Do you want to live in a state where the working poor have health insurance? Tomorrow, the North Carolina General Assembly will be voting on Senate Bill 4, which would prevent the state of North Carolina from accepting federal money to expand Medicaid. As a part of “Obamacare,” the federal government is offering states $9… Continue reading North Carolina will vote to opt out of “Obamacare” tomorrow — let Governor McCrory know you’re opposed
Many Duke students and community members believe in the principles and policies of the Democratic party, and have already voted for President Obama or are eagerly anticipating doing so. I imagine there are some among you though who intend to vote, but who have not yet decided who you will vote for in the nonpartisan races.… Continue reading The one CRITICAL thing you need to do before going to the polls
In today’s Duke Chronicle, you’ll find a joint statement from Duke College Republicans, Duke Democrats and Blue Devils United against Amendment One. On a more personal note, I would like to thank the newly elected Duke College Republicans chair, Taylor Imperiale for his leadership and thoughtfulness on this issue. I am proud to know that… Continue reading Duke College Republicans, Duke Democrats and Blue Devils United release joint statement against Amendment One!
On Thursday, April 12, Congressman Brad Miller spoke to Duke Democrats about the past four years of financial regulation.
AUTHOR: Jordan DeLoatch This year’s DSG presidential election is unique. After having met with all three candidates, the Duke Democrats is confident that all three will passionately and effectively represent the Duke student body. For president, in lieu of endorsing one particular candidate, Duke Democrats would like to share our perspectives on the three candidates… Continue reading Duke Democrats Comments on the 2012 Duke Student Government Presidential Elections
Since February, Duke Democrats, Duke ACLU, Duke OutLaw and other great student groups have been calling Duke first-years to talk to them about amendment one, and ask if they commit to vote. So far, just over 30% of the first year class has been surveyed. Calls have been placed to students in alphabetical order, so… Continue reading Breaking: On Campus Survey about Amendment One