Miller began working in Baltimore in the 1980s as a credit analyst at investment firm T. Rowe Price. She left the company in 2009 to join the Treasury Department. Miller has poured more than $2 million of her own money into the campaign in a city where more than 20% of residents live in poverty. But she said her wealth doesn’t mean she’s out of touch with the issues that matter most to voters. … [Read more...] about Baltimore voters face watershed moment with mayoral primary
In the 2018 midterm elections, even as they squeaked by in their victories, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantisRonald Dion DeSantisDisney World plans to reopen in July Charlotte newspaper's editorial board urges governor to 'call Trump's bluff' on GOP convention The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - Major space launch today; Trump feuds with Twitter MORE (R) and Sen. Rick Scott (R) enjoyed sizable support from Cuban Americans, an indication that these voters could steadily remain Republican in 2020. However, unknown is how Trump’s handling of the coronavirus will play out in the election and if Cuban Americans will follow the direction of other voters on this front. … [Read more...] about The battle of two Cubas
Her big fear is that Trump and the GOP will try to prevent African Americans from voting in large numbers in November, using existing legal hurdles such as voter ID laws or by blocking the widespread use of mail-in ballots in Democratic-leaning states like California. … [Read more...] about Older black voters have a 2020 dream: huge turnout, new president
In a post-COVID America, Biden will need a right hand who can assist him in thinking of the economics of the working class and formerly middle class. He will also need someone who has experience with innovation rooted in empathy. As the current administration has made abundantly clear, cruelty and personal financial gain is the foundation of the vast majority of their policy decisions. He also needs a veep who can unite the party, someone who can galvanize the more progressive wing of the party concerned with issues like criminal justice and the environment. … [Read more...] about Stacey Abrams Is the Only Vice Presidential Pick for Joe Biden. Here’s Why.
"Sara believes that if we want politics to be different, we have to do politics differently. That means not accepting any corporate PAC money, paying our staff a living wage, and paying our interns $15 an hour so that more young people have opportunities to be part of the political process. It also means not running a campaign against someone, but rather focusing on talking directly to voters about what we are running for," wrote Godinich. … [Read more...] about Gloves come off as Democrats fight for House seat in California