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PATH Leaders Commit to 900 Hours of GOTV in 2018, Wins Commitments on After-School Access


PATH leaders launch 2018 GOTV effort committing to mobilize 5 precincts

On Tuesday, September 26 at the Oakland Mills Interfaith Center, PATH held an action with more than 170 leaders to launch our 2018 Get Out The Vote effort. Leaders committed to over 900 hours of GOTV in 2018 in five precincts connected to PATH institutions! PATH also secured commitments from the Superintendent and Vice Chair of the Board of Education to champion after school access for low income families in Howard County and to create healthier breakfast options for students.

Greater Boston Interfaith Organization (GBIO) - Calls for Leaders to Act on Criminal Justice, Housing and Healthcare

Over 900 people filled the main sanctuary pews and two overflow rooms at Bethel AME Church in Jamaica Plains to call on elected officials to work with Greater Boston Interfaith Organization and the community to address equality and justice during these times of uncertainty.

Reclaiming Politics: Solving Problems Washington Won't (by Michael Gecan)

Isn’t the whole national political scene just so depressing?  Our politicians have lost the capacity to govern. Congress resembles a UN meeting—more showplace than workplace, where assemblies and debates are ritualized reenactments and individual showmen and sound bites are more important than the larger political process. Members of Congress are unable to devote the focused attention and consistent effort that long-term social and economic challenges require.

Barack and Mitt, as I knew them (By Arnie Graf)

In one of the more famous put-downs in modern political history, during a 1988 debate, vice-presidential candidate Lloyd Bentsen told Dan Quayle, who had just compared himself to JFK, “Senator, you are no Jack Kennedy.”  That is how I feel about the two candidates for President. I don’t mean that they aren’t the equals of JFK — only that they are not the equals of their own former selves.

In debate, mayoral candidates vow to double youth jobs

Candidates vying to be Baltimore's next mayor promised Thursday evening to double funding for after school programs, create 1,000 summer jobs for youth and renovate or rebuild all of the city's schools.

Ohio IAF Runs Ohio's biggest volunteer-based GOTV drive in 2008.

In the 2008 Presidential Election, Ohio IAF projects in ColumbusDayton, and Lorain ran the largest volunteer-based non-partisan get-out-the-vote campaign in Ohio.  Independent analysis found that unlikely voters contacted by our over 1400 local volunteers were 80% more likely to vote than those not contacted -- a tremendous result that has made our face-to-face civic participation work a national model.

Candidates pledge to bring jobs to Lorain County

ELYRIA — Area politicians are continuing their campaign pushes before Tuesday’s election as they came out for the Reclaim Lorain County event at St. Marys Church, in Elyria, last night.

Democrats Lee Fisher, running for U.S. senate; Betty Sutton, running for 13th Congressional district; Sue Morano, candidate for 13th state senate district; Matt Lundy, Ohio house candidate; Dan Ramos, candidate for the 56th Ohio House District and sole Republican, Rae Lynn Brady, facing off with Lundy for the 57th District, attended the forum.

Interfaith coalition to rally for human services levy

DAYTON — Lift Greater Dayton, a new regional advocacy coalition of 30 community organizations, will be launched in the Miami Valley on Sunday, Oct. 10.

Participants are primarily faith-based groups including churches, synagogues, and mosques; schools, unions and business associations are also involved. At Sunday’s kickoff event, slated for 3 p.m. at Temple Israel on Riverside Drive, hundreds are expected to rally for Issue 9, the Human Services Levy...

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