Santa Cruz Indivisible California District 22 Blue Wave Fundraising

Santa Cruz Indivisible is working on several focused tactics for the 2018 election in the California congressional races in District 22. We’re rolling out actions now to help build momentum during the time leading up to the midterm elections in November.

 

Why District 22? District 22 is best known for its Republican House Representative, Devin Nunes. He is infamous for his abominable leadership of the House Intelligence Committee where he prematurely, and without Democratic members consent, closed down their investigation into Russia’s Interference in the 2016 Election. His antics during this period gained him the reputation as “Inspector Clouseau” by one of his Republican colleagues, and “Trump’s Lackey” by his hometown newspaper the Fresno Bee.


Devin Nunes has the ear of FOX NEWS to help spread misinformation about his opponent Andrew Janz as well as a huge war chest to buy an endless supply of direct marketing ads on television, billboards, yard signs, and digital messaging. With your help we can buy some of this advertising space and take it away from Nunes to use to get our messages out to the swing voters in Fresno.


In addition to buying billboard ad space, we are training SCI members to canvass, phone, and text bank so that we can deploy them in District 22 where they will have the most impact. While in the district they will canvas, register voters, promote progressive issues, and then get voters to the polls in November.


We need your help to fund some of the tactics we are working on. Billboard rental, yard sign production, social media campaigns, freeway overpass protests signs, bus rentals, gas money, room and auditorium rentals, and motel rooms during the final stretch all cost money.


Here's what you can do now. You can do a one-time contribution or a monthly contribution via the Act Blue Express on this page. Please find the amount that works for you and start giving today.


Please send your checks to:

Santa Cruz Indivisible

877 Cedar St. Ste. 150

Santa Cruz, CA 95060

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