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A burst of sexism as the Veepstakes nears an end

Was it too much to hope that we could get through these last few weeks of Veepstakes speculation without sexism stealing the show? Probably. According to a report last week from Politico, former Sen. Chris Dodd, who is helping to...
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Let’s elect a Wall of Moms to Congress.

From abolition to the civil rights movement to our current crisis, moms—especially Black mothers—have made up the backbone of activism in this country. We saw that again this week when the Wall of Moms came to Portland, a city under...
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Veepstakes rumors & deadlines

Have you heard the rumors? According to the political chatter, Joe Biden will announce his running mate in the first few days of August—giving us less than two weeks to raise at least $10,000 into our Veepstakes Victory Fund! In...
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The state of our Senate races:

The last day of June has finally brought us closure on a key Senate race, and just in time—because today is also one of the biggest quarterly fundraising deadlines of the year. Kentucky election officials just called the primary for...
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Primary check-in

June has been a busy month for primaries, and they’re not over. We still don’t have results in key races. Most notably, Kentucky’s US Senate race is too close to call, three days out from Election Day. Amy McGrath was...
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Some *very* good news

If you needed some good news, the Supreme Court has you covered. We know—with conservatives in the majority, good news from the Court was not something we expected. But this is the real deal. Yesterday, the justices ruled 6-3 that...
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