Both of these free “Get Out The Vote” concert rallies are sure to be a blast but today’s survey question is, “Can Bernie fill L.A.’s Coliseum and San Francisco’s Crissy Field and Not Win the California Primary?”
Sharon Kyle: Progressives who really want to see a populist movement–for real–need to be intentional about how they shape the future of this movement–if they want real change.
Every four years political parties develop a “party platform” a formal set of principal goals the party supports which is used to appeal to the general public. The discreet components of the platform are known as “planks”. The planks can be used to appeal to specific constituencies while the overall platform is ultimately put forward to garner public support.
Trump-Sanders Debate — Even the mere possibility of a Trump-Sanders debate has electrified the Internet.
n the June 7, 2016 California Primary Election, the LA Progressive endorses Bernie Sanders as the Democratic Nominee for President of the United States. Because we’re a small outfit and don’t have the resources to devote to the entire down ticket, we’ve provided you with the endorsements made by the Los Angeles County Democratic Party […]
Tell us—if Hillary Clinton becomes the Democratic Party’s nominee, what you believe are the top 5 reasons she got it.
Sharon Kyle: According to In These Times, the newly uncovered documents reveal that the Democratic Party’s goal was to prevent “outsider” candidates from getting the nomination, and to reduce the role of primary voters.
Judging the Judges June 2016 f you are a registered voter in the County of Los Angeles, you have likely received your Official Sample Ballot for the upcoming June 7, 2016 Primary Election. If you haven’t received it you should contact the Los Angeles County Registrar or go to lavote.net. Along with those running for […]
Sharon Kyle: Using the authority to seize property from individuals who won’t get their property back without first going through legal procedures where they bear the burden of proof, some cities are able to substantially supplement their revenue streams.
The truth is, more than likely, when the presidential candidates get to Philadelphia, neither Hillary nor Bernie will have the required number of “pledged delegates.”
Let’s begin by talking a little bit about what a superdelegate is. Superdelegates are memberes of the Democratic Party who also fall into at least one of the following four categories.
Sharon Kyle: In 2016, even with a Black man in the White House, the United States is no closer to ridding itself of the racial caste system that built it than it was 150 years ago. The progressive community needs to show up, too. Feeling the Bern: What Blacks Need from Progressives
Sharon Kyle: Here’s the rub. California, arguably the most politically progressive of the states, doesn’t have a good track record for supporting Black candidates. In its 165-year history, California has sent 548 people to Congress. Only five have been Black men.