election is the most important of our lifetime. Democracy in the United States, and our existence on this planet are arguably at stake. The Taos United/Taoseños Unidos Election Committee is up and running, with many opportunities to volunteer safely from home. Take the survey, join with others or work on your own. For more information, email Marjorie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Essentials for you and anyone who many need it:
New Mexico Public Health Coronavirus UpdatesFill out your 2020 Census Form:
Support vulnerable communities:
Taos Immigrant Allies
McKinley Mutual Aid is based/focused in McKinley County, NM
(Gallup, Zuni, Crownpoint )
Navajo and Hopi Families COVID-19 relief is based out of Tuba City, AZ and works reservation-wide/particularly on the Arizona side.
SAVE THE DATE:
Taos United/Taoseños Unidos Community Forum (via Zoom):
August 18th, 2020 5:30 PM
Join us online: taosunited.org and on Facebook: https://www.
Meeting (via Zoom) at our regular time: 3 PM – 4 PM Thursdays
for information, contact Diane at email@example.com)