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VOTER REGISTRATION WEDNESDAY: New sign-up drive continues in September

A Town Committee voter registration drive will resume Wednesday, September 3rd at New Britain Democratic headquarters, 19 Bassett Street, beginning at 5:30 pm. 601 more words

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Soul Food and Politics Draw Steady Crowd To Black Dems' Annual Event

Soul food and politics brought a steady stream of voters and politicians to the basement of Spottswood AME Zion Church on Saturday, August 16th for the annual Black Democratic Club Soul Food Fest. 247 more words

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Voter Registration Drive Continues.....Soul Food Fest Saturday 8/16....DTC Cookout 8/30....City Hall Watch......

DTC Voter Registration Drive Continues Thursday, Saturday

The Democratic Town Committee’s voter registration drive is continuing this week after last week’s efforts netted over 100 new registrations in the canvassing of neighborhoods and signing up of new voters. 771 more words

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Que Sera Sera

“IF YOU CAN DREAM IT, YOU CAN DO IT.”

-Walt Disney

I am aware and ok with still traveling through this space of FOR-NOW.  FOR-NOW can last a few weeks, months, or shit, probably years if it is to. 708 more words

Millennials Need to Vote Their Pocketbooks in Upcoming Election

Americans ages 18 to 29 have much at stake in the midterm election. Yet, only 23 percent will “definitely be voting” in November, according to a survey this spring by Harvard University’s Institute of Politics. 618 more words

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I’m feeling a little nostalgic this week, so get ready for three things that represent my own personal pop culture comfort food.  Today it’s politics from 1992. 230 more words

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Newly registered voters say they are in the minority in their age group

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Some of the voters at the primaries coming up on Tuesday will be new voters; those who’ve turned 18 since the last election. 177 more words

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