Indivisible Nob Hill, along with other Albuquerque meets regularly with our Senators and Representatives. Minutes will be posted here for your review.
Go to this National Indivisible site and read the Guide. The document that founded a movement.
We believe that our democracy depends on the actions of our youth. We also believe that gun violence in America needs serious reassessment by our federal and state legislators. Since offering this scholarship, we have sparked interest in student leadership in civic actions. Read more about our scholarship below in the downloads section.
With the defeat of Net Neutrality, we are all at the risk of big telecom companies restricting our use of the internet and our own personal privacy. The ACLU has released a whitepaper on Municipal Broadband. Read more about the initiative here. This summer, Indivisible Nob Hill will tackle this head on and work with our City Council to get moving on Municipal Broadband for Albuquerque.
Many members of Indivisible Nob Hill are voter registration agents (VRA's). We have an active group that goes to college campuses and other events to register voters. Come help us! We usually have one event a week and we need volunteers to help.
The National Popular Vote would guarantee that the presidential candidate that obtained the most votes would become president - not the most electoral college votes. Indivisible chapters in New Mexico have an active committee to get this legislation enacted in New Mexico.
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Indivisible Nob Hill conducted a survey of New Mexico Primary candidates. Members rated each response, and the results are contained in the report below.
Candidates must read and agree to abide by the guidelines contained in the 'Candidates Use Guidelines' section of this report.