Progressive Democrat Newsletter Issue 238
by mole333, Sun Dec 13, 2009 at 09:59:33 AM EST
Trying to get back to regular newsletters, but it may not be quite weekly.
I am continuing to introduce a some more local pages focusing on particular counties or congressional districts in Texas, California and New York. These are focused on some swing districts that I think are worth concentrating on where I think I have readers. So keep an eye open for some new info on some local districts in these three states. My intention is to compile some info which I won't necessarily update regularly, but will still be a good resource for people in those areas. This week I add Suffolk County and the 19th Congressional District in New York. My motivation is that these are districts with Democrats who are very progressive for the districts they represent (thanks to this website for info: www.progressivepunch.org) and who are potential targets for Republican challengers, so I want to help them out. I also started coverage of Lancaster County, PA where the Pitts of Stupal-Pitts is the Congressional Rep. Last newsletter I covered the TX-10 and TX-21 districts where healthcare reform is desperately needed but obstructionist Republicans are preventing it.
Also continuing focus on healthcare, zero carbon gift items, etc.
Right now Texas, California and New York State are where I have the most readers, so you will so more local focus on those states.
Here is this week's newsletter:
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Carbon Neutral Products...this is from a few weeks back but is good to keep in mind as the holidays approach.
And I will keep emphasizing this until Healthcare Reform is passed: An Updated Look at Healthcare Statistics
Tags: alternative energy, Arizona, Barack Obama, biodiesel, California, Cocoa, Coffee, Colorado, Florida, Food Co-ops, Georgia, green jobs, Healthcare, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, new jersey, New York, nobel prize, North Carolina, olive oil, Pennsylvania, Repower America, texas, Union of Concerned Scientists, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, zero carbon (all tags)