On Friday, just as Bloomberg was announcing his campaign against Bernie and Elizabeth, Kara Eastman announced she is giving away a campaign donation she received last year from Steyer. In a statement, Kara said "I immediately saw this as an example of the problem of money in politics, an issue that I have campaigned on since the beginning."
An insightful piece from "The Economist" reveals that if you take a ride along Chicago's red line-- a rail service running north-south for 23 miles-- life expectancy varies by 30 years from one end to the other! Thirty years! In a developed country! In the richest country in the world! We've endorsed 4 great progressives who want to fix that.
Derek Kilmer has the worst democratic voting record of any Democrat in Washington State. That's why we've endorsed a fearless advocate to challenge the #WA06 seat he's using to further the conservative (Republican Lite) agenda. Watch out, here comes Rebecca Parson!
Jennifer Christie: "It’s time we simplify the process to allow for single-payer healthcare that guarantees health care for every American without exception. We have already proven that the Medicare system works. Guaranteeing health care as a human right is simply the right thing to do."
On the day and in the big oil city of tonight's Democratic debate, Greenpeace demands a Green New Deal.
Ever wonder why conservative comedians are few and far in between? Exhibit A: Laura Ingraham.
Unlike Gardner or Frackenlooper, Blue America's pick to be the next Senator from Colorado is committed to Medicare-for-All, the Green New Deal, to banning the sale of assault weapons, to raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour and to free public colleges and universities.
How can a candidate running in a district that includes Houston Metro "oil patch" towns be championing the Green New Deal? This can be done!
Massachusetts' 8th includes most of Boston; the suburbs and small towns south of the city. It's a well-off, vibrant and diverse district-- and far more progressive than the conservative Democrat it's been sending to Congress as a matter of habit for nearly 2 decades. Let's fix that!
Bernie won Oregon's 5th district in the '16 primary. Now voters need to know they can elect a congressman who backs those same ideas that made them so excited about Bernie-- instead of someone vastly worse than Hillary was on her worst day.
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