When Ann Borman went to the Women’s March in Washington, DC two years ago, she said it turned on a big light in her mind. Now, the co-organizer of the Indivisible Morris group – part of the nationwide Indivisible grassroots progressive movement – said she likes how the organization can take the voice of the people and amplify it.
Borman was speaking at a rally late last week at the Stone’s Throw Café in Morris for Indivisible Morris’ campaign to get U.S. Representative Collin Peterson to support HR-1 in Congress, which seeks to limit the influence of foreign governments and corporate and special interest groups on American elections. Organizers were pleased with the turnout of some 30 people who came from Stevens, Big Stone and Lac qui Parle Counties. Forman said Indivisible is “giving ourselves and each other a voice,” and it’s more fun to do it with other people.