Party politics is the name for what is happening on the progressive side of Santa Barbara’s Mayoral Election. Best intentions may abound, but to divide the electorate is irresponsible. The result – the election is about – the candidates and their concerns – rather than ours. Continue reading “The Mayor’s race – follow up”
If you’re progressive, you may be seriously concerned that split endorsements will inadvertently elect a deeply conservative candidate who admittedly doesn’t believe in climate change – here in Santa Barbara, the birthplace of Earth Day. Continue reading “Will Democrats elect a Republican in Santa Barbara?”
This is an “Outside Explainer” about Money Laundering from the National Public Radio, a radio news outlet with an internet presence. The article discusses illegal money handling (it’s not as simple as you might think) and the interest the Special Counsel Robert Mueller might have in investigating it. Continue reading “Money Laundering & the Special Counsel”
The Santa Barbara Mayoral Election is one of the most hotly contested in recent memory. It comes when the stability of our federal government seems to threaten our local way of life. It has been said that “All politics are local.”
In that spirit, Indivisible Santa Barbara asked the five mayoral candidates – Cathy Murillo, Bendy White, Frank Hotchkiss, Angel Martinez and Hal Conklin – to respond to the following questions.
We hope to hear from the candidates! We will bring you their answers as they respond.
Be sure to mail in your ballot! Continue reading “The Indivisible Santa Barbara Mayor’s Questionnaire”
Put us on your calendar to attend our second large community meeting of INDIVISIBLE resisters to the current federal regime and policies. Speakers will describe
- our current efforts
- our updated organizational structure, and
- how we and other Indivisible chapters work together.
If you came before, come again to get the latest.
If you don’t know much about Indivisible and want to be part of Santa Barbara’s largest anti-Trump organization, come and bring a friend.