SAVE THE DATE: The Impeachment Question
Join ICT4 with Philip Bobbitt, one of the nation’s top constitutional scholars on impeachment, and Christopher Shays, the former Republican congressman who played a central role trying to block the Clinton impeachment, for an in-depth discussion of everything you need to know about the constitutional and political issues surrounding Trump’s impeachment. You’ll leave fully informed about whether the House should indict Trump for high crimes and misdemeanors… or leave the decision about whether he stays or goes to the electorate.
Philip Bobbitt is the co-author of Impeachment: A Handbook, the Herbert Wechsler Professor of Federal Jurisprudence at Columbia Law School, and a widely quoted commentator about impeachment (the possibility of Trump’s in particular)...
Christopher Shays was the Republican congressman for CT's fourth district – a moderate who bucked his party leaders Newt Gingrich and the radical conservatives when they moved to impeach Bill Clinton.
Thank you for joining us in July in Westport and other towns throughout Connecticut as Lights for Liberty brought thousands of Americans together for a candlelight vigil to protest the inhuman conditions faced by refugees at our southern border.
Thank you for joining us in April for our Town Hall with US Representative Jim Himes. You can read a recap of our event and the Congressman's position on the Mueller report and potential for impeachment in The Hour.
Thank you for joining us in March with Senator Will Haskell, Senator Marilyn Moore, Representative Anne Hughes and Representative Jonathan Steinberg for an informative and lively discussion on the coming legislative session and answers to your questions.
Thank you for coming out on November 8th to Russia investigation support rallies around CT, including Norwalk, Greenwich, Danbury, and the ICT4 co-sponsored rally in Fairfield, to tell this administration that NOBODY IS ABOVE THE LAW!
FAMILIES BELONG TOGETHER - THANK YOU!
Hundreds of children are STILL separated from their families thanks to the humanitarian crisis created by the Trump administration's unconscionable policies and operational incompetence. Thank you for joining us in rallies in Fairfield, Greenwich, Stamford, and throughout CT to say that seeking asylum is not a crime, and families belong together.
about Indivisible Connecticut 4 (ICT4)
ICT4 Mission: We embrace the American principles of compassion, decency, diversity, tolerance, equality, and democracy. Each of us is now called to a heightened form of engaged citizenship: to better understand, to more fully act, and to continue our country’s rich legacy of resistance to those actions which undermine these valued principles.
JOIN US! ICT4 welcomes EVERYONE who resists the Trump/Pence agenda: Democrats, Republicans, Independents, and progressive Americans of all parties who want this country to live its values of compassion and justice.
Connecticut's 4th Congressional District includes the towns of Bridgeport, Darien, Easton, Fairfield, Greenwich, Monroe, New Canaan, Norwalk, Oxford, Redding, Ridgefield, part of Shelton, Stamford, Trumbull, Weston, Westport, and Wilton. Our MOCs (Members of Congress) are Senator Chris Murphy, Senator Richard Blumenthal, and Representative Jim Himes. Click to find contact info for your state and local reps.
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Although we are lucky in the 4th district to have representatives who are standing up to the Trump agenda, it is still crucially important that they hear our support. Want to know how you can contact them, and what else you can do to help the resistance? Read more on our Everyday Actions page, support ICT4's mission of civic engagement in CT's 4th district, and become an ICT4 member today to get notified about our upcoming events.
If you are ready to take your activism to the next level, please reach out to email@example.com and we'll be sure to put you in touch with the right group that could use your skills - whether it is around social media and communications, PR, technology, law, organizational skills, advocacy, fundraising, partner outreach, or something else. Thank you!