2020 FM Women’s March is this Saturday!

The Fargo-Moorhead Women’s March was rescheduled due to a snowstorm in January.  We are excited to announce that it will take place Saturday, March 7th!

The event will take place at the NDSU Memorial Union Ballroom.  Address is 1401 Administration Ave, Fargo, ND 58105.  Doors open at noon. Come early to visit with community organizations.  Rally starts at 1 pm with the march to follow.

Join the Missing and Murdered Indigenous People March and Rally in Fargo on February 14.

Join the Missing and Murdered Indigenous People March and Rally in Fargo on February 14. Help bring public awareness and activism for the passage of Savanna’s Act, a law to require statistics on missing and murdered Native women and improved data collection federally.

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/931315150404672/

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/fmmmiwhttaskforce/


We have a march route!

We have a march route! It is going to be very cold on Saturday and we don’t want your toes to freeze, so we’re keeping it short. You can do two laps if you’re feeling fired up.

Due to the weather, we’re going to extend the indoor rally for a bit longer. The rally starts at 1:00 in the Fargo Civic Center arena. We’re expecting the march to start at about 2:30. We’ll announce our full speaker lineup soon.

Check here for facebook event updates:


TODAY’S ACTION: Last call of the year

TODAY’S ACTION: Call your reps and tell them you are concerned about the direction our country is headed in and that Trump is an unfit leader and say whatever else is on your mind.
Read attached articles to stay informed. Thanks!

North Dakota
Sen. John Hoeven
Fargo: 701-239-5389
Washington: 202-224-2551

Rep. Kevin Cramer
Fargo: 701-356-2216
Washington: 202-225-2611

text RESIST to 50409

Sen. Tina Smith
Washington: 202-224-5641

Sen. Amy Klobuchar
Minneapolis: 612-727-5220
Washington: 202-224-3244
Moorhead: 218-287-2219

Rep. Collin Peterson
Detroit Lakes: 218-847-5056
Washington: 202-225-2165








4 Tuesdays left! Let’s learn how to vote early!

There are 4 Tuesdays left until the mid-term election. If you can, please vote early and encourage your friends and family to do so too! This year is all about turning out the vote so spread the word!

Fargo/West Fargo: In Cass County, you can vote early at one of 4 locations starting Oct 29-Nov 2 10am-7pm.
1. Ramada Inn (Formerly Baymont)
3333 13th Ave S, Fargo
2. Fargodome
1800 University Dr N, Fargo
3. DoubleTree by Hilton, 825 East Beaton Dr, West Fargo
4. Days Inn Casselton (Oct 31-Nov 2 from 10-7)
2050 Governor’s Drive, Casselton

Moorhead: In Clay County, you can vote early at the auditor’s office at the courthouse from 8-4:30 weekdays through 11/2, from 10-3 on Saturday, 11/3, and from 8-5 on Monday, 11/5. No phones are allowed in the courthouse.

You can also request an absentee ballot to vote by mail. Absentee ballots have to be returned by election day.

If you need other locations let us know and we’ll try to find out more for you.

5 Tuesdays left! Let’s all help Heidi!

Heidi came through for us last week, and now it’s our turn to come through for her. We called, texted, emailed, sent postcards. She listened.

It’s up to us to make sure she doesn’t lose this election because of it.

If we don’t give Heidi everything we have over the next month, North Dakota will be represented in the Senate by a man who thinks that listening to assault survivors is a “movement toward victimization.” Who believes climate change is a hoax. Who votes with Trump 98.9% of the time.

Here’s what we’re asking you to do:

1. Talk to THREE FRIENDS or family members about why you’re voting for Heidi. Ask them to vote for her, too. Here is where she stands on the issues: https://heidifornorthdakota.com/priorities/

2. VOLUNTEER to to contact other voters by phone or doorknocking: https://heidifornorthdakota.com/volunteer/

It might take a little bit of courage to step out of your comfort zone. Heidi showed you how to do it.