Bernie Sanders & Tammy Baldwin
Bernard Bernie Sanders (born September 8, 1941) is the junior United States Senator from Vermont. He previously represented Vermont's at-large district in the United States House of Representatives. Tammy Suzanne Green Baldwin (born February 11, 1962) is the U.S. Representative for Wisconsin's 2nd congressional district, serving since 1999. She is a member of the Democratic Party./5
Bernie Sanders Tammy Baldwin Elizabeth Warren Sherrod Brown Mazie Hirono Dennis Kucinich Lynn Woolsey Diane Watson Neil Abercrombie Xavier Becerra Corrine Brown Sheila Jackson Al Franken Patty Murray Jeff Merkley Scott Brown Todd Aiken Social Security Michael Capuano
Robert, Not that long ago, Republicans, the corporate media, and centrist Democrats were locked together in an unholy alliance that was pushing the Wall Street agenda on the entire country. It seemed like we only heard one thing from Washington: that we needed to reduce the deficit, and that hardworking Americans would have to pay the price. My how things have changed. Now the United States Senate is talking about the need for real banking reform and the need to expand Social Security. And it didn't happen by accident -- progressives made it happen. We elected Elizabeth Warren, Tammy Baldwin, and Chris Murphy to the United States Senate. And we reelected Bernie Sanders and Sherrod Brown. Now it's time to start building our next electoral victories. Today, we are uniting to support three terrific candidates up in 2014: Alison Lundergan Grimes, Al Franken, and Jeff Merkley. Our goal is to raise 1,000 grassroots contributions before their campaigns' reporting deadlines, and we're already 80% of the way the ...
__Who is on the Budget Negotiation Conference Committee? Paul Ryan, WI, Tom Cole, OK, Tom Price, GA and Diane Black TN, (both teaparty) and Democrats James Clyburn of South Carolina, Chris Van Hollen of Maryland and Nita Lowey of New York. Democrats are Sen. Patty Murray, WA, Ron Wyden of Oregon, Bill Nelson of Florida, Debbie Stabenow of Michigan, Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island, Mark Warner of Virginia, Jeff Merkley of Oregon, Chris *** of Delaware, Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin, Tim Kaine of Virginia, Angus King of Maine and Bernie Sanders, Independent of Vermont who caucuses with the Democrats. Senate Republicans include Jeff Sessions of Alabama, Charles Grassley of Iowa, Mike Enzi of Wyoming, Mike Crapo of Idaho, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, Rob Portman of Ohio, Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania, Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire and Roger Wicker of Mississippi. Some are also on the Congressional tax-writing committees. Conferees who are on Senate Finance are Wyden, Nelson, Stab . ...
This is a list of the Senators and House who will be responsible for the passage of the SAFE ACT S.541/HR1094 TO PREVENT HORSE SLAUGHTER from resuming in the U.S. Number to CAPITOL (202)2243121 to Let them know how you feel. PLEASE CALL your representative ASAP! PLEASE SUPPORT the horses! This simply is no time to wait! Please Call! For my friends in PA Call : Sen. Casey, Rep. Thompson Ask them to support the SAFE ACT which is H.R.1094 in the House and S.541 in the Senate. To make it easier to call, here is a list of the Senators on the Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee that must approve S.541 Call Capitol # and ask for the congressperson at (202) 224-3121 Tom Harkin, D, Chairman Lamar Alexander, R, Ranking Member Bob Casey, D ( PA ) Kay Hagan, D Bernie Sanders, I Tammy Baldwin, D Michael Bennet, D Richard Burr, R Michael Enzi, R Al Franken, D Orrin Hatch, R Johnny Isakson, R Mark Kirk, R Barbara Mikulski, D Lisa Murkowski, R Christopher Murphy, D Patty Murray, D Rand Paul, R Pat Rober ...
Yesterday someone asked me if Blue America is cracking the whip on the candidates we raised money for during the election cycle to make them oppose cuts to Medicare and Social Security. Cracking the whip? On who? Bernie Sanders? Tammy Baldwin? Elizabeth Warren? Alan Grayson? We didn't back candidates who need whips cracked to get them to fight to protect working families. We backed candidates who were running so they could protect working families. Let me start with our old friend, Matt Cartwright, who ran against corrupt corporate shill and Blue Dog Tim Holden and whipped his *** in the primary. Matt is now the Congressman-elect from PA-17. Matt is the quintessential example of why Blue America doesn't have to remind any of the candidates we backed to stand up for working families. This is why we backed him when others hung back and when Steny Hoyer was hysterical about "party loyalty." 2014 is a long way off, right? Not really-- and not far enough away for Blue America to start figuring out who we'll b ...
She is as far left as Tammy Baldwin,Bernie Sanders,Sherrod Brown,&Boxer! She wants to shut down mines in east Ky
Pagan Liberal via CounterPunch (official) The Tea Party is now clearly a distinctly minority faction. It’s prospects for obtaining future majority rule are small. The most radical (Todd Aiken) and shallow (Scott Brown) Senators lost. Reformers like Elizabeth Warren and Tammy Baldwin won. We now have powerful voices for progressive reform that can join figures like Bernie Sanders in pursuit of curbing the “finance gone wild” that has put our economy in the doldrums for the past four years. To be clear, these same Senators will have to also take on their own President to achieve these reforms.
My favorite election winners: Obama (Yes we can overcome voter suppression and bully billionaires), Bernie Sanders (I-VT), everybody's favourite communist; Elizabeth Warren, who took back Ted Kennedy's Senate seat in Massachusetts; Joe Kennedy III, who won Barney Frank's Congressional seat in Massachusetts; Tammy Baldwin (D-wI), the first openly *** US senator ever elected; Jon Tester (D-Montana), the Indiana and Missouri Senate races (where the two 'rape' Republicans went down to defeat), Maine and Maryland for approving *** marriage, and probably Washington State too; Colorado and Washington for moving toward legalization of marijuana; California for modifying (at least slightly) its 'three strikes' life imprisonment law and Michigan for opening the door to. a second Windsor-Detroit bridge.
A Senate with Tammy Baldwin and Elizabeth Warren joining reelected Sherrod Brown and Bernie Sanders is a better place.
For America to be on a different path in 2016 from that of 2012, progressive movements will have to “occupy” all the levers of power—in Washington, in the states and in the streets. Most immediately, that means strengthening the progressive coalition in Congress that includes Senators Sherrod Brown and Bernie Sanders, who are up for re-election, and adding crusaders like Tammy Baldwin and Elizabeth Warren to the mix. The Nation Magazine: The Editors | October 3, 2012
Please Vote for: Mazi Hirono, Tulsi Gabbard, and OBAMA. If you are in their jurisdictions also include Bernie Sanders, Sherrod Brown, Maria Cantwel, Tammy Baldwin, and that great chick from Missouri, running against that *** Todd Akin ~ If you can, vote against Rep. Broun from Georgia, one of the most retarded Congressional people. nbs
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