“We have no indications that a foreign actor has succeeded in compromising or affecting the actual votes.”
I felt, and feel, a loving obligation to this place that transcends what I feel about Denver.
Passerby sported masks emblazoned with images of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s face, or simply the word “Vote!”
“White Protestant Evangelicals today are as Republican as Jews are Democratic.”
Hosted by Young Jewish Americans for Joe Biden, the rally followed the tried and true philosophy of throwing it all out there and seeing what sticks.
She’s never missed an election, and she’s not about to start now.
If state laws comply, take a cue and fulfill your civic duty!
Those “13-year-old girls” who have been listening to Taylor’s music are now in their early twenties — and we’re eligible to vote.
The more things change, the more they stay the same?
Oprah gave a pitch-perfect commencement speech at my school’s graduation, a mix of motivation (“Be the truth. Be. The. Truth.”) and motivation shtick (“Invest in a quality mattress. And don’t cheap out on your shoes.”). The exhortation that won the biggest rise from the thousand USC Annenberg students: “Vote. Vote. Vote.” Their cheers almost made me forget that most of them probably won’t.