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This summer the Gulf region and the Carribbean were pummeled by a record-breaking series of hurricanes knocking out infrastructure and devastating the lives of thousands. Wildfires have ripped through the western United States, incinerating homes...

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On November 7, the Ginger Jentzen campaign won a historic vote in the race for Minneapolis City Council, Ward 3. The initial six-point lead on election night was fitting for our powerful campaign which had...

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Should working class people vote in favor of holding a state constitutional convention? On November 7, voters across New York state will have a chance to say “yes” or “no” on whether to hold a...

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A mitad de septiembre Bernie Sanders lanzó su largamente prometido plan Medicare for All (Medicare para Todos), primero lo hizo en el Senado y esta propuesta es un paso adelante histórico en la lucha por...

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Boston is the most unequal city in the country in terms of income inequality. Real estate developers are raking in super profits while thousands of people are being gentrified out of their neighborhoods and cannot...

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  El régimen de Trump es impredecible y profundamente reaccionario. En pocos meses ha amenazado con una guerra desastrosa mientras ataca a los inmigrantes, a la comunidad LGTBQ, el medioambiente, los derechos de las mujeres...

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The attacks have begun. The Minneapolis StarTribune reported today that downtown developers and business donors plan to spend big through at least three corporate political action committees (PACs), including a Republican-aligned PAC, to influence the...

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More than three weeks after back-to-back hurricanes Irma and Maria tore through the Caribbean Islands, leaving a trail of devastation and human suffering, Puerto Rico is still in a state of emergency. As we go...

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In Minneapolis, and around the country, working people need political representatives who are not for sale to big business. Raising over $100,000 with a median donation of just $20, Ginger’s campaign, like Bernie Sanders’, shows...

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Minneapolis is facing a growing housing crisis. Every day, more working people and people of color are displaced by skyrocketing rents. Big developers are building condos all over Ward 3, where Ginger Jentzen is running...

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