Marcy Winograd: As a public high school teacher and congressional candidate (CA-36), I will use my campaign phone bank to support the California Teachers Association “State of Emergency” week of action, May 9-13, at the State Capitol and across the state.
Join Ed Asner and PDA at a Fundraiser to get Marcy Winograd Elected to Congress
Marcy Winograd announced she is kicking off a campaign to fill Jane Harman’s vacated 36th CD seat. The kick off starts Saturday, Feb. 26, 10 am in front of Fox Drug of Torrance (Old Town), 1327 El Prado, Torrance, 90501. Last June, Marcy Winograd, a teacher at Crenshaw High School, ran against the incumbent Jane Harman and received 41% of the vote.
Marcy Winograd: When I heard the news that Jane Harman was resigning, I thought, ‘Now we finally have an opportunity to send a progressive to Congress, someone who will work to create jobs in the new economy, to free the 36th District from its perpetual war footing.’
Marcy Winograd: my JOBS, NOT WARS campaign against Jane Harman in today’ Democratic Party primary centers around connecting the dots between the trillions we spend on war and the money denied for sustainable job creation, affordable housing, strong public education, and quality health care for all.
Marcy Winograd: 50,000 doors knocked and calls made, over 800 volunteers, $426,000 raised without a dime of corporate money — that’s the Winograd for Congress campaign.
On May 30, we’re throwing a party as part of our Get Out The Vote efforts—and you’re the guests of honor!Come to our free concert and hear Vonda Shepard,Chris Shiflett (of the Foo Fighters), Matt Keating, Lili Haydn, Wendy Starland,Tom Freund—and of course our own Marcy Winograd, plus other very special guests. Tickets are free. All we ask is that you:
With less than 3 weeks to go in the primary election, a new poll shows the Winograd/Harman race is competitive and may be reflecting an anti-incumbency wave. The IVR Poll of nearly 1,000 Likely Voters Indicates Winograd is within four points of the embattled incumbent. The poll of likely primary voters shows Congressional Candidate Marcy Winograd (CA-36) may well defeat opponent Jane Harman in the June 8th Democratic Party primary.
When spiders unite, they can tie down a lion is an old Ethiopian proverb that is a metaphor for what we, the people, can do when we stand united and work for what is in our best interest. Friends, we are calling you out – if you have ever held a dream for peace. Please give every spare minute you have, helping us guarantee a Winograd victory. This is our chance to change history. If we unify. If we work HARD. If we all do this as if it really, really matters. Which it does.
Meet Progressive Candidate Marcy Winograd who has set the CA36 Democratic Primary Race on its ear! Marcy will present her Green New Deal. Hosted by Dean & Ruth Goodman, Todd Darling & Nina Merson. Joining the discussion: –>Todd Darling, Director, “A Snowmobile for George” –>Stephen Fiske, Founder and Producer of Venice Eco Fest –>The Reverend […]
Caitlin Frazier: To many attending the California Democratic Party convention in Los Angeles last weekend, the vote to approve or object to the endorsement of Rep. Jane Harman (CA/36), was too close to call – certainly not reflective of a frenzied convention tabulation Party Chair John Burton delivered with the qualifier, “No one was bribed.”
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Marcy Winograd: With more conclusive research will come louder and more urgent demands for environmental clean up at Super Fund sites near Torrance, stricter regulation and federal oversight of oil company pollution in Wilmington, and the political will to ensure our port reduces its diesel exhaust from idling trucks in San Pedro.