Anne Arundel County Indivisible supports progressive legislation and policies in Maryland, Anne Arundel County, and the City of Annapolis.  

Human rights

We believe all people should be free to live their lives without threat of violence or intimidation.  We value equality for all people, regardless of their diverse characteristics and seek to support our LGBTQ, minority, poor, and marginalized neighbors. 

Health Care

We support preservation of the Affordable Care Act and strongly oppose efforts to repeal it or to diminish the scope and breadth of coverage it provides.

Education

We believe all children should have access to a quality education.  We advocate for robust educational funding for public schools at the K-12 and college levels.

Campaign finance Reform

We believe that citizens, not lobbyist or corporations, should be the loudest voices in elections. We fight to remove big money from politics and support public election funds.

election reform

We support an end to partisan gerrymandering and oppose any efforts to restrict voting access. We will fight to ensure that all citizens have fair and appropriate access to the polls.

 

 

refugees

We believe all people deserve dignity and respect.  We oppose drastic cuts in refugee resettlement and work to support our refugee neighbors as they create their new lives in Maryland.

Immigration protection

We oppose using local and state resources to enforce Federal immigration reform and strongly oppose the 287g agreement between Anne Arundel County and Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

We support the Maryland Trust in Government Act and will continue to push for its passage in the 2018 legislative session.

Environment

We believe our natural resources are one of our greatest assets.  We advocate for fully funded environmental protection programs, especially those affecting the Chesapeake Bay.

 
There comes a time when one must take a position that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular but he must take it because conscience tells him it is right.
— Martin Luther King, Jr.

Banner photo by William Petruzzo, Petruzzo Photography