Till the polls open on November 8th 2016.
Are you ready?
No really, I’m asking.
Seems to be an awful lot of chatter on the internets about this race already and Georgia’s sixteen electoral votes comes up frequently. Is it wishful thinking that we could be the object of a serious and sustained […]
First Act: Obama for America get a Democratic outsider elected President. Check.
Second Act: Organizing for America, maintain control of team, momentum, money and get Obama re-elected. Check.
Third Act: Organizing for Action, legislative and Presidential legacy building. Thumb nose at DNC, DCCC […]
If you think we’ve got problems, you haven’t been following the saga of the North Carolina Democratic Party Chair. There are a number of similarities, but the big difference is that North Carolina is hosting the 2012 DNC Convention in Charlotte. Fearing public embarrassment on a national scale, elected officials and state party activists have […]
Conducting the Delegate Selection Caucus in the 5th District is always a challenge, and Saturday was no exception. Thanks to the organizing prowess of 5th CD Chair Catherine Smith, along with her team of rock star volunteers, the event was a huge success. With few exceptions, caucus goers were in good […]
A post over at Blogging While Blue piqued my interest on April 10. The post, which correctly points out how candidates like Newt Gingrich, Jon Huntsman and others have benefited from the use of Super PACs (often funded by single or few individuals), also implied that Super PACs could spell the end of state […]