I’ve been Assistant Director of a community organization in my city for nearly a year now. At this point, opportunities to be involved with political movements fall into my lap. But of course, I wasn’t always getting e-mails and Facebook invites to rallies and marches. I had to start by seeking those things out. Halfway
Have you registered to vote yet? We urge you to double check your registration status and make sure you’re up to date in time for Election Day, November 8th 2016!
In the month of June 2016, I made more calls to Congress than all previous political calls I’ve made, combined: calls to support Chris Murphy’s filibuster on the Senate floor, calls to applaud John Lewis and Katherine Clark’s sit-in on the House of Representatives’ literal floor, and calls to ask my own representatives to join
It finally happened. Deep down inside, I felt like I was just waiting for this moment to arrive – to bust out of my adolescent cocoon and into an adult butterfly! For some reason, getting a document notarized seems so grown-up. And with all that build up, I’m here to tell you…it’s actually pretty lame
2016 is a big year in American politics. We’re going to elect our next president. There are some major Congressional elections this year. Some states are voting on issues regarding marijuana laws, reproductive rights, taxes, and immigration. A lot of buzzwords get thrown around, and some the meaning of some terms gets lost in biased
When are you supposed to register to vote? What day is Election Day? Can I mail my ballot in? If you haven’t been paying attention to the upcoming presidential election, don’t fear. The race will have no incumbents—President Barack Obama is finishing up his second term—so it promises to be interesting. Candidates will likely announce