"The suburbs will be won on Republicans’ ability to put forward strong candidates, with compelling stories and diverse backgrounds that can turn an otherwise competitive seat into a sure bet," Congressional Leadership Fund (CLF) President Dan Conston said in a statement to Fox News. "Republicans have recognized we can’t just keep running the same types of candidates and expect different results. The House recruits are the best in a decade, and are putting the seats we need to win back the Majority on the map in a big way." … [Read more...] about Conservative groups push diverse slate of GOP House candidates in effort to take back lost ground
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There are several sitting elected officials who are talented and have bright futures ahead of them. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan, Sens. Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin, Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, Kamala Harris of California, New Jersey Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver, and Rep. Val Demings of Florida all come to mind. However, none of these women can galvanize the type of base Biden needs for success. None possess the multiple skill sets to simultaneously galvanize the progressive wing of the party, the South, and the black base. … [Read more...] about Stacey Abrams Is the Only Vice Presidential Pick for Joe Biden. Here’s Why.
Danville, CA -- The San Ramon Valley Unified School District (SRVUSD) has selected Sarah Clancy and Courtney Konopacky as the District's 2020-2021 Teachers of the Year. Each year, the SRVUSD chooses one elementary and one secondary teacher who are recognized by the Board of Education and go on to represent the District in the Teacher of the Year (TOY) Program. … [Read more...] about SRVUSD 2020 Teachers Of The Year Advance As Finalists
The new report blames a range of actors for the violence during 2019 including regional police special forces, local administration officials and armed youth and vigilante groups. The rights group noted that in the new, wider political space some politicians have been “stirring up ethnic and religious animosities,” sparking violence in five of the country’s nine regional states. … [Read more...] about New report alleges killings, mass detentions in Ethiopia
Still, some Mission groups oppose all market-rate housing in the neighborhood and are not buying into the new plan. Scott Weaver, a tenants rights attorney who worked on last year’s moratorium initiative, said the new proposal came up Wednesday night at a meeting of United to Save the Mission, a coalition of neighborhood groups. … [Read more...] about ‘Beast on Bryant’ developer ponies up more affordable housing