GOP Greed: Taking From Disabled Vets To Make Their Wealthy Donors Richer
Allison Ikley-Freeman's successful campaign for a state Senate seat in Oklahoma last week-- where Trump beat Hillary 61.4-32.7% has blown the DCCC 2018 strategy to hell. Blue America to the rescue!
Primaries are crucial, especially because each of these candidates is being opposed by conservative, Republican-lite quasi-Democrats from the Republican wing of the Democratic Party. None of them are wealthy and all three are counting on grassroots help from people like us.
The kind of economic populism these progressives are campaigning about is a clear path to victory for enhancing a blue wave in Texas.
Randy Bryce is everything Paul Ryan is not. And that is one of the most important reasons he has a real chance to beat him. You can win a cool prize for helping Randy's campaign today.
#IN-09 is ripe for a red-to-blue flip. Freshman Trey Hollingsworth, a complete Trump rubber-stamp, only managed to get 54.1% of the vote last year, seriously underperforming Trump. Next year Hollingsworth is likely to face Dan Canon, the first serious progressive to run in the district in living memory.
The platform David's running on is almost entirely on the issues he and Bernie have long championed. And, yes, the DCCC has, predictably-- it's all they ever do-- has some Republican-lite corporate shill they're trying to run.
It's way past time for Virginia Foxx's brand of hate and vitriol to retire from Congress. We've found a real progressive fighter to take her place, and we hope you can join us to help her take NC05 back-- for the People.
Repealing Paul Ryan and replacing him with Randy Bryce will be the biggest political message of the 2018 midterms to the swampy DC establishment.
Taking back Congress means making inroads in districts like Texas' 21st, despite the gerrymandering. With an extraordinary candidate like Derrick it's a winnable seat, especially as more and more independent voters and even mainstream Republican continue to sour on Trump and his enablers, like Lamar Smith, in Congress.