2019 Women's March Rally Las Cruces
Jan
19
1:00 PM13:00

2019 Women's March Rally Las Cruces

The Las Cruces Women’s Rally will be held at Albert Johnson Park next to the Branigan Library (501 N Main St.) on Saturday, January 19, 2019. This event is sponsored by the Las Cruces Coalition for Reproductive Justice, NMSU Gender and Sexuality Studies Program, and the NAAP Dona Ana County. Dr. Dulcinea Lara, Associate Professor and Director of Ethnic Studies in the Dept. of Criminal Justice, NMSU will be the keynote speaker. Representative Joanne Ferrary will also give a legislative prospectus.

Rally participants are encouraged to bring chairs, water and signs or banners for use during the event. There will be opportunities to create signs as well.

For more information about the Rally, contact:

Cassandra Calway - mawcas5@yahoo.com Jan Thompson - janthompson0817@gmail.com

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Celebrate Success!
Dec
11
7:00 PM19:00

Celebrate Success!

Let’s celebrate Indivisible's incredible year and the success of those--volunteers, friends and candidates--who helped make the 2018 election an exciting success. Join the Indivisible Board for a pot luck celebration immediately following Indivisible's Dec. 11 meeting.  We’ll gather at 7:00 p.m. at the home of Linda and Jim Harris.  Bring a light snack and we'll provide the spirits. Questions? Call Linda Harris at 575-405-2177.  


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Looking at Electoral Options
Dec
11
5:00 PM17:00

Looking at Electoral Options

  • Thomas Branigan Memorial Library (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

It’s time to look toward 2020—not for possible candidates, but on ways to make the voting process both fair and practical.  Indivisible LAS CRUCES will give its members a look at two of those methods at its meeting on Dec. 11 at 5:00 p.m. at Thomas Branigan Memorial Library, Las Cruces. Greg White will talk about Open Primaries and Ashley Beyer will discuss Ranked Choice Voting.


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Hang with Dems
Oct
27
to Oct 28

Hang with Dems

  • 230 S. Water St., Las Cruces (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join two-person teams to distribute door hangers in your precinct. You will be provided materials and a list of voters. No knocking, no talking, just volunteer for a morning or afternoon shift. Pick up materials these days at 230 S. Water St., Las Cruces during working hours. For information contact Terry Miller, terrymiller575@gmail.com or call 575-635-2637..

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Hang with Dems
Oct
20
to Oct 21

Hang with Dems

  • 230 S. Water St., Las Cruces (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join two-person teams to distribute door hangers in your precinct. You will be provided materials and a list of voters. No knocking, no talking, just volunteer for a morning or afternoon shift. Pick up materials these days at 230 S. Water St., Las Cruces during working hours. For information contact Terry Miller, terrymiller575@gmail.com or call 575-635-2637..

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Hang with Dems
Oct
6
to Oct 7

Hang with Dems

  • 230 S. Water St., Las Cruces (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join two-person teams to distribute door hangers in your precinct. You will be provided materials and a list of voters. No knocking, no talking, just volunteer for a morning or afternoon shift. Pick up materials these days at 230 S. Water St., Las Cruces during working hours. For information contact Terry Miller, terrymiller575@gmail.com or call 575-635-2637..

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Catch a Break & Catch the Wave
Sep
11
5:00 PM17:00

Catch a Break & Catch the Wave

  • Thomas Branigan Memorial Library (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

During these last months volunteers, party regulars and campaign staffers have been building a solid base of voters, intense work and can drain the most hardy of souls. Come Labor Day Weekend, this crucial group must show up refreshed and ready for final sprint of this remarkable campaign season. The outcome of this race will determine the fortunes of a generations to come.  
Fran Sisneros, Democratic campaign organizer, will talk about the importance of "breaks" and how to work them into the hectic days ahead. She'll also share tips on how to re-energize and be ready to "catch the blue wave." Her background includes counseling and massage therapy--both great assets in a long campaign.

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Social, Dinner & a Video
Aug
14
5:30 PM17:30

Social, Dinner & a Video

An evening with Indivisible to reconnect with friends and to see our inspiring new video

The Activists Next Door

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Dragonfly  Restaurant, 139 N. Main St., Las Cruces, NM

5:30 Social Hour: Patio Conversation, DragonWings and no-host drinks 

6:30 Dinner: Event Room Menu of Choice

After-dinner video and extras
Please RSVP by August 8 with your menu choice to

Mary Jane Stofik at 848-469-0407 or wearein575@gmail.com

Dragonfly Restaurant Menu Choices*

Choice One: Roasted Chicken, $13 Jacket mashed potato, seasonal vegetable 

Choice Two: Caesar Salad, $9 Choice of grilled or fresh romaine lettuce, parmesan/Romano cheese
Choice Three: Rigatoni, $11 Seasonal vegetable, parmesan/Romano cheese

*Price does not include drinks, 20% tax/tip


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ROUNDTABLES IN JULY
Jul
10
3:30 PM15:30

ROUNDTABLES IN JULY

Roundtable discussion every Tuesday in July.  July 10 meeting features break-out groups on 1) letter writing, 2) voting registrar info., 3) marches, 4) phone bank voluteering. Air conditioned but bring something cool to drink. Come ready to participate. 

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DEM. CANDIDATE TRIFECTA III
May
9
6:00 PM18:00

DEM. CANDIDATE TRIFECTA III

Here is your chance to hear Democratic candidates for national, state and local offices speak at the Democratic Trifecta, May 1, 2 and 9.  The events, sponsored by the Democratic Party of Dona Ana County begin at 6:00 p.m. those nights at the Rio Grande Theater, Las Cruces.  The events are free and open to the public.   

 

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Politics at Issue
May
8
11:00 AM11:00

Politics at Issue

NM State Rep. Bill McCamley has given up his seat in district 33 to run for State Auditor.  He will tell us why at our next meeting on May 8 at the Branigan Library.  His talk is at 11:00.  During the meeting’s second half, two of the candidates vying for McCamley’s vacated seat —Mary Martinez White and Michaela  Cadena-- will give short presentations.  We also have five-minute slots available for anyone running for office, particularly in Dona Ana County, who wants to speak.  If you’re interested, message us through Facebook or our website.  

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DEM. CANDIDATE TRIFECTA II
May
2
6:00 PM18:00

DEM. CANDIDATE TRIFECTA II

Here is your chance to hear Democratic candidates for national, state and local offices speak at the Democratic Trifecta, May 1, 2 and 9.  The events, sponsored by the Democratic Party of Dona Ana County begin at 6:00 p.m. those nights at the Rio Grande Theater, Las Cruces.  The events are free and open to the public.   

 

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DEM. CANDIDATE TRIFECTA Part I
May
1
6:00 PM18:00

DEM. CANDIDATE TRIFECTA Part I

Here is your chance to hear Democratic candidates for national, state and local offices speak at the Democratic Trifecta, May 1, 2 and 9.  The events, sponsored by the Democratic Party of Dona Ana County begin at 6:00 p.m. those nights at the Rio Grande Theater, Las Cruces.  The events are free and open to the public.   

 

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KRWG CD2 CANDIDATE FORUM
Apr
26
to Apr 28

KRWG CD2 CANDIDATE FORUM

  • KRWG Studio, Milton Hall (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Democratic candidates Mad Hildebrandt and Xochitl Torres Small are vying for New Mexico's Congressional District 2 open seat.  Hildebrandt, a veteran and history instructor, and Small, a water attorney are both first-time candidates. Congressional District, which covers nearly half of New Mexico, has been long-held by Repubicans and especially by Steve Pearce (R) who is now running for governor.  KRWG-TV Director Fred Martino will moderate the hour-long forum, which will be taped April 24 in the studio.  Studio seating is limited.  The forum  will air April 26 on KRWG-TV at 7:00 p.m., April 28 at 5:00 p.m. and April 29 at 11:00 a.m. 

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THE SUN NEVER SETS ON THE PRC: Opinion & Forum
Apr
10
11:00 AM11:00

THE SUN NEVER SETS ON THE PRC: Opinion & Forum


The New Mexico Public Regulation Commission oversees three industries: utilities, telecommunications, and motor carriers.  “The Sun Never Sets on the PRC” reflects its outsized influence the lives and the livelihoods of every New Mexican. 

The guest speaker, Marial Nanasi, is Executive Director and President of New Energy Economy, where she leads its legal interventions before the PRC and the NM Supreme Court. She brings that legal perspective to the opening presentation. In the second part of the program, State Representative Angelica Rubio, who sits on the House Energy, Environment and Natural Resources Committee will moderate a forum of candidates for the PRC District 5 seat.  The two participating candidates are incumbent Sandy Jones and former State Senator Steve Fischmann. 

 

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