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Immigration Not a Deciding Issue in 2007 Elections-- but Economic Concerns Do Loom Large

In 2006, many analysts raised fears that anti-immigrant fervor would doom progressive candidates. Instead, progressives won big in those elections. Immigration was a non-issue for many voters and fueled a backlash last year AGAINST conservative candidates by many Latino voterswho had supported President Bush in 2000.

Immigration Strategy Doc

Election Night 2007: Progressive Gains but a Mixed Night on Ballot Initiatives Around the Country

Election Night 2007: Progressive Gains but a Mixed Night on Ballot Initiatives Around the Country

Thursday, November 8th, 2007

Election Night 2007: Progressive Gains but a Mixed Night on Ballot Initiatives Around the Country

Election Night 2007: Progressive Gains but a Mixed Night on Ballot Initiatives Around the Country

Thursday, November 8th, 2007

Universal and Affordable Broadband in the States

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Monday, February 26, 2007

Conference Call: Universal and Afforda

States Taking Action Against Iraq Escalation

So the New York Times is covering the story that resolutions denouncing Bush's Iraq Escalation have been introduced in over twenty states and have begun being passed this last week:
Frustrated by the inability of Democrats in Cong ress to pass a resolution opposing President Bush's policies in Iraq, state legislators across the country, led by Democrats and under pressure from liberal advocacy groups, are pushing forward with th

Iraq Resolution Press Summary

Iraq Press Summary

 

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Democrats in Ore. Legislature tout anti-Iraq war resolution

By BRAD CAIN The Associated Press January 31, 2007 SALEM, Ore. (AP) ”” Democrats in the Oregon House and Senate say they will push for a vote on a resolution opposing President Bush's escalation of the war in Iraq and urging the "prompt, safe return" of all U.S. troops. Dubbed the "Oregon Homeward Bound Act of 2007," the nonbinding resolution urges Congress to resist Bush's troop buildup in Iraq and instead to bring home all U.S.

National Popular Vote Moves Forward

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Thursday, January 18, 2007

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