The DCCC doesn’t prove the wisdom of the Dems picking moderate-conservative candidates in conservative districts, quite the opposite. This post also includes a video from Gar Alperovitz on capitalism and excerpts from the Congressional Progressive Caucus Budget
In NM, aside from the Ellenberg resignation, two prominent GOP House Reps Decline to Run. Rumors fly about who might succeed Ellenberg. DNC Rules & Bylaws Committee drags feet and equivocates. Details.
A surprising olive branch to the DCCC, details on the Pennsylvania special election and an update Santa Fe students walking out of class tomorrow and marching together on March 24.
Two critical posts from last week, one on the DCCC and one on expanded ICE activity across the country, plus local actions for the coming week. Lastly a report on the Democratic Party’s Pre-Primary Convention. It certainly didn’t lack for drama.
RCV took awhile, but the candidate who led substantially in the first round, sustained and built that lead through subsequent counts…details on this and the DNC’s looming decision on Party reform which, If passed, would address some of recent concerns with DCCC.
Senate Centrist Dems are partnering with the GOP to eliminate banking regulations and the DCCC is silencing candidates on gun control and healthcare. Lujan petition included. Also included today is a report and video on increased ICE activity in town and the City’s response.
Mounting pressure on Lujan to address DCCC undemocratic practices, movement in gun control advocacy, and voters guides for both the Mayoral and City Council races. Tuesday I’ll report on Sunday’s tremendous Town Hall and plans for another in April.