Diplomacy (G-20), Title IX, student loans, Latino officials, Romney outsourcing, deficit reduction, and economic growth. 

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Immigration reform executive order, rural council, sub-sarahan Africa, Shimon Perez, health care, jobs, small business, and competing views of America’s future set out in Ohio – here’s ours –  

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18 Jun 2012
June 18, 2012

Va GOP Convention

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Clearly the biggest news was the friday vote by the GOP Central Committee to reverse its decision of two years ago and hold a convention in 2013 instead of a primary (by a vote of 47-31).   It doesn’t look like there was much news from the Convention itself – see this report.  (This site also..

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Paycheck Fairness, college affordability, jobs, small business & more.   

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11 Jun 2012
June 11, 2012

Vote Jim Moran Tomorrow!

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Virginia’s 8th District Democratic Congressman Jim Moran is facing a primary tomorrow.  Congressman Moran has been a passionate and progressive leader who has served this district well and we need to keep him in Congress.  Vote at your regular polling place – from 6 am to 7 pm.  For voter information see here.  For more..

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Over 2,000 Democrats assembled for the state convention on Saturday, June 2nd at George Mason University Center for the Arts. The Steering Committee of the Democratic Party of Virginia convened Friday evening for their regular quarterly meeting, followed by the Democratic Asian-Americans of Virginia Reception as well as a tribute to Senator Jim Webb. At..

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05 Jun 2012
June 5, 2012

DNC Communications Update June 1

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Memorial day, jobs, and response to Romney, including our own Sen. Louise Lucas

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03 Jun 2012
June 3, 2012

Thanks from the DNC Unity Team

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At yesterday’s state Democratic Convention, delegates from around the Commonwealth heard speeches from party leaders, elected national convention delegates, chose electors, and elected four members to the DNC.  DNC Unity Team female members Mame Reiley and Doris Crouse-Mays were elected without opposition and male members Frank Leone and Vice-Mayor George Wallace also were elected.  The male..

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