This is beyond cool. One techie who has no idea what he is doing has raised over $1 million and distributed those funds to 9 progressive House candidates, none supported by the DCCC. And one is from New Mexico’s District 2. Amazing story.
Last week was crazy: Ellenberg resigns, students walk out, Community Land Trusts emerge as an element of the University of Art & Design and more thoughts on and actions related to the DCCC and the 2018 primaries.
When you show up, are well informed and are persistent, you often win and Retake’s city and state strategy is to make it easier for you to show up for affordable housing, for renewables, for fair elections, and more. Also today, Brave Space, a new local radio show focused on feminism. Read on.
I thought you might be, so today we are providing a pretty short post with one goal, one action. Lately I’ve been hammering about how democracy is not working for us. This is a chance to seize the wheel. But we need you on this one. Read on.
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.
The Nation is entirely devoted to the impact of monopolies on our lives. This post also includes an URGENT ACTION in relation to Rep. Lujan and the DCCC, a last call to join us at the Town Hall today, a reports that there could be movement in relation to gun control.
This morning, I got an email from a reliable source stating that ICE raids in Santa Fe yesterday hit Sonic and Blue Corn Cafe, arresting workers, workers who are likely parents or sons or daughters of other Santa Feans. It was the straw that broke this camel’s back, until.