These resources have been suggested by members and generally support the efforts to elect progressive candidates and support progressive legislation and organizations. This is a suggested reading list and does not represent a specific endorsement of any organization by Greeley Indivisible.
National Elections and Legislation
Resources for organizing locally and staying informed
Up-to-date guide on activity of Trump administration and Congress, including suggestions for action.
Information about all national politicians’ votes, positions, bios speeches, funding and contact info.
Follow the money behind our politicians.
Swing Left help find and commit to supporting progressives in the closest Swing District so that you can help ensure we take back the House in 2018
Works for larger leadership roles for pro-choice Democratic women.
Institutes, Centers and Organizations
College students living with HIV have distinct rights where their privacy is concerned and can expect to enjoy the same college experience as students without HIV. Learn more about HIV, the rights of students living with HIV, and where to get support on campus and in the community.
Individuals, members and current or past leaders of organizations that are working to achieve a national improved Medicare for All healthcare system.
Research issues and recommends policy to remove barriers to citizens of Colorado.
Excellent legal analysis about policy issues. Affiliated with Brookings, which is center-left, but Lawfare writers span a range of views.
Nate Silver and his team use numerical data and polling to illuminate current events and predict outcomes. Site Includes Trump popularity polls (aggregated) and a tracker of each Congress member’s votes with/against Trump.
Pulitzer-prize-winning fact-checking site.
Trains progressive leaders to spark change and grow power.
For low income people, especially of color.
Faith based grass roots organization.
Broad based causes, including unions.
Public policy organization
AILA is the national association of more than 15,000 attorneys and law professors who practice and teach immigration law
Based on beliefs of Eleanor and Franklin.
Center on budget and policy priorities.
Non-profit organization focusing on national health issues, as well as the U.S. role in global health policy.
nonprofit, nonpartisan think tank created to include the needs of low- and middle-income workers in economic policy discussions.
Organizes scholars working in America’s colleges and universities.
A common link between many of the largest and most influential issue and membership organizations in the country.
An organization dedicated to ensuring members of Congress stand up for our planet.