February 20th Democratic Caucus Guidelines

Observers The following rules MUST be followed by guest observers at the precinct caucus: Only eligible, registered caucus participants may participate on caucus matters or elections. The Site Coordinator/Temporary Chair will ask that all guest observers be seated in an area other than what is reserved for eligible caucus participants, if there is room. Caucus …

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The Swinging Electorate

Despite formidable efforts to disenfranchise African Americans in 2012, a larger percentage of black voters than white voters turned out at the polls to assure Obama’s victory on Election Day. By Marc Morial It’s official: African Americans are the nation’s most important swing state. Last summer, I predicted that the African American vote would tip the scales in …

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The Record — What Obama Has Accomplished!

Every now and again, the other side likes to claim President Obama doesn’t have a record to run on. They’re wrong. Here’s a taste of why: (Just a couple of) the Obama Administration’s accomplishments: The first bill President Obama signed was the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, to help women fight back when they don’t …

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Early and Absentee Voting Dates

Here are some important early and absentee voting deadlines to remember for the General Election: Absentee ballot excuse needed?  No Absentee ballot available starting: October 17 Absentee ballot application deadline: October 30 Absentee ballots must be received by November 6 Early Voting Begins: October 20 Early Voting Ends: November 2 2012 General Election in-person voting:  NOVEMBER …

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Debating a Gish Galloping Etch-a-Sketch Performance Artist

“If you are a salesman and you see life and politics as about the sell, you adjust the sell every time to a different customer-base.” — Andrew Sullivan Who was that last night at the debate with President Obama?  It kind of looked like it might have been former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. But, the words that …

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At Last Night’s Debate: Romney Told 27 Myths In 38 Minutes

— By Igor Volsky at ThinkProgress Pundits from both sides of the aisle have lauded Mitt Romney’s strong debate performance, praising his preparedness and ability to challenge President Obama’s policies and accomplishments. But Romney only accomplished this goal by repeatedly misleading viewers. He spoke for 38 minutes of the 90 minute debate and told at least 27 myths: 1) “[G]et …

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Romney-Ryan Budget Plan

Robert Reich, who served under Presidents Ford and Carter and as President Clinton’s Secretary of Labor, talks about the Romney – Ryan economic plan and its five steps to disaster for America in the following video:

BREAKING: Romney Campaign Caves After Being Called Out For Again Disregarding the Latino Community

For Immediate Release July 6, 2012 Romney Declined Invitation To Address The Largest Latino Civil Rights And Advocacy Group In The Country; Caves After Being Called Out Over Repeatedly Disrespecting Latinos Las Vegas, NV – We’ll bet you $10,000 this isn’t a coincidence.  After members of the Latino community held a press conference this morning …

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Even Republicans Are Dissing Appointed-Senator Heller

NEW YORK TIMES: DEAN HELLER’S PLAN TO END MEDICARE PANNED BY HIS OWN REPUBLICAN COLLEAGUES Republican Candidates From Coast To Coast Agree That Heller/Ryan Budget Would Devastate Seniors New TV Ad From MT GOP Senate Candidate Rehberg: “Rehberg Refused To Support A Republican Budget Plan That Could Harm The Medicare Programs So Many Of Montana’s …

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