Elijah Cummings was right. We desperately need a return to normalcy. But, how do we do that? What is our role as American citizens? The Trump presidency has awoken us to the fragility of our democracy, but the crisis didn’t start with him – it culminated in him. Simply removing Trump from office may remove … Continue reading A Return to Normalcy Depends On We The People
There is an IMMEDIATE need for volunteers to canvass and contact the people of Randolph County to obtain 900 signatures. If you live near Randolph County PLEASE sign up to help canvass for signatures tomorrow! If you would like to assist in funding the effort to keep these polling places open, you can donate to … Continue reading URGENT: Randolph County, GA Needs Immediate Help to Stop GOP Suppression!
Ohio's 12th District has been held by a Republican since 1983. Representative Patrick Tiberi's retirement has opened up the seat for the first time in 18 years and, this time, Democrat Danny O'Connor is giving the GOP some real competition - shifting the district from Safe Republican to Toss Up with a Cook PVI of … Continue reading 8/7 SPECIAL ELECTION: Ohio Can Flip the 12th with Danny O’Connor
An in-depth look at the highly complex CA-48, CA-49 and CA-45 races, and all of the interacting variables that could sink or boost Democrats in these districts. by Rachel Murphy Azzara and Sudha Mohan Anxiety over California's jungle primaries is mounting - and for good reason. Also known as a non-partisan blanket primary, a jungle … Continue reading Navigating California’s Jungle Primaries
by Rachel Murphy Azzara and Sudha Mohan To win, you need to play chess, not checkers. Most would accept this as a political truth. "Winning", in our political game, is having the ability to affect policy. To change things. This isn't an abstract concept: the legislative process is clearly defined. And the legislative power to … Continue reading Nominating a Primary Candidate to Beat the GOP