Daily Archives: May 24, 2016

Tell Congress to Take on Wall Street

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“The big banks are bigger than they were before the 2008 crisis, and CEOs and Wall Street money managers continue to benefit from obscene tax loopholes that cost us billions. Stand up to Wall Street.” PETITION TO CONGRESS: The big … Continue reading

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Another Look At Updated Early Vote Numbers For The Primary

With just two weeks left before Iowa’s primary elections on June 7, let’s take another look at the early vote totals across the state. A lot has changed since we first discussed the numbers three weeks ago. The Secretary of State’s … Continue reading

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Canvasing for Breckenridge

​Hi all, I want to thank everyone for their hard work over the past weeks. Unfortunately, we can’t let up. We need to keep the pressure on. We are planning a day of canvasing this Saturday, May 28th, 12:30 to … Continue reading

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Labor History

May 25 Striking shoemakers in Philadelphia are arrested and charged with criminal conspiracy for violating an English common law that bars schemes aimed at forcing wage increases. The strike was broken – 1805 Philip Murray is born in Scotland. He … Continue reading

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