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New Jersey progressive grassroots groups by Congressional district.

Action Together NJ Atlantic and Cape May Counties

ATNJ Atlantic and Cape May Counties is dedicated to fighting for healthcare, civil rights, the environment and an educated and active electorate. We work with or rally against local, state and federal representatives to enact progressive policies.

Cooper River Indivisible
An Indivisible chapter located in Camden County, NJ

A large Indivisible chapter with open membership and lots of opportunity to help.

535 Rosecliff Ct
Somerset, NJ
March 2017
We are focusing on saving affordable healthcare (supporting single payer, Medicare for All), voter registration and get out the vote.

Our motto is: "The struggle for justice is not determined by the enormous efforts of the few but by the modest efforts of the many". We encourage our members to belong to more than one group and we plan to engage in other issues as our numbers grow.

Cumberland and Salem Counties, New Jersey
January 21, 2017
Cumberland and Salem County residents
DJC was created by citizens concerned about the crisis our country is experiencing under the current Republican administration.

Down Jersey Coalition is a nonpartisan group comprised primarily of residents of New Jersey's 2nd Congressional District. DJC was created by citizens concerned about the crisis our country is experiencing under the current Republican administration.

We are committed to using our voices, individually and collectively, to resist the destruction of government programs and the values our country was built upon in a positive and constructive manner. Membership is open to 2nd Congressional District residents and others who share our core concerns.

Essex Rising
Essex Rising is an Essex County-based grassroots organization dedicated to progressive action from the local level to the federal level. We focus on:
1. Political awareness leading to civic engagement;
2. Civil rights, civil liberties, social justice, economic justice, and opposing discrimination according to race, disability, gender, sexual orientation, and identity;
3. Ethical government with accountability and transparency;
4. Cooperation with like-minded groups;

Our Principles:
America is a society founded on equality under the law. Therefore, each person has a right to be valued equally, and represented equally. We combat discrimination based on race, gender or sexual orientation, identity, and disability, and we seek to mitigate harm inflicted by discrimination. We demand comprehensive gender equality, including equal pay for equal work.
America’s democracy depends on citizens engaging in the democratic process and shaping governmental policy; therefore, we oppose voter suppression, support compulsory voting, and encourage citizen engagement at all levels of decision-making. We support electoral reform to help make each vote count equally. Our system of government is designed to represent individuals, not corporations. We oppose the corrupting influence of money in politics, and support campaign-finance reform.
Freedom of Speech
Americans are constitutionally entitled to speak freely and to make their individual voices heard. Corporations, however, are not citizens, and their political contributions are not speech. We support unbiased reporting, the free flow of information, and net neutrality.
Environment and Education
Our nation prospers because of the ingenuity of its citizens and the abundance of its resources. Both must be protected. Because our people are our primary resource, public education enriches America and perpetuates us. Therefore, free public education should be provided from pre-K through college; educational loans should be federally backed within a self-sustaining, non-profit system. Our natural environment is an interdependent system that people must scientifically understand and work to preserve. We support environmental protections, the people’s ownership of public lands over corporate and federal interests, investment in alternatives to fossil fuels, and adherence to the Paris Accord.
Health and Public Safety
Healthcare is a fundamental human right. We support a single-payer system with health security for all.
We support controls on drug pricing and open markets that encourage competition and the importation of cheaper drugs.
A “woman’s right to choose” is settled law, and we oppose any attempt to qualify or limit this right.
Guns represent a significant threat to life in America today: we support gun controls.
Immigration and Refugees
Except for Native Americans, it is the work of immigrants to America—whether they came here voluntarily or involuntarily—and their descendants that made America great. Today, more recent immigrants still underpin much of America’s economy. Accordingly, we oppose the deportation of undocumented residents and favor a path to work permission and citizenship. America champions human rights, and accordingly we support asylum seekers and refugees, particularly from countries where American militarily intervention has occurred. We support sanctuary towns in Essex County, in New Jersey, and in other cities in the US, and we oppose any cooperation by local authorities with ICE, except in criminal matters.
Separation of Church and State
The “separation of church and state” enshrined in the Constitution is threatened by government initiatives to undermine secularism, to promote Christian Fundamentalist interpretations, and to demote Islam from a world religion to a political ideology. We oppose the intrusion of religious ideology in government. We support faith-based initiatives that accord with our mission and principles.
Financial Reform and Economic Justice
The current financial system is unfairly skewed toward the top 1%. To promote social stability, it is necessary to reduce income inequality, regulate the financial industry, and reform the tax system.

Indivisible Two Rivers
January, 2017
A hyperlocal sub-group of Indivisible NJ 4th District - please email for details

Working on GOTV efforts - voter registration drives, poll reminders and calling Congress to lobby for progressive reform. Opposed to Trump's administration, but not a strictly Democrat group. Independents and Republicans abandoned by their party are very welcome.

Lawrenceville, NJ
Lawrenceville Citizen Activists (LCA) is a neighborhood organization of people dedicated to protecting core American values and universal human rights both locally and nationally.

Lawrenceville Citizen Activists (LCA) is a neighborhood organization of people dedicated to protecting core American values and universal human rights both locally and nationally. Formed in February 2017, we strive to become more effective in confronting and combating the many challenges to American rights and values by moneyed interests and by the current national administration.

NJ 11th For Change
P.O. Box 43120, Upper Montclair, NJ 07043
We are a growing independent grassroots constituent engagement, education and outreach group representing all citizens of the 11th Congressional District of New Jersey.

Please visit our website to see our mission statement at, and join our email list at to receive our updates about Congressional actions that impact the district and stay in-the-know about coming plans and events!

NJ 3rd Congressional District Action Group
January 5, 2017
Indivisible group focused on political happenings in CD3

We are a social media based action group whose aim is to compel our members to RESIST initiatives of the current administration and to PERSIST in our efforts to elect progressive candidates at the local, state, and national levels.

Those also interested in grassroots political activism are welcome to join this group. It is our hope that we can share ideas respectfully and find some sense of satisfaction in taking actions that may influence our own politicians.

Our Revolution: South Jersey

The ongoing movement, founded by Senator Bernie Sanders, dedicated to electing progressives, mobilizing progressive citizens, and fighting for the progressive cause in South Jersey.