Welcome back, Marchers! It is true that we are so disappointed with Senator Susan Collins’ decision to vote in favor of the Kavanaugh confirmation. We know how difficult it was for many of you who fought in the front lines of this battle. Maine Survivors have made a great sacrifice for all of us. Thank you. Maine women showed up in droves at Collins’ offices across the state, and in D.C. Thank you. Maine women were seen speaking up, speaking loudly and putting their bodies on the line for justice. History will remember you. Thank you. We must turn this disappointment into energy for what’s next: the midterm elections. Get ready to bring your Power to the Polls!
We need to bring our Power to the Polls! Find your polling location here: Maine Voter Information Lookup Service
Start by hosting a Call your Sister Phone Bank Party. Find out more at Call Your Sister House Party
Did you know in Maine you can early absentee vote as of October 8th? Why wait? Get your voting done now so you can volunteer to help other’s with their civic duty on election day! Request your absentee ballot.
Volunteer with the MaineDems. We MUST get Dems elected this year. Register to volunteer.
Run for office. Yes, you. Find out how to put yourself on the ballot.
The organizers of Women’s March are excited to announce the Women’s Wave; our 2nd global mass mobilization. We will be reminding our leaders that we are still here, and we are not going anywhere by marching on D.C. this coming January 19, 2019. We want to bring Mainers to Washington D.C.! Please complete our contact form if you’re interested in helping us get Mainers to the Women’s Wave. Find more information at womensmarch.com.
These historic trips are not cheap. We need to start raising funds for buses now! Please consider giving to help Mainers raise their voices. Help us do that by donating. Please share the link with your friends, and ask them to donate!