Do you remember how great it felt to flip the House in 2018? Having the House under Democratic control has been the one check we’ve had on Trump. And if we fail to get Trump out of the White House… Read More ›
How to Break the GOP Stranglehold on the Senate
What have we gotten with this Republican-led Senate? Most of them vote in alignment with Trump well over 90% of the time. Any time Trump lies or does something abhorrent, they never speak up (or only offer the mildest “I’m… Read More ›
2019 Elections: The Results You May Not Have Seen
The big headlines from Election Night were great, of course, but there are so many other stories that flew under the radar. Here are some of those stories. Wins from the states Tucson, Arizona: Tucson’s first female and first Latina… Read More ›
2019 Elections: Get Out the Vote From Home Challenge
If more of our voters turn out in every state, every county, every district, we can change the direction of our country. These pre-election posts are designed to give you tools to help make that goal a reality. Remember, if… Read More ›
2019 Elections: Time for a Red Alert
Remember how much we were all so impatient in the lead-up to the midterm elections–we just couldn’t WAIT to vote. Do you feel that same sense of “let’s go get ’em” now? I don’t. And unfortunately, the election results for… Read More ›
2019 Elections: Virginia
Long before we have the 2020 election, we have work to do to flip seats this year. Continuing our look at 2019 elections, today we’re going to concentrate on Virginia. Remember, whoever works harder to turn out their voters can… Read More ›
Who’s Ready for Some Good News?
As important as it is to stay informed about what’s going on, I recognize the news can be fairly negative. There’s always something that needs our attention and advocacy. So, as a change of pace, here’s a post about some… Read More ›
2019 Election Results: Where’s the Blue Wave?
I like to say, “If it’s Tuesday, there’s probably an election in America somewhere.” So far in 2019 there have been quite a number of elections. I publish a monthly calendar of all the elections I can find–here’s the March… Read More ›