Links for action

Web Links

GovTrack sends information to my email on topics I select

CallMyCongress   can be set up for any congressional area

WA District5   our MoCs contact info.

OpenSecrets – track all kinds of information about MoCs

IndivisibleWW our town team!

2 Hours a Week – a great site that helps with ACTION!  This is the kind of thing it seemed like we could use.  These folks are linked into the INDIVISIBLE movement.

VoteSmart   at first glance it looks like election materials.

Google News Alert (

League of Women Voters

Executive Orders Text


Screenshot 2017-02-02 10.14.31.pngReal time on the senate floor: C-Span (Walla Walla Charter/Spectrum 93) (there is a senate floor live link here)

LiveStream of a UW TownHall on Presidential powers (now archived) move to 12:07 for start.


Countable (App store) Web site this is a one stop shop.  Useful!

TrackBill (App store)  web site useful, but looks like a subscription service. (may be worth it.)

Roll Call News (App Store) a Clinton product useful on your mobile device Roll This cite gathers a useful set of articles and video.  Likely D bias, lol.

Daily Action a Facebook page for resisting extremism.  Follow them, they put out daily tips that are actionable!

Indivisible The Guide

7 Ways to protest Cabinet Nominations (Bustle)

Twitter feeds and follows:

‎@SenateFloor           #WallaWalla           #Spokane

@SenatorCantwell                         #standindivisible                    #SpokaneIndivisible

@PattyMurray                          #WA5



new: Twitter feed for E WA Indivisible

Cabinet/Supreme Court Information

Indivisible Walla Walla Confirmations/Nominations  our group page

115th US Congress representing Eastern Washington  contact information –  calling info, and social media, and the MoC newsletters (via websites as noted)

Confirmation committees 2017-2018 (115th Congress)

Appointment Process (Ballotopedia)        Never Trump R’s  R’s most likely to Oppose T

Trump Cabinet from Presterity… which has a lot of information! and up to date Wikipedia

Jurisdictions of Senate committees in presidential appointment confirmation
U.S. Senate committee Jurisdiction[7]
Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry U.S. Department of Agriculture
Armed Services U.S. Department of Defense
Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Securities and Exchange Commission
Heads of Federal Banking institutions (e.g., FDIC)
Budget All issues concerning the Budget (e.g., tax revenues, government expenditures)
Commerce, Science, and Transportation U.S. Department of Transportation
Federal Trade Commission
U.S. Department of Commerce
U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Under Secretary for Science and Technology
Federal Communications Commission
Energy and Natural Resources U.S. Department of Energy
U.S. Department of the Interior
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Environment and Public Works Oversight in any issue concerning the environment, public works, or federal buildings
Finance U.S. Department of the Treasury
Social Security Administration
International Trade Commission
Foreign Relations U.S. Department of State
International Monetary Fund
U.S. Agency for International Development
Peace Corps
Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
U.S. Department of Education
U.S. Department of Labor
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs U.S. Department of Homeland Security
U.S. General Services Administration
National Archives and Records Administration
Circuit and Appeals Courts of District of Columbia
United States Postal Service
Inspectors General of all departments
Judiciary Supreme Court
Circuit Courts
District Courts
U.S. Department of Justice
Rules and Administration Rules of the Senate
General administration of congressional buildings
Smithsonian Institution
Botanic Gardens
Small Business and Entrepreneurship Small Business Administration
Veterans’ Affairs U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
U.S. Department of Labor’s Assistant Secretary for the Veterans Employment and Training
Intelligence (Select) Central Intelligence Agency
U.S. Department of Treasury’s Assistant Secretary for Intelligence Analysis
U.S. Department of Justice’s Attorney General for National Security
Director of National Intelligence