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Gravity Rocker 51m
Conservative dems oppose Pelosi? She's opposed by new members among others who think this power house caters to much to version of monied/ed'd elite, no concrete msg on the dignity of work and by extension the Dignity of workers, just generalities,
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Marty Corboy Nov 13
Want for ? Vote ๐Ÿ—ณ 1 Tim McCurdy and 1 in the upper house. Anything else in noise and chaos.
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Michael Sozan ๐ŸŒŠ Nov 12
. is rightโ€”Senate Repubs would block automatic voter registration. They generally oppose any/all ways to expand voting participation. House Dems are smart, planning to pass comprehensive anti-corruption/pro-voter package. .
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Sheila Humphries Nov 13
Ojeda plans to be an interrupter in 2020 election. Democrats are no longer accepting โ€œcentristโ€ fence straddling talking points. We are left of center & are fighting for DEMOCRATS to BE DEMOCRATS. isnโ€™t doing same thing & expecting different outcome! =Change
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Emma Kealy MP Nov 11
The polls are open! Great to join lovely Jess at the early voting centre in Hamilton this morning. Plenty of people voting early to beat the queues and get a .
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WT Farma Nov 13
on means rewriting the rules so the federal government is on the side of consumers and middle-class families.
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Zuvele Nov 13
If Tim McCurdy was capable of delivering we'd have one by now.
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Marty Corboy Nov 5
Even thinks and is on the nose. On Nov 24 vote to give our regions
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Jo Armstrong for Western Victoria Nov 13
"Higher living standards for all". A big thumbs up for our proposal, if elected, to invest $1B in a Decentralisation Fund, bring back the Putting Locals First Fund, and cut back Payroll Tax for regional Victorians - because we deserve ๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’›
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๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‡น Only4RM ๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ Nov 13
Venn Diagram of those who want a newbie Speaker & those who thought Democrats were throwing away the election by focusing on ways to , promising gov't that works , & committing to creation of a fairer economy that offers working families .
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LRe Nov 13
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Michael Sozan ๐ŸŒŠ Nov 6
Replying to @JesseFFerguson
Health care is a top concern, with good reason. But fixing the culture of corruption also has topped several polls (and all pollsters should be asking about it). Luckily, Dems have a bold anti-corruption package waiting to be passed. for Our Democracy.
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Michael Sozan ๐ŸŒŠ Nov 9
WE ELECTED AN ANTI-CORRUPTION CONGRESS. Good work. See this analysis from my colleagues & . Gives big momentum toward House Dems passing a big anti-corruption package, which has pledged to do. for Our Democracy
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Peter Walsh Nov 13
for the Valley with New trains, high speed rail Traralgon-Melb, and a plan for decentralisation that will boost job creation & investment certainty some of the things Sheridan & will deliver
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StudentDebtCrisis Nov 13
Now that control the House, our call for lawmakers to fight for for Americans with is even louder. ๐Ÿ“ฃ ๐Ÿ“ฃ ๐Ÿ“ฃ
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Corinne Nov 10
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Tara Nov 13
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pinaalmost56 Nov 13
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Kirk A.Welch Nov 11
Replying to @JMyers1971
Simple. We continue to turn out the vote, we never again become complacent, we never normalize this shit. We flip the Senate in 2020 and retake the WH then hold it by giving the ppl something to vote for. Finally we NEVER allow the GOP to forget this shitshow.
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Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard Nov 7
I am deeply humbled to fight every day for our 40th District in Congress. I look forward to being part of a House Democratic majority that works , so we can secure for all Americans.
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