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National Voter Registration Day – September 25, 2018

September 25 is National Voter Registration Day, the day for eligible citizens across the country to register to vote. Voting is our chance to stand up for the environment, for families, for safety, for health care, for women’s rights, for education, and for our community by letting those running for office this year know what

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Bill Nelson leads Rick Scott by 7 points in new Quinnipiac poll

Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson has bolted to a 7-point lead over Republican Gov. Rick Scott in Florida’s U.S. Senate race, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Tuesday. Nelson has a 17-point lead with women voters in the poll and a 16-point advantage among independents. Men are closely divided, with 51 percent supporting Scott and

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Democrats poke holes in DeSantis drilling stance

Democrats and environmental advocates are taking aim at Republican gubernatorial nominee Ron DeSantis’ assertion that he has a “proven track record” in supporting measures to ban oil drilling off Florida’s coast, saying his record doesn’t support the claim. Oil drilling has emerged as a flashpoint this campaign season in Florida after the Trump administration’s early

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The Best Way for Democrats to Win Working-Class Voters

Beginning the conversation by asking, “What matters to you?” instead of telling voters what should matter to them gets a more receptive audience. Next, when we introduce new information by telling voters about something they don’t know rather than telling them that what they think they know is wrong, you can see the light come

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April Freeman’s untimely death reported by Local, State, National Media

Seventeenth Congressional District candidate April Freeman’s death was reported by local, state, and national media. Here is a sampling of some of it: Charlotte Sun WINK News (WWSB) Orlando Sentinel Associated Press (via WFTV) NBC New York Charlotte County Chair Patrick Hurley sent this letter of condolence to local Party members on Monday

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