When I was a teenager, I worked at a local restaurant after school and on weekends. One of the managers there was a disgusting pervert. He would leer at the female employees, say very offensive things, and touch us inappropriately without consent. We all began to hate going to work and
As we all know, the Special General Election is on December 12, 2017. Absentee balloting is now open for that election. If you meet the criteria to cast an absentee ballot, you may either request a ballot by mail OR go to the Madison County Courthouse and cast your ballot at the
On women in leadership, author Marie C. Wilson famously said, “You can’t be what you can’t see.” By training Democratic women to run for office, Emerge Alabama is leading the movement to break down stereotypes surrounding leadership, and amplify the voices of diverse,
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy was enacted by President Obama in June of 2012. The individuals who enrolled in this program are referred to as Dreamers (after the Dream Act Bill). They dreamt of a better life and they found it here. The Trump administration has
The Madison County Democratic Women have been so encouraged by the level of political interest and activity in our area. Our membership has quintupled over the past year and we know that other Democratic and progressive organizations around the state are seeing similar gains. Alabamians
“After the election, if you determine that a voter participated in a political party’s primary election, and voted in a different party’s primary runoff election, please submit all evidence and details to the Secretary of State’s Office for prosecution.” (emphasis added)
We here at Madison County Democratic Women are very excited to have so many great Democrats running in the upcoming special election! Our members sent in some questions they wanted to hear the candidates answer. We chose three questions and sent them to all seven Democratic candidates.
Voting is a right, a privilege and a duty in a democratic society. It has never been more important to vote. There are reports of active voters who have been removed from the voter records in Alabama. This information is coming out just days before a special election, and after the
It’s primary season in the Special Senate Election. It is important to understand the role of the party, MCDW, and voters during a primary. A primary election is when a political party selects their nominee for a particular office. As we speak, Democrats across the State of Alabama are
Yesterday, Democrats Jon Ossoff (GA) and Archie Parnell (SC) lost their bids for seats in the U.S. House of Representatives. Not familiar with these races? Here’s the quick and dirty version: Donald Trump named South Carolina’s Mick Mulvaney the Director of the Office of Management and Budget.