The Washington Indivisible Network (WIN) is an umbrella organization that coordinates efforts among Indivisible chapters around the state. WIN is supported by Hannah, our local organizer from Indivisible National, as well leaders from around the state who take on WIN volunteer work in addition to the work of their local chapters.

WILA Legislative Alerts

WIN volunteers bring us WILA, our statewide Washington Indivisible Legislative Action team hard at work tracking the bills flying in Olympia even as we speak.

WIN Elections Workgroup

The WIN Elections workgroup tracks key races nationwide to find opportunities to keep the House, Senate, and White House blue. You can check out the current dashboard on the Indivisible Vashon website and subscribe to WIN Elections on TAN, our statewide platform for activists, to hear about ways you can help.

WIN Schools Workgroup

The WIN Schools Workgroup has a general agenda of supporting and enhancing public education in our state. Recently, WIN has been partnering with Washington Stop Moms for Liberty to fight right-wing book bans and attempts to eliminate diversity in public school curriculum.

Check out their messaging guide or sign up to hear about the next WIN-Schools and Stop M4L coalition zoom call.

WIN Monthly Call with Special Guest Speaker Monday

WIN also has a monthly check-in call which any Indivisibles in the state are welcome to join. This month’s call will feature a presentation from Rosey Barber of FUSE Washington discussing the upcoming fight against the Let’s Go (Backwards) Washington initiatives sponsored by state Republican chair Jim Walsh and MAGA millionaire Brian Heywood:

You’ll want to learn more about the fight against these horrible initiatives by registering here!