The Indivisible Guide helped spur movement across the nation, driving ordinary people to activism. And it has been a tremendous resource for helping us resist the Trump Agenda on a national level, but for those of us with Democratic Members of Congress, it often feels like we can do more. Well, thanks to Lt. Governor David Zuckerman, Vermonters now have a guide to action on a more local level.
Here at Indivisible Brattleboro, our motto is “Protect a Progressive Vermont” and Zuckerman’s “A Citizen Guide to Political Activism” will help us do just that. Below, you’ll find a few quick tips from the guide, but be sure to read the entire document:
- Attend ‘Coffee with Constituents’ from 8:30-10:00AM every Friday when the
legislature is in session. This is an opportunity to come to my office in the State
House, have a cup of coffee or tea, and talk with me and others in the room
about issues important to you. We can help you identify what legislators are
working on the issue, what committee may be taking testimony, and
approaches for the greatest impact.
- Tune in to ‘Lunchtime Town Hall: Weekly Conversation with Lt. Governor
David Zuckerman and Guests’ from 12:00-12:30PM streaming live on my
Facebook Page @VTLtGov every Wednesday during the legislative session.
Weekly conversations will focus on topical bills and you are welcome to post
questions before or during via Facebook. This will also be archived for later
viewing on my website http://www.ltgov.vermont.gov.
- Sign-up to receive the Lt. Governor Zuckerman email newsletter by emailing
a request to email@example.com. If you already receive the newsletter
invite some of your friends to sign-up. This is sent every 2-4 weeks and
highlights issues, suggests actions, answers questions, and list upcoming
events I will be attending.