Isaac Bloom

Indivisible

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Isaac Bloom is the organizing director for Indivisible, a nationwide network of citizen groups which started in 2017 in response to Donald Trump's election.

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Polls show Democrats have a chance to win back the House majority and maybe even the Senate in 2018. President Trump's ratings are at historic lows.

Can Democrats their act together in time to take back Congress?

Polls show Democrats have a chance to win back the House majority and maybe even the Senate in 2018. President Trump's ratings are at historic lows.

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