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Joe Biden: American Promise Tour

Joe Biden: American Promise Tour

Joe Biden has always believed that when given a chance, ordinary people can do extraordinary things. As a scrappy kid from Scranton who rose to the Office of Vice President, he is no exception. During his 45 years of public service, one of Biden’s greatest strengths has been his ability to bring people together, even in crisis, even across difficult divides, all the while, respecting everybody at the table. This fall, Vice President Biden will travel the nation for his American Promise Tour, a series of conversations that will go beyond the 24-hour news cycle and 140-character arguments to connect friends and neighbors around the topics that matter most. Biden will reveal the big political moments of his career, the life-altering choices he made, and the key traits that have…
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Adopt-A-Highway

Adopt-A-Highway

Come help us clean up the street between Big Lots and Walgreens. All are welcome!! Vests and cleaning supplies will be provided. We will meet in the Big Lots parking lot at 2 PM.
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Gov. Bevin in Owensboro for Pension Q&A

Gov. Bevin in Owensboro for Pension Q&A

Bevin will be in Owensboro tomorrow at the Chamber of Commerce building for a discussion at 11:30 am about his Pension Proposals. It's open to the public and there will be a Q&A. Article explaining Bevin's Pension Proposal, with links and resources. Governor Bevin's 505 page Pension Proposal: Bevin-Pension-Bill-102717
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Sounding Off for Democracy: Bevin’s Pension Plan

Communications, General, Issues, Pensions, Political Corruption, Social Justice
Making Gov. Bevin Hear us: We will Not Go Down Without A Fight from Steve Champion We are not being beaten politically with better thinking. We are not occupied by a corrupt party with better policies. Our Democratic Ideals are not being shredded with more profound political science. They have only one thing. And they are using it masterfully to unravel our children's futures. UNITY. Whatever the cost, however distasteful, they have convinced nearly all 'conservatives' that they must stand together in lock-step in order to win. And they are doing both. Whatever the costs. However repugnant many of our good neighbors might find it to be. Though most of them are not racists, they'll stand with the racists for the sake of unity. Though most of them are not…
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Gov. Bevin holding Q&A on his Pension Proposal at Owensboro Convention Center

Issues, Pensions, Political Corruption
Gov. Bevin will be at the Owensboro Chamber of Commerce Building Convention Center at 11:30 AM for a Q&A on his Pension Proposal! Member of Indivisible-Owensboro plan to meet by 11:00 AM on the side walk with POT & PANS and signs, as well as phones ready to broadcast the whole even via Facebook LIVE. All this in order to make sure Governor Bevin, and those he is meeting with, will hear us and know that there is a mighty resistance to being stripped of our Pension System. At the very least, they will know that it's not going to be as easy as they thought. more info to come...
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Daviess County ‘Friends on the Left’ Social

Daviess County ‘Friends on the Left’ Social

Free Social at the West Picnic Shelter (by the playgrounds). Come out and meet like-minded people, get some good food, and have some fun! Meet members of local community groups and share stories with friends, hopefully make some new ones! All are welcome! Games, best dish contest, and prizes!!
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Indivisible-Owensboro: Meet And Greet

Indivisible-Owensboro: Meet And Greet

Cash bar with appetizers provided. Come and bring friends and family who might not yet be members. This will be an opportunity to meet others in Indivisible, informally learn about activities going on, find out how you can be more involved and enjoy a little time with other progressive minded friends.
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Rob Wiederstein files Letter of Intent for KY House District 11

Candidate Recruitment, General, Issues
Rob Wiederstein Hopes to Restore Civility to Political Disagreement [caption id="" align="alignright" width="300"] Rob Wiederstein: former Prosecuter, retired District Judge, and computer programmer.[/caption] Democrat Rob Wiederstein, former Prosecutor and retired District Judge, has official submitted a "Letter of Intent" to run for the office of Representative for Kentucky's State House District 11. This will allow him to begin raising and spending funds in order to "explore a run" for office prior to the official filing date of November 8th. As to his motivation for entering the race, Wiederstein says, "I’m exploring a run because of the loss of civility in modern politics. In the more sensationalist news sources like 24 hour cable news, they are normalizing confrontation, extremism, violence, divisiveness and rudeness in favor of ratings." Wiederstein is opposed to this mentality…
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Pension Reform Discussion

Pension Reform Discussion

We are having a forum to discuss the changes in the state pension system. The speakers will be: ~State Senator Morgan McGarvey ~State Representative Dean Schamore, H-14 (D) ~A Kentucky Center for Economic Policy representative from Berea, Kentucky Venue: Room 106 of the Advanced Technology Center at OCTC The public are invited and urged to attend this forum.
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