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Indivisible registers voters at Art Fair

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“What we learned is that most of the people who go to art fairs are already registered to vote.” Marti PIzzini, convener of the Indivisible NWI Chesterton, said. “So we spent most of our time talking to folks about Indivisible, which is a good thing, too.”

Chesterton residents Marti Pizzini and Julietta Raby sat behind their table just outside the Chesterton Art Fair at Dogwood Park on Saturday afternoon, handing out brochures about Chesterton’s Indivisible group and listening as people talked about their political views. This was Indivisible’s first table event since receiving permission from the Park Board on August 1, to set up a table in a park to register voters and tell people about Indivisible.

Raby explained that Indivisible supports issues like health care for all and a living wage sufficient to support a decent life with forty hours of work. Indivisible focuses on communicating with our Members of Congress about their votes on issues important to the wellbeing of residents and on registering, educating and supporting voters.

Indivisible meets the third Wednesday of each month from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Thomas Library.

 

 

Posted 8/7/2017

 
 
 
 

 

 

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