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Want to Talk to Me About Dirty Tricks?

I know you’ve been curious about Dirty Tricks since you first heard about it earlier this year. But would you like to know who’s really behind this scary power grab to ensure the Republicans maintain control over the White House? And would you like to do something to stop the far right cabal from messing…

CDP Exec. Board in Anaheim Nov. 16-18

The California Democratic Party Executive Board holds their next quarterly meeting November 16-18 in Anaheim. The event starts Friday evening with a platform hearing, social hour, and caucus meetings. Saturday morning begins with more caucus meetings and a workshop on campaign finance reporting. After lunch another workshop will be held on the process of becoming…

Lou Correa Does Some Good on Health Care, Lobbies for SCHIP

Yes, believe it or not, Lou Correa does good work for his constituents in Orange County. And apparently this week, he did something particularly good. He lobbied our Congresscritters in DC to override Bush’s veto of the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP). Yep, Lou did his part to persuade Congress to allow working families…

It’s OUR Health Care, So We Need to Take Action

Last weekend, our fine Governor vetoed legislation that would have given us a chance to truly begin reforming our broken health care system. The State Legislature tried to expand access to affordable health care and control costs for consumers, but our lovely Governator wants none of that. He’d rather just force all of us to…

Tell Arnold Next Week That Our Health Care Matters

Are you still mad at Arnold for saying he will veto real health care reform? And would you like to do something about this? If so, join It’s OUR Healthcare for a vigil in front of the Governor’s office in LA. There will be movie screenings, protest actions, and prayer services happening throughout this 48…

America Likes Democrats Better

GALLUP NEWS SERVICE PRINCETON, NJ — Public attitudes toward the two major political parties have not changed much in recent months. That’s good news for the Democratic Party, which moved into a superior image position when compared to the Republican Party more than a year ago. Americans not only continue to view the Democratic Party…