IndivisibleHoCoMD is an informal group of Howard County residents who came together to fight the racism, xenophobia, authoritarianism, and corruption pushed by the current administration and its allies.  We use the tactics outlined in the Indivisible Guide to engage and empower ordinary people in Howard County to drive change.  Our mission is to build a fairer, more compassionate democracy.

IndivisibleHoCoMD is registered with the Indivisible Project

Why You Should Join

I want to help defeat Trump and flip the U.S. Senate

Our Red2Blue team is supporting candidates in several key contests through phone/text banking, postcard writing, and other get-out-the-vote efforts. Read more about our Red2 Blue team.

I want to drive change for education, immigration, election integrity, economic equity, or the environment

Join an Action Team working on that issue. Action Teams follow legislative and other policy developments for their issue, and come up with concrete actions (such as calling your representative at key moments, organizing a rally, etc.) where we here in Howard County can have an impact. There actions are sent to all of our members. One phonecall may not make a difference, but 500 coordinated calls can. Read more about our action teams.

I don’t have much time but I want to do something

Just want to see what we’re about, and take actions when you can about causes you support? Join us as a general member to receive our weekly Action Alerts and do what you can, when you can. We’ll never sell or share your information and we don’t ask for money. Read our most recent Update and sign up to receive our weekly emails

Latest from our action teams

Education Team

Education Team sent surveys to candidates running for Board of Education. Candidates will be running only within one of the Five County Council Districts.

Immigration Team

Read the latest Immigration news summary

Defend Democracy Team

Materials from HoCo Elections: Behind the Scenes presentation posted

Energy & Transportation

The new team's early focus will be on the Maryland legislature, specifically supporting the Clean Energy Jobs Act of 2019.