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Climate change is stirring up young voters

Climate change is stirring up young voters

By Judith Lewis Mernit For Elsa Mengistu, it all began with guns. The 18-year-old North Carolina native first found her way into organizing for a cause through the Winston-Salem chapter of March for
New Daily Kos/Civiqs poll: Most Americans disapprove of U.S. Senate’s handling of impeachment

New Daily Kos/Civiqs poll: Most Americans disapprove of U.S. Senate’s handling of impeachment

The best antidote to hot takes is hard data, and the February Daily Kos/Civiqs poll is here with your cure. This month’s survey of 1,543 registered voters was conducted online from Feb. 11-14 and

Cartoon: Autocracy, it just works better!

Vimeo Video Well, it’s been a tough week for democracy. First, Democrats in Iowa completely screwed up the first major step to picking a nominee who will hopefully replace President Trump. Of course
Cages installed outside Iowa caucus sites remind public to not look away from anti-immigrant abuses

Cages installed outside Iowa caucus sites remind public to not look away from anti-immigrant abuses

Iowans on their way to caucus in Des Moines on Monday may encounter a reminder from a leading immigrant and refugee rights advocacy group: in the midst of the Republican Senate’s sham impeachment
Nuts & Bolts: Here. We. Go. The Iowa Caucus

Nuts & Bolts: Here. We. Go. The Iowa Caucus

It’s another Saturday, so for those who tune in, welcome to a diary discussing the Nuts & Bolts of a Democratic campaign. If you’ve missed out, you can catch up anytime: Just visit our group or
Ahead of next week’s caucuses, Iowa governor races to restore voting rights

Ahead of next week’s caucuses, Iowa governor races to restore voting rights

With the Iowa caucus just days away, some Iowans await determination on whether they will be able to participate. Iowa is the only state with a permanent ban on restoring voting rights to people
Nuts & Bolts: From caucus to delegate, please explain Iowa

Nuts & Bolts: From caucus to delegate, please explain Iowa

It’s another Saturday, so for those who tune in, welcome to a diary discussing the Nuts & Bolts of a Democratic campaign. If you’ve missed out, you can catch up anytime: Just visit our group or
Julián Castro is right: Iowa should not be first

Julián Castro is right: Iowa should not be first

The debate over whether the Iowa caucus should be the first test for presidential hopefuls is not new, as the issue bubbles up every election cycle. What has been a bit different this time around is