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Beto for Senate 2020

Beto, let the rest of the candidates tackle the other 49 states. They’ve got those covered. Come help us take Texas back. Continue reading

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Reading the Campaign Finance Fine Print

For hardcore political inside baseball, nothing beats checking out campaign finance reports. By law, candidates must report both who donates to them and how they spend their money. You can look up federal, state, and municipal campaigns, as well as … Continue reading

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Ed Emmett, Time To Pick a Side

At the vigil on Sunday evening at the Jewish Community Center, County Judge Ed Emmett spoke to the crowd assembled to honor and memorialize the victims of the horrific murders in Pittsburgh at the Tree of Life Synagogue: And even … Continue reading

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Stan Stanart’s Moment to Be a Hero – Or a Villain

Post-Harvey, Stan Stanart needs to make sure ALL registered voters can vote on election day. Continue reading

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Texas Progressive Alliance Blog Roundup October 19, 2015

The Texas Progressive Alliance is ready to vote and mad as hell that Gov. Abbott yanked Medicaid funding for Planned Parenthood as it brings you this week’s roundup. Off the Kuff would like to clear up some myths about sexual assault. … Continue reading

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$6K in Six Days to Fund Molly Ivins Documentary

Molly Ivins died eight years ago. Why should you care? And why should you even consider kickstarting a documentary about her life and work? Eminently quotable, and made to be memed, Molly’s folksy writing and wry speeches, deceptively simple, were … Continue reading

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Bernie Sanders’ 50 Years of Civil Rights Activism

At one point, during the interlude (confrontation? interruption? those words feel judgmental) at Netroots Nation 2015 when Tia Oso and other activists tried to engage Martin O’Malley and Bernie Sanders, Sanders got frustrated. “Black lives of course matter, but I … Continue reading

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