Bar Harbor Women’s March, Jan. 19, 2019, organized by Indivisible MDI.

If we learned one thing in 2019, it’s that elections matter…

In 2018, Maine voters wanted change in Augusta and in D.C. We worked hard, and we got that change. The results? Progressive legislation that will move Maine and the country in a positive direction. And, finally, a U.S. House of Representatives that is holding a corrupt president and administration accountable for their illegal and unethical actions.

These things were accomplished, in large part, thanks to the efforts of dozens of progressive grassroots groups and advocacy organizations all across Maine, the legislators we worked hard to elect, and thousands of citizen activists from Kittery to Caribou who are determined to leave this world better than we found it. Working together is how we succeeded in 2018, and it’s the recipe for our success this year. It will take every skill we’ve honed over the past 3 years and every year leading up to it to accomplish this feat, but if we come together, we can do our part to take back the U.S. Senate and White House. This video is for you and for our fellow persisters across Maine. As the song says, we are the change.

Welcome to 2020. Onward.

Video thumbnail image caption: Impeachment rally in Portland, Maine, Dec. 17, 2019, organized by Mainers for Accountable Leadership.

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