(10/21/2020 update)

We are a volunteer group of your DuPage county neighbors who share progressive values


We care about the environment, taxes, healthcare, and fairness 

Join our efforts to bring better government to our county, state, and nation

You're invited

Each Thursday between now and the November 3rd election we will be working with a different progressive group to help make a difference.


Click here to join us October 22 from 5 - 7 pm when we will be working to help elect Jaime Harrison to the U.S. Senate.  


For a lot of people, Senator Lindsey Graham is the living embodiment of why they despise politicians. They don't see Lindsey as a principled conservative, they see him as a shameless hypocrite who will say or do anything to remain on the public payroll.

Both the Nation and South Carolina deserve better. They need a Senator who has the leadership skills and talent to effectively represent all the citizens of their state. They've found that person in Jaime Harrison.

Who is Jaime Harrison?

The son of a single teenage mom, and raised by his grandparents in Orangeburg, South Carolina, Jaime overcame the challenges of grinding poverty with the help of teachers and mentors who believed in him. From a mobile home to Yale University and Georgetown Law, Jaime never forgot who he was or where he came from.

Now, Jaime is running for U.S. Senate to fight for opportunity for all South Carolinians. Leveraging a compelling personal story with commanding debate performances, the latest polls show Jaime running neck in neck with Senator Graham. Click here to help his campaign by phone banking or here to text bank at our Thursday event.

As you know, the election on November 3rd will determine the direction our country takes. The choice before us could not be more stark and the outcome more grave. What happens will affect generations to come.


Please make a list of friends and family and encourage them to vote. Our future and America's standing in the world depends on it.

Our New Resource

You don't want to wake up on November 4 wondering what you might have done to defeat Trump, flip the Senate and hold the House. Whether you are an experienced activist or brand new to political activism, this is your time to make a difference - for an hour, or even ten minutes, a day. Our new Indivisible DuPage web site provides the detail you need to get involved not only here in Illinois, but in the critical swing states as well. Check out our new RedToBlue.net resource.

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Polls are Open

Early voting for Dupage County is open at the county fair grounds, 2015 Manchester Road in Wheaton:

Weekdays:  8:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. (October 19 - November 2)

Weekends:  9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (October 24 - November 1)

Eighteen more early voting sites opened October 19th. The County Clerk says "All the information you need to vote in the Presidential Election can be found at www.dupageco.org/election/, Twitter.com/DuPageCoClerk and Facebook.com/DuPage-County-Clerk”.

Vote From Home

The election is only two weeks away. To apply online for a DuPage county vote by mail ballot, click here, Will county click here, Lake county click here, and Cook county click here. The Illinois state site for a mail-in application is here. Please don't wait to act, the mail may be delayed. To register to vote or check your status in Illinois, click here.


Get Involved Locally

We hope you'll consider joining our group of volunteers here at Indivisible DuPage. It's free and there are no obligations or dues. Click here to send us an email. Meanwhile, please help progressive candidates by putting a sign in your yard, talking to neighbors, meet and greet hosting, phone banking, data entry, event coordination, social media creation, or fundraising.

See the websites of Marie Newman candidate 3rd District, Sean Casten incumbent 6th District, Betsy Dirksen Londrigan candidate 13th District, Lauren Underwood incumbent 14th District, Erika Weaver candidate 15th District, Dani Brzozowski candidate 16th District, along with other popular Democratic incumbents.


You can learn how grass-roots political action works by watching authentic "how to" tips and techniques videos by real people - not actors. See our own Diane Hewitt on iTunes or Podbean.

Meanwhile be sure to see our News page for the latest events and keep up with Indivisible DuPage on Facebook and Twitter. Curious about what we do? See our weekly newsletter archive here, our previous meeting archive here, "Must Reads" archive here, and sign up to get email notices of our activities here.


Did you know that 30% of the 614,752 registered voters in DuPage county didn't vote in the 2016 presidential election? That more than twice that many didn't vote in the 2016 primary election? Did it matter? Ask the 14th Congressional District candidate who lost DuPage by three votes! Every vote counts, which is why you've got to get involved.

Your 2020 Representatives in Washington


Democrats were elected in historic numbers because your parents' Republican party is gone

Did you know that Theodore Roosevelt founded the National Park System, Richard Nixon created the EPA, Ronald Reagan legalized four million immigrants, and George Bush gave us Medicare drug coverage?

In a recent appearance at Benedictine University in Lisle, longtime Wisconsin talk show host Charlie Sykes decried how the party of "family values" had come to embrace a man like Donald Trump.


The author of How the Right Lost Its Mind​ was particularly scornful of politicians who abandon their principles and enable a President who seems at odds with everything the Party of Lincoln once stood for. 

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