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With this edition, Rogan’s List ends.  We’ve done this ever since two day after the 2016 election.  We wanted to help people sort through the barrage of news and focus on some least-biased sources for information.  We wanted people to know that there were actions they could take to address what they were seeing. 


Please continue to be on the lookout for issues that concern you.  Do a bit of research on the topic making sure to stay within the upper green rectangle of this Media Bias Chart from AdFontes Media for the least biased sources: 




Then, if you are moved to contact MoCs, use these ways to do so:


Contact all Federal Members of Congress
(includes contact info and links to social media)
Fax legislators for free:
Or use Resistbot:
Purchase stamps, postcards, and other mailing supplies:
White House contact:


If you’d like to continue following activists for guidance, I unabashedly respect and recommend the following:

 Americans of Conscience Checklist

Chop Wood Carry Water

 Political Charge:

 Small Deeds Done Weekly Pep Talk

 And, if you are not already doing so, please follow Heather Cox Richardson’s nightly Letters from an American ( for a historian’s take on what is happening in our country.  Always eye-opening!  You can also follow her on Facebook.

 I want to take this opportunity to thank our team members Jen Kingsbury, Melek Ortabasi, Kelly McCutcheon Adams, Robin Faraday, Jeri Zeder, Amy Lang, Kathleen Smith, Joe Katz, Clif Ng, Lou Rosenberg, Dina Friedman, and Martha Evans.   I truly could not have done this without them. 

 I also want to thank Deepak Puri, of Dem Labs, for his generosity hosting our email distribution   and for his “ongoing technology and creative innovation that serves campaigns and organizations at the national, state, and local levels.”  Sign up for his updates to see the good he does:

 Mostly, I want to thank you, our followers, for getting involved and making big differences throughout the country. Thank you if you’ve been with us since the beginning and thank you if you recently joined in.  What started out as #resistance evolved into regular civic engagement.  Let’s keep it going!

 That being said, there is chance that Rogan’s List might be revived in a slightly different way at some point.  For that purpose, I am saving subscriber email addresses to use only for that purpose.


Susan Rogan








We are in a battle for the soul of this nation — and it’s a battle we can and must win. 

                                                                                                  – Joe Biden



If we have not already done so, 

this is the day to




Make sure to offer help to others so 

they can vote, too!

If we are turned away at the polls- our verbatim response is: “Give me a provisional ballot with a receipt as required by law.”  We can find more info here:


If we see anything suspicious at our polling place, let’s make sure to fill out this form to document it:


If we have any questions, concerns, or face intimidation about voting or while voting, we can call 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683) and speak with a live person.  More info and other languages here:



We need to remember, like many other things in 2020 that this election will be different from those we’ve seen in the past.  Due to the increased number of absentee/mail-in ballots, we will most likely not know the election results tonight.  Let’s let the system work and know that it may be days or even weeks until the votes are certified and we have the final result.  These may help us: 


A safe, sane way to navigate election night — and beyond -


When To Expect Election Results In Every State -

 Organizing to Protect the Results of the 2020 Election -


 And, let’s not ever forget this:  Wide Awake:  The past four years have birthed a progressive movement so extraordinary it just might survive the forces that threaten its extinction -