Indivisible MN03

Indivisible MN03 is a grassroots, constituent-led, all-volunteer group of people from across the political spectrum in Minnesota's third congressional district. We take inspiration from the national Indivisible movement, which uses constituent power to influence legislators throughout the country and hold them accountable for their votes and behavior.  The national Indivisible movement was founded after the 2016 U.S. presidential election to oppose authoritarianism and attacks on our democracy.

For 2022, Indivisible MN03 has adopted what we call the ABCs of Congressional District 3, drafted by our board of directors. The ABCs (and a bonus "D")  are:



Climate Justice


What We Do 

Legislative Outreach

Our members ask Representative Dean Phillips to vote in ways consistent with our values. We request his support for or opposition to certain pieces of legislation; suggest new bills for his consideration; and attend his quarterly town-hall meetings. Indivisible MN03 also coordinates group-wide actions on issues of particular importance by supplying members with the background and facts needed to communicate knowledgeably and effectively with Rep. Phillips and his staff. 

Community Outreach and Relationship Building

Indivisible MN03 sponsors and takes part in activities that build goodwill and generosity within our community. For example, we host workshops, meetings, and other gatherings that connect people and provide them with resources to promote truth, justice, inclusion, and respect. We also participate in events that foster meaningful interactions with community members, especially those from traditionally underrepresented groups.

Election Outreach

Our group uses the Indivisible VAN (Voter Activation Network) to build our base of supporters. We connect directly with fellow constituents via phone calls, text and e-mail messages, and issue-focused visits to neighborhoods throughout District 3.

In addition, we encourage Indivisible MN03 members to run for office or support the campaigns of those who do. In 2018 and 2020, numerous members of our group ran for and were elected to positions in the Minnesota House and Senate; city councils; school boards; and political parties.

Join us!

Spread the word.  Help build a movement.

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