Snohomish County Indivisible
Who We Are
Working to enact bold progressive policies ... and preserve our democracy
Snohomish County Indivisible is a local chapter of the national Indivisible organization, which was formed after the 2016 election under the guidance and principles set forth in the Indivisible Guide. The Guide was written by a group of former Congressional staffers who observed the successes of the Tea Party movement and adapted those techniques as a basis for enacting progressive political change at the grassroots level. Indivisible has since grown to thousands of leaders across the country with over a million dedicated activists.
On a local level, we work to support and influence politicians in our state and federal congresssional districts, as well as in Snohomish County and all the cities and towns within. This involves contacting politicians, sign waving, speaking at public forms, supporting regional movements such as the effort to save salmon and other threatened species, and promoting progressive national movements such as March For Our Lives. All members are encouraged to contribute ideas during our regular monthly meetings; for dates and locations, see the Upcoming Events page.
You can read more about the Indivisible movement in We Are Indivisible: A Blueprint for Democracy After Trump, written by Indivisible co-founders Leah Greenberg and Ezra Levin—a steely-eyed guide that lays out a clear plan for finding and building people power, and how to use it to usher in a more democratic, equitable and prosperous future.