District 15 State Representative Forum Series
Democratic Primary Candidates Forum
Wednesday August 15th, 2012
6:30pm, Worcester Public Library
Democratic Primary Candidates: Frank Beshai, Dianna Biancheria, Mary Keefe, Ralph Perez, and Kate Toomey
The Initiative for Engaged Citizenship is proud to bring you the Worcester GOTV Initiative D15 Democratic Primary Forum. Come to this great event where you will meet the candidates and hear their views on critical issues impacting our communities.
District 15 includes parts of the Main ...Continue Reading →
With voting rights under attack, the Massachusetts Election Reform Bill is a way we can strike back to make sure everyone can vote and every vote is counted right in 2012 and beyond. The Election Laws Reform bill of 2012 (H.4139 full text pdf) passed the State House with overwhelming support at the end of May. For this bill to become law, it must pass the State Senate too. The Election Laws Reform ...Continue Reading →
It’s time for the Massachusetts legislature to send a message to Congress. Citizens United cannot stand. Free Speech is for people, not for corporations. Pass S772 a state resolution calling for a US constitutional amendment to restore the First Amendment and fair elections to the people. Sign the petition today.Continue Reading →
We’re part of the 99%… and the 99% are getting a raw deal.
Our nation’s government should be focused on serving all of us — not just the 1%.
Want Corporations out of Politics?
The Supreme Court has ruled that corporations have the same free speech rights as people – and that corporations can spend unlimited amounts to elect politicians. This year, the banking and finance industry alone has spent so far $237,633,878 ...Continue Reading →
Did you hear? This August, Mitt Romney’s campaign for President and its affiliated political action committees have listed three different $1 million contributions from shadowy front companies. Two companies in Utah and one in Massachusetts appear to have been set up to do one thing — funnel million-dollar contributions money to the Romney campaign. This is not the change we need. No candidate for president should take corporate ...Continue Reading →