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Laura Curran Wins the Democratic Primary

Yesterday, Democrats throughout New York cast their votes in primaries. Turnout was terribly low at around 7% of registered Democrats. While it was low, the Democrats spoke, and they spoke loudly. 158 more words

Laura Curran

Nassau County Executive Democratic Primary Debate

This evening, News 12 aired their Democratic Primary debate between Laura Curran and George Maragos. I think that after the debate it’s very clear yet again the George Maragos is not the right future for Nassau County. 101 more words

Laura Curran

Laura Curran is the ONLY choice for Nassau County

Dear Nassau County residents,

I am a college sophomore and have spent my whole life in Nassau County. While talking with friends and family, all of whom have lived in Nassau County for decades, they stated their annual taxes are now more than the initial purchase price of their homes. 457 more words

Laura Curran

Voting begins next week in the City of Tucson’s primary election


A big thank you is in order to the four candidates running for a seat in the Ward 3 City Council race, who appeared at a candidate forum Tuesday night at Tucson Medical Center, sponsored by the Arizona Daily Star and the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. 118 more words

Why hasn't Congresswoman Betty McCollum yet cosponsored H.R. 676 Medicare for all single payer act?

I just discovered that congresswoman Betty McCollum has not yet signed on as a co-sponsor of  H.R. 676 Medicare for All bill that has already garnered 112 cosponsors.   220 more words

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Prince George Dems Meet June 1

Last meeting before the June 13 primary

Thursday, June 1, at 6 pm, the Prince George Dems will meet in its last gathering before the Democratic Primary on June 13.   99 more words

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Checking In With the Democrats

(A post for those who aren’t obsessed with Trump, Comey, and the Russian Federation…)

There’s an old Confucian proverb: what a difference 77,000 well-placed votes… 1,934 more words

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