Democratic Weekly Radio Address: "Giving Back During the Holidays"


Happy Holidays from the Women's Caucus


Joint Statement from DNC and NHDP on the Upcoming Democratic Debate in New Hampshire

Following WMUR's decision to not move negotiations forward with IBEW Local 1228 ahead of next Saturday's Democratic debate, Democratic National Committee Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz and New Hampshire Democratic Party Chair Ray Buckley issued the following joint statement:

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Evenwel v. Abbott: Defending One Person, One Vote #EveryoneCounts

The Democratic Party is committed to ensuring that every eligible voter is registered, every registered voter is able to vote, and that every vote is accurately counted.
 

​This week, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Evenwel v. Abbott.  While on its face, it’s just another redistricting case out of Texas, in reality it is something far more insidious. This case threatens to damage the democratic principle of ‘one person, one vote,’ that ensures everyone in America, regardless of who they are or where they live, is entitled to equal representation.
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Weekly Address: We Will Not Be Terrorized


This week on the campaign trail


WEEKLY COMMUNICATIONS UPDATE FOR DECEMBER 4th, 2015

 Earlier today, the November jobs report was released—complete with more great news about our economy. 211,000 new jobs were created – marking a record 69 straight months of private sector growth -- and the unemployment rate held at 5 percent. This strong jobs report is further proof that the hard work being done by President Obama to rebuild the economy from the Great Recession left behind by George W. Bush is paying off.

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Paul Ryan: Keep Selling Guns To Terrorist Watch List


DNC Statement on the 60th Anniversary of Rosa Parks’ Arrest

DNC Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman released the following statement today in commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the arrest of Rosa Parks:
 
“Sixty years ago this evening, Rosa Parks paid her fare, boarded a Montgomery municipal bus, and took a seat for the ride home from work.  After refusing to give up her seat to a white passenger, she was arrested and booked for violating Montgomery’s municipal ordinance segregating bus passengers according to race."
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Inciting fear isn’t presidential


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