Information & Links

Taking Action and links to Organizations

Text to 228466 – You need to type “daily action“, and you’ll get a message that asks you to type in your zip code. Messages for local actions will be sent as they are available.

Call and write your Representatives! The most effective way to let them know what you want is to call or visit their office, or send a card or letter:
Phone numbers for elected officials – put them in your address book for speed dialing!

Senator Feinstein DC (202) 224-3841, CA SF office (415) 393-0707
331 Hart Senate Office Bldg., Washington DC, 20510
One Post Street, Suite 2450, San Francisco, CA 94104
Senator Harris DC (202) 224-3553, CA Sac. office (916) 448-2787
112 Hart Senate Office Bldg., Washington DC, 20510
501 I Street, Suite 7-600, Sacramento, CA 95814
Ami Bera CD 7, DC 202 741-7252, Sacramento (916) 635-0505
1431 Longworth House Office Bldg., Washington DC, 20510
8950 Cal Center Dr., Bldg. 3, Suite 100, Sacramento, CA 95826
Ted Gaines CA SD 1 Sac. office (916) 651-4001, EDH office (916) 933-7213
State Capitol, Room 3076, Sacramento, CA 95814
4080 Cavitt Stallman Rd., Suite 100A, Granite Bay, CA 95746
Jim Nielsen CA SD 4 Sac. office (916) 651-4004, Roseville office (916) 772-0571
State Capitol, Room 2068, Sacramento, CA 95814
2200A Douglas Blvd., Roseville, CA 95661
Ken Cooley CA AD 8 District office (916) 319-2008, Capitol Office (916) 464-1910
State Capitol, PO Box 942849, Sacramento, CA 94249-0008
2729 Prospect Park Dr., Suite 130, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
Kevin Kiley CA AD 6 Capitol office 916-319-2006, District office 916-774-4430
State Capitol, Suite 4153, Sacramento, CA 94249
8799 Auburn-Folsom Rd., Suite A, Granite Bay, CA 95746

SacraficeOneCup – A GoFundMe page to support veterans dealing with PTSD
MoveOn.org – One of the original progressive organizations who helped elect Pres. Obama
Indivisible – A good site about resisting the Trump agenda
GovTrack.us – Find how your representatives are voting
California Disclose Act – An effort to get Dark Money out of California politics
OFA – Organizing for Action – once known as Obama for America, they are focused on local organizing to effect change
NextGen Climate acts politically to prevent climate disaster and promote prosperity for every American
CADEMS Take Action page – The California Democratic Party page dedicated to making efforts for change

 

The Obama Foundation

 

 

The 65 – representing the 65 Million who didn’t support Trump on election day.

 

99 Ways to Fight Trump – a page with some good advice and no links and advertising!
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee – Help take back a majority in 2018!
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee – Help elect Democrats to the US House of Representatives.
Michael Moore’s Resistance Calendar – A nationwide listing of events you may attend, searchable by location.
Don’t Mess With California – a nice video about our state’s progressive values and other information
Our Revolution – A nationwide progressive minded organization inspired by Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren
ThisCouldHappen – a climate change focused group who caters to less mobile, disabled, or elderly people who want to take action.

 

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Americans Against Gun Violence

Wolf PAC – an organization dedicated to Campaign Finance Reform.  

Congressman Ami Bera

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Congressman Ami Bera’s website

 

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The Climate Reality Project

Check out their videos page, where you can view the complete presentation of what was partially presented at our club meeting.

 

 

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The Brady Campaign to End Gun Violence

 

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California Fair Share