Democ-Rat Digest #4

What I loved about the Women’s March is the mobilization of the masses.

What I railed against during the campaign is the way the results were likely to reflect desires for a top-down approach to fixing government. Grassroots and bottom-up is the only way to go.

So today’s digest features two examples of such efforts:

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First, on a more national level. Look into supporting Swing Left, which will direct you to volunteer in your nearest “swing district.” Their slogan is: It Starts with the House. And that is very true and bears noting.

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Close to my home, is an example of what you should look for locally. In Delaware one State Senate Seat is vacated (Bethany Hall-Long will now be Lieutenant Governor). That seat could turn the State Senate red. Mike Pence has noticed and plans to campaign for the Republican contender. Clearly, I support Stephanie Hansen. Our State Senate doesn’t need to become a center for obstruction against the State House and Governor’s office.

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Also, keep checking White House petitions. Here’s a new one that matters, don’t let Trump kill the NEA.

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