Category Archives: Politics

Democratic Presidential Debates

Did you watch the Democratic presidential candidates debate last night on CNN? If not, you have the opportunity to watch night #2 starting at 8pm ET live. Some say it is way too early to be thinking about the 2020 … Continue reading

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The Mueller Report

On May 29, 2019 Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, made his first and perhaps only public comment on the Russia investigation which he headed. The following is a transcript of his remarks, as published by The New York … Continue reading

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The 2020 Candidate Pledge

The following is a re-post of an email recently sent by the Indivisible Team, initially introduced in April. Since then 29,000 grassroots activists have signed on to the pledge. It reads as follows: We must defeat Donald Trump. The first … Continue reading

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22nd Ward Open Caucus Makes Endorsements For May 21 Democratic Primary Election

The following is a press release issued today by a group that I strongly support in an effort to bring democratic practices to the Democratic Party in Philadelphia. A group of Democratic committeepeople in Philadelphia’s 22nd Ward met on Thursday … Continue reading

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Philadelphia Campaign Finance Report – Cycle 1

Is the amount a candidate has raised correlate to the chances of winning an election? Perhaps not. Asked differently, would you endorse a candidate who has few dollars in the final weeks of a campaign? Available is a recent analysis … Continue reading

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2019 Philadelphia Democratic Primary Candidates

The election process works when voters are given information so as to make an informed decision. For this reason a 2019 Philadelphia Democratic Primary Candidates list has been published. The first step is knowing who are the candidates. The list … Continue reading

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Participating In Democracy

Last month New Jersey Legislature leaders tried to pass a partisan gerrymandering bill SCR152/ACR205. Fortunately, a host of public interest groups, organizations and concerned citizens were able to thwart the effort to destabilize fair elections. At a hearing in December, … Continue reading

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