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California Activists Target Seven Congressmen Who Sought to “Disfranchise Communities of Color”

Activists called for severe consequences for the group whom they called “the seditious seven” from California: Rep. Devin Nunes (Central Valley), Rep. Jay Obernolte (Central Valley), Rep. Ken Calvert (Inland Empire), Rep. Darrell Issa (San Diego), Rep. Mike Garcia (Los Angeles), Rep. Doug LaMalfa (Far North California) and Rep. Kevin McCarthy: (Central Valley).

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Organizations push for remote floor and committee debate, not just voting

Signatories to the letter include the conservative R Street Institute and Norman Ornstein of the American Enterprise Institute, alongside former Democratic Rep. Brain Baird and the liberal-leaning Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington. Government transparency advocates at Demand Progress, GovTrack and Marci Harris of PopVox joined the progressive Courage California to sign onto the … Continued

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The Fight Inside the Democratic Party Is Playing Out in a Slew of House Primaries in Texas and California on Super Tuesday

In California’s 16th District, Rep. Jim Costa, one of the most conservative Democrats in the House and a leader of the Blue Dog Coalition, is facing the first serious primary challenge in his eight-term career in Congress. Fresno City Council Member Esmeralda Soria, a daughter of Mexican immigrant farmworkers, is challenging Costa from the left. Her … Continued

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The Golden State’s A+ gun laws + Courage California snubs Sylvia Rubio + Who’s electable?

Still figuring out who to vote for? Courage California has some suggestions for you. The progressive group this morning released its statewide voter guide, offering recommendations for federal-, state-, county- and city-level races across California. “California needs a straightforward, reliable resource to learn how to vote their values and bring progress to our communities. The 2020 Courage California … Continued