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#ReleaseTheReport

Posted: 3/30/2019

After nearly two years of Special Prosecutor Mueller's investigation, we're still waiting for answers about Russia's interference in the 2016 election and why Mueller wouldn't exonerate Trump on obstruction of justice allegations. Congress has set an April 2 deadline for the release of the full Mueller report, but Attorney General Barr continues to stall.  


Americans have a right to the whole truth, and our asks remain the same: 


  1. Release the full report. We demand to view Mueller’s full report. And in a 420-0 vote, the House of Representatives recently agreed that the report should be transparent. Mueller’s findings should be made fully public.
  2. Continue investigations in Congress to hold Trump accountable. The scope of Mueller’s investigation was narrow compared to other ongoing investigations into Trump’s abuses of power and the corruption of his administration. The new Democratic House has already launched wide-ranging investigations to hold him accountable. These investigations should continue to be supported.


 Take Action Now

Call your members of Congress and urge them to use the full extent of their oversight and investigative powers to ensure that the complete Mueller report is made public. Also urge them to continue Congress's investigations — that are even wider in scope than Mueller’s — in order to get to the truth and hold Trump accountable.​  


Scroll down for info on how to contact your Members of Congress.

Indivisible policy priorities - March 2019

Posted: 3/1/2019


We're just a few months into the new Congress and we're already starting to see what offense in the House can look like. Introduction of the most ambitious, inclusive version of Medicare For All yet. A vote to revoke Trump’s national emergency declaration. Oversight hearings where Democrats showed up and asked the hard questions. Passage in the House of the most significant gun control legislation in two decades.

This is all encouraging, but it's up to us voters to amp up pressure on our Members of Congress to continue to make progress. Here are some of the bills and resolutions the national Indivisible movement is prioritizing right now, with links to Indivisible's explainers and call scripts:



There's a lot on this list. What can you do? Pick one or two issues to focus on, read Indivisible's explainers, and start calling your Members of Congress - scroll down for their phone numbers.

Our members of congress

Congressman John Garamendi

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Washington, DC  (202) 225-1880

Davis  (530) 753-5301

Yuba City  (530) 329-8865

Fairfield  (707) 438-1822

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Senator Dianne Feinstein

Senator Dianne Feinstein

Washington, DC  (202) 224-3841 

San Francisco  (415) 393-0707

Fresno  (559) 485-7430

Los Angeles  (310) 914-7300

San Diego (619) 231-9712

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Senator Kamala Harris

Senator Kamala Harris

Washington, DC office  (202) 224-3553

Sacramento  (916) 448-2787

San Francisco  (415) 355-9041

Fresno  (559) 497-5109 

Los Angeles  (213) 894-5000

San Diego  (619) 239-3884

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