Indivisible is a far cry from being the "shadow party," Loretta Roberts alleges (“Indivisible: A shadow party dedicated to chaos,” The Daily News, May 18). To the contrary — Indivisible is a bright light!
Indivisible and Indivisible Galveston exist simply to:
• Promote awareness of the need for public accountability of the government, its agencies and officials, access to government information;
• Promote public participation and awareness of the need for political and social reform to empower citizen involvement in local community, state, and federal government decision-making; and
• Increase public engagement with the government to effectuate governance by the public, public access to government information, and promotion of accountability of the government, its agencies and officials.
Indivisible Galveston doesn’t even have a bank account. Indivisible’s national fundraising philosophy is fueled only by small individual donations.
Indivisible Galveston is extremely proud of the more than 700 men and women in our coastal community who, regardless of their political affiliation, are committed to honest dissent, peaceful resistance and standing indivisible against racist, misogynist and broadly bigoted agendas.
As the late President John F. Kennedy once said, “Without debate, without criticism, no administration and no country can succeed — and no republic can survive.”