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DemDaily: Where Women Are Running

DemDaily: Where Women Are Running

April 30, 2018 The wave of women running for office in 2018 continue to break records, with the number of female Democratic candidates outnumbering Republicans four to one. Although numbers vary...

DemDaily: Got Baseball?

DemDaily: Got Baseball?

April 29, 2018 The opportunities are endless (for three more games). The second lucky winner of the Paul Booth baseball raffle is Becky Wasserman, who will be enjoying the Nationals v Phillies...

DemDaily:  Bullies at the Ballot Box

DemDaily: Bullies at the Ballot Box

April 27, 2018 An Arkansas Circuit Court judge on Thursday struck down a state voter identification law that mandated government-approved photo identification to vote at the ballot box. In August...

DemDaily:  Dreamers Deferred

DemDaily: Dreamers Deferred

April 26, 2018 In the roller coaster of rulings on the plight of Dreamers, a federal court has ruled against the Trump Administration’s decision to terminate the program known as Deferred...

DemDaily: Trump’s Time on Earth

DemDaily: Trump’s Time on Earth

April 24, 2018 Earth Day has taken on a more urgent meaning for the environment as the protections for our natural resources, communities and, on a very real scale, our climate, have experienced...

DemDaily: The Defendants

DemDaily: The Defendants

April 20, 2018 The Democratic National Committee filed a lawsuit today against Russia, the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks, alleging they conspired to disrupt the 2016 campaign. The multi-million...

DemDaily:  #NationalSchoolWalkout

DemDaily: #NationalSchoolWalkout

April 19, 2018 This Friday, at 10:00am, students in more than 2,500 schools in four time zones will walk out of their classrooms and observe a moment of silence for victims of gun violence. The...

DemDaily: Celebrating Freedom

DemDaily: Celebrating Freedom

April 16, 2018 On April 16, 1862, President Abraham Lincoln signed the Compensated Emancipation Act, which freed more than 3000 slaves in the District of Columbia – the first in the United...