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We can’t let COVID slow us down (end of Q1)

We passed two 2020 milestones yesterday. It’s the first fundraising deadline of the year for US House and Senate candidates—and it's Equal Pay Day, the day when women's earnings catch up to what men made during the previous year. As...
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Manny’s cafe in San Francisco needs our help

Since it opened last year, Manny's cafe in San Francisco's Mission District has become a hub of progressive organizing. The combination restaurant, political bookshop, and event space has hosted civic leaders, artists, activists, business leaders, journalists, writers, and political candidates,...
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Mitch McConnell is STILL holding up COVID-19 aid.

We’ve heard some calls to set aside politics because of this crisis, but we can’t do that. Because we can’t ignore that Mitch McConnell took a weekend off while a coronavirus aid bill passed by the House sat on his...
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EW’s loss still stings, one week out

We’ve got whiplash. For weeks before Super Tuesday, Elizabeth Warren was erased by the media, left out of every conversation about “frontrunners,” her speeches and events essentially blacked out. But now that she’s out of the race cable news panels...
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Turn anger into action: Let the Veepstakes begin

It’s been a rough week for our presidential women. With Amy Klobuchar suspending her campaign, and Elizabeth Warren posting disappointing results on Super Tuesday, our hopes of electing a woman president in 2020 are dwindling. It’s a frustrating, maddening turn...
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2 Nevada and South Carolina Congressional races to keep an eye on

Though they’ll be critical to keeping Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren in the presidential race, Nevada and South Carolina are more important than presidential politics this year.  There are two critical down-ballot races that can help Democrats keep and increase...
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An important primary update, NOT from the presidential race:

Something really important got downplayed last week, in between the confusion in Iowa and the rush to New Hampshire. In a very competitive, very blue, special election primary that could have put another woman in Congress—Maya Rockeymoore Cummings—the male-dominated politics...
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The cover-up is complete

Senate Republicans' cover-up of Donald Trump's crimes is complete. Today, they voted to acquit the President on two articles of impeachment: Abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Before that, they voted not to hear witnesses or consider other evidence,...
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