Below all of the posts that have a category "urban politics," "CD 9," and 2020 Elections.
I have an interest in working for Adem so I've moved the d-base driven map to a "view only" link. That means it will become more strategic than the digital toy it has been up to now. If any of you have skills in this area let me know and read more below. Doing more … Continue reading Election Districts
The data about the Ninth Congressional is very revealing, and worthy of spending the time to understand it by size, shape and its many places as defined by our representative to Congress. The Ninth CD is the only one that is all in Brooklyn go ahead drop me a line or comment below: firstname.lastname@example.org
America is an urban nation and while Bernie Sanders' campaign for president is a shock to the Democratic establishment’s old suburban guard, they might be able to absorb his policies. The reasons for this are also political. He is authentic, likable and persuasive. He is also trustworthy, 223,000 donors sent him $5.9 million from within … Continue reading Sander’s Agenda
The idea of a CD Nine Indivisible faded into the following outfit. It has remained keenly interested in Federal, State, and City races using the following resources serving Brooklyn voters. They have an interest in putting people on the street, get them out organizing and into the voting booths of election districts throughout Brooklyn. Decision Workbook: Social Media … Continue reading Indivisible Brooklyn
Same old Congress, and same old story for District 9 Democratic Primary CANDIDATEVOTEPCT.Yvette Clarke*14,80451.9%Adem Bunkeddeko13,72948.1% 28,533 votes, 99% reporting (528 of 532 precincts) The last four put her at 53%. What is that? * Incumbent Was this tight margin a wake-up for Yvette Clarke? Yes, she doubled her campaign funds in 2019. Will she enjoy the expense … Continue reading 26 June Summary
Steven Pinker’s Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism, and Progress, says the world is getting better, and from a “regression to the mean” point of view he is probably right. His book got lots of attention from Bill Gates (his blog) in January 2018. The difficulty with the super wealthy is their compulsion … Continue reading Election Districts
Should Clarke have lost June 26, 2018? Yes, but she won. Is Clarke’s record of deep blue co-sponsorship for the Democratic Party leadertship enough? That was my question. In 2018 Washington D.C., the Congress, Senate and the Executive Branch is all Republican and we of New York's democratically blue urban world has been seriously challenged. … Continue reading Bunkeddeko vs. Clarke