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Betsy DeVos

Betsy DeVos is the worst Secretary of Education that this country has ever seen. And it’s not even close. Here’s the latest reason why: At the end of July, it was reported she’s moving to make it easier for shady for-profit colleges to get away with cheating people. She’ll let for-profit schools suck down taxpayer … Continued

This fight is about all of us

I’m Ana, the Deputy Political Director for Elizabeth Warren’s 2018 re-election campaign – and a proud longtime resident of Lawrence, Massachusetts! 19 years ago, my family immigrated from the Dominican Republic. After earning the opportunity to attend and graduate from Denison University through the POSSE scholarship, one of my first jobs was as Elizabeth’s Press … Continued

Are you registered to vote in the primary?

Are you registered to vote in the September 4th Massachusetts primary? Are you really, really sure about that? Next Wednesday, August 15th is the deadline to register to vote in the 2018 Massachusetts primaries for governor, House, and Elizabeth Warren’s re-election campaign to the Senate. Plus, if you register to vote now, you’ll be registered … Continued

ANOTHER tax giveaway for billionaires

This is outrageous. The billionaires, big banks, and powerful corporations got a $1.5 trillion tax break last year, thanks to the GOP Tax Scam. Now the Trump administration is planning ANOTHER $100 BILLION tax giveaway – without the approval of Congress – and most of the benefits are going to billionaires and huge corporations. Add … Continued

Take a stand against 3D-printable guns

Our country’s gun laws are already full of gigantic loopholes. And the Trump administration wants to punch in a brand-new one. They recently settled a legal case that would allow a private website to publish downloadable blueprints for 3D-printable guns. Here’s what that could mean: Without going through a background check, and without getting a … Continued

With a big bow on top

You know who I never meet when I’m on the campaign trail? People who think that Washington should be doing MORE to help huge corporations. Washington already works like a dream for the wealthy and the well-connected. Our courts have been no exception, delivering blow after blow to working Americans while making sure that the … Continued

An update on Puerto Rico

It’s been 10 months – nearly one year – since Hurricanes Irma and Maria devastated Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The federal response has been appalling. Many Puerto Ricans still lack reliable electricity, clean water, or medical care. Many people are still living in homes with tarps as roofs. For months, I’ve heard … Continued

The big 3-0

Yesterday, we hit a big milestone: our 30th town hall since the 2016 election! It was a great afternoon – we think most of Great Barrington joined us inside and outside Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center! For the past year and a half, Elizabeth has been out on the road, crisscrossing Massachusetts and meeting as many … Continued