Tag Archive for Progressive Values

CA-46: The Time Is Now

Now is the time. Today is the day to make change happen. I’ve been able to do it, and hopefully you will be able to do it as well. Debbie Cook has a real chance of winning in the 46th District. If I didn’t think so, I wouldn’t be working as hard as I am…

OCYD Chair Featured in New VoteVets Ad

And not only that, but the ad’s also terrific! Go watch it… Then ask Jason about it at tomorrow night’s OCYD meeting at Bistro 400 (400 W. 4th St.) in Santa Ana. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xnvQ_4G8l4w[/youtube] Hopefully, voters in Virginia will appreciate what Jason has to say… 😉

Nevada: Up Close & Personal

(Proudly cross-posted at C4O) Last weekend, I was lucky enough to see the state of the race for myself. I traveled to the heart of Battleground Country. Because Nevada’s 5 electoral votes are up for grabs and two Nevada Republicans may lose their House seats this fall, I wanted to do something to help. That’s…

Former REPUBLICAN LA Mayor Endorses Obama!

Yes, it’s true. Richard Riordan, the REPUBLICAN who was elected as Mayor of Los Angeles from 1993-2001, is now endorsing Democrat Barack Obama for President! Why? Riordan said the Illinois senator was by far the best choice for the White House and the only one with the intellect to shepherd the country through troubled economic…

Day 4, Change We Can Believe In: The Grand Finale

Are you as thrilled as I am to see our next President make history? I’m currently at a Democratic house party in Fountain Valley, where we’re all watching the Democratic Convention together. We’re all cheering on the real Americans speaking up for change now. So many people have suffered under Bush & Cheney, and we’re…

The Choice Couldn’t Be Clearer

(Cross-posted at Clintonistas for Obama) Have you been watching the Democratic Convention this week? I have. I cried during Michelle Obama’s speech. And of course, I was moved to my head to my feet during Hillary Clinton’s speech! I really felt moved after seeing some of my favorite Democrats speak. But you know what’s also…

WDYT: How Was Hillary’s Speech?

“Whether you voted for me, or voted for Barack, the time is now to unite as a single party with a single purpose,” Mrs. Clinton said, beaming as the convention hall burst into applause. “And you havent worked so hard over the last 18 months, or endured the last eight years, to suffer through more…