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John Farrell is the Director of Democratic Energy at the Institute for Local Self-Reliance. John is best known for his vivid illustrations of the economic and environmental benefits of local ownership of decentralized renewable energy.
He’s the author of Energy Self-Reliant States, a state-by-state atlas of renewable energy potential highlighted in the New York Times, showing that most states don’t need to look outside their borders to meet their electricity needs. He’s also written extensively on the economic advantages of Democratizing the Electricity System, published a rich interactive map on solar grid parity, and polished the policies (like Minnesota’s solar energy standard) necessary to support locally owned renewable energy development.
About 1,500 Florida Democratic Party delegates are meeting this weekend to prepare to support somebody to run against Scott next year. Former Republican Gov. Charlie Crist, the presumed frontrunner for the Democrats, said he would decide and announce Nov. 4. He and former state Sen. Nan Rich, whose been running for 18 months, schmoozed delegates in the corridors.
Congressional candidate Mitch Mallett will be on The Morning Edge, WWPR 1490 AM, www.1490wwpr.com , at 9:45am. Show starts at 9am
Please tune in as Rachel Marie, Eamon Donahue, and Mark Ortega interview Kesha Rogers. Kesha Rogers is in a run-off for U.S. Senate (Texas) for the Democratic Party.
Danita Tolson shares her thoughts on the June 24, 2014 Primary Election in Maryland. A candidate for the Central Committee, Tolson shares her background with an emphasis on education and health. She speaks candidly about getting the entire community together for the sake of making a difference. Tolson is also interested in making sure young people have a viable opportunity for any and all resources available. Further, she is committed to being a part of the solution - regardless of how hard it is. She said that being a single mom, she wants the best for her child and all people's children.
Many people who self identify as a Democrat have no knowledge about the history of the political party they support. Before migrating to America, the British had a group of people they called "Crackers" that were known for being un-educated and extremely lazy. Let's examine the Crackers and how they laid the foundation for the Democratic party to be what it is today.
The Democratic party is rooted in the south. Many who self identify as a Democrat have no clue about the history of the party. The Democratic party is the party of slavery, Jim Crow, The Black Codes, and the KKK. Let's examine how Black folks have come to love the Democratic party.
Host Kimberly Mitchem-Rasmussen will be joined by Donna Miller, current Presidenht of the Democratic Women of the South Suburbs. Miller was also a candidate for the Illinois State Senate in 2012. Guest and host will discuss the political status of Illinois women in politics and how the work of the Democratic Women of the South Suburbs is impacting this status. The Democratic Women of the South Suburb's mission is to unite, promote, encourage, recruit and support Illinois women of the Democratic Party specifically in the South Suburbs of Cook and Will Counties.
Clay Aiken’s Democratic Congressional Opponent Found Dead At Home
Do you vote Democrat? If yes, do you know why? What does the Democratic Party stand for? Do you know? Have you ever taken the time and researched each candidate for yourself?
The Democratic Party leadership knows that MOST black people don't read, they just follow. Most are not bright at all and most blacks are lacking in intelligence. They know most black people prefer to get something free rather than work for it, and their votes are up for sale to the highest bidder.
Again, I ask, do YOU vote the Democratic ticket, and if so, do you know why? Be honest!
The Georgia Democratic Values Project was established in Georgia in November 2010. Its mission is to develop progressives' ability to express our values and to frame issues in terms of those values. This is done in several ways: On our website, valuesmessage.org, we provide links to resources and tools that are useful in formulating messages that meet those objectives. We send to our email list comments on and links to current items in the news and on progressive websites. We speak to county Democratic parties about Democratic values. We advocate for activities in Georgia that will help to move progressive organizations toward better messaging. The Georgia Progressive Exchange, for example, was an effort to bring many progressive organizations together to overcome the issue silos that tend to divide us by focusing on our common values (and building trust and a sense of community among these organizations). While the project was established in Georgia, its objectives and resources are applicable nationwide. A Facebook group facilitates discussion among members.
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