By Larry Baskett, Ann G. Daniels and Heidi Rand Deadline: NOW - Trump will never concede he lost the election and commit to the peaceful transfer of power. He tried to coerce and bully Georgia’s Secretary of State into fraudulently overturning that state’s presidential election result by “finding” votes for him. While his toadies in … Continue reading Tell your Members of Congress: Remove Trump Now
By Ann G. Daniels Deadline: until our Senators get off their seats to protect our elections - Are you anxious about foreign interference in our elections? Angry that Russia interfered to put the Popular-Vote-Loser-in-Chief in the White House? Furious that the Senate acquitted him of abuse of power in his efforts to pressure Ukraine to … Continue reading SHIELD Act – our sword against election interference
Deadline: sooner is better than later - What did you think of the second round of debates? Who tackled the issues head-on and who ducked? Who said what you wanted to hear and whose ideas came up short? Who do you think should drop out now? What you can do: Tell the candidates your opinions. … Continue reading Debates, round two: what did you think?
Deadline: through July 31, and after - Ah, those good old innocent days of the first Democratic Presidential debates, before part of our country was telling another part to go back where they came from. But seriously folks, a few things have changed since the first set of debates, so we've updated our Primary Primer … Continue reading and furthermore … Debates, round two
Deadline: through June 26, and even after - Do you have a favorite Presidential candidate yet? Do you know where the candidates stand on the big issues - and if you do, do you know it from their own statements? Many of the candidates, to our dismay, haven’t taken a stand or enunciated a plan on … Continue reading Make the candidates speak out
Deadline: June 26 (but get your RSVPs and party invites out earlier) - There are so many Democratic presidential candidates, the Democratic National Committee is limiting the first debates to a "mere" 20 of them over two nights, based on requirements that are even stricter than their original winnowing criteria. As of this writing, it … Continue reading No two ways about it: watch the debates!