When: Thursday June 7th 6:00-8:00pm Where: Hendersonville Public Library, Main Meeting Room ALL SUPPORTERS WELCOME Training provided by TNDP staff. Topics covered: voter registration, voter ID law, voter protection, 2012 election campaigns Contact: email@example.com SEE YOU THERE! RSVP on Facebook here.
We have several exciting events coming up! Below is a quick overview! Saturday May 19 from 10am-2pm: Strawberry Festival in Portland Thursday May 31 at 6pm: Meet and Greet with U.S. Senate candidate Park Overall at the Pizza Machine on the square in Gallatin Thursday June 21 at 6:30pm: SCDP Monthly Meeting Saturday June 23 […]
From the Tennessean, a White House student offers better ideas than Gov. Haslam and the legislature: As a high school student, I offer a different insight on public schools than many Tennessee government officials. Colleges and universities constantly boast their “low student-to-faculty ratios,” because parents equate that with more one-on-one time for their students. With […]
Celebrate your voting rights with the Sumner County Democratic Party. Join us for food, fellowship, and learn about how you can help increase voter turn-out for this year’s elections. Special Guest Speaker Mary Mancini from Tennessee Citizen Action will inform us about the GOP Voter Disenfranchisement law that makes it harder for the elderly, students, […]
FROM: http://readersupportednews.org/opinion2/299-190/9867-do-politicians-know-anything-about-schools-and-education-anything By Diane Ravitch, Nieman Watchdog 08 February 12 Diane Ravitch poses a dozen piercing questions on education and school policy. Some of them turn conventional thinking on its ear, and each could be a starting point for reporting on elections, from the presidency on down to local school boards. 1. […]
Letter to the Editor Published in The Tennessean 1-31-12 Let’s get some things straight about Roe vs. Wade. First, do opponents really think we do not have a right to privacy? Is a person’s health care everyone’s business? Secondly, I have been in the health-care field for 30 years, and I know of no one […]
Not much needs to be said about this video, since Rep. Debra Maggart (R-Hendersonville) lays it out on the table for us: since “all these people” get public housing and buy beer and cigarettes, they have to have a photo ID already. httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZjWjkc8lZ0