Action Alerts

Leahy, Sanders discuss loss of Senate

November 5, 2014

Burlington Free Press By Dan D’Ambrosio Late Tuesday night it looked certain Republicans would gain control of the U.S. Senate, with USA Today reporting the party had won at least five of the six seats it needed for a majority. Republicans won Democratic-held seats in Arkansas, Colorado, Montana, South Dakota and West Virginia as of […]

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Sanders, Shumlin Mobilize Vermonters to Vote

October 27, 2014

WPTZ- BRISTOL, Vt. —Political candidates fielded questions at Holley Hall in Bristol Saturday and encouraged Vermonters to head to the polls on Election Day. “There are a lot of people sitting at home,” said Ellen Oxford of Middlebury, Vermont. “I’ve been talking to people at home for a couple of weeks. ‘I don’t want to […]

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Sanders to Visit Iowa this October

September 30, 2014

Senator Bernie Sanders will be visiting Iowa the weekend of October 5th-6th for a series of speaking engagements. Join Bernie for a town hall meeting on the economy sponsored by Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement Action Fund.Adler Health Education Center1236 E Rusholme St.Davenport, Iowa 52803 Click here to RSVP » Bernie willl be the headline […]

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Protect Net Neutrality

June 23, 2014

Dear Friend, At a time of increased corporate control over the media and the flow of information, it is absolutely imperative that the Internet remain on a level playing field, open to all. Whether you are a major news corporation or a one-person blogging operation, whether you are Walmart or a family-owned small business, there […]

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Congress must act

February 18, 2014

Increasing wealth and income inequality in the United States has become the great moral and economic issue of our time. There are ways to solve this problem, and it begins by acknowledging that $7.25 an hour is a starvation wage.

Join Bernie and Democracy for America in calling on Congress to increase the federal minimum wage to $10.10 an hour.

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