100 years ago, the 19th Amendment was ratified. But American women’s battle for the ballot began long before that day in August—and continues, even to this day. Wonder Media Network presents She Votes!—a podcast that digs into the complex history of the women’s suffrage movement and its enduring significance, hosted by award-winning journalists Ellen Goodman and Lynn Sherr.
Panning incumbent as fringe career politician, Businesswoman Brynne Kennedy Highlights Key Differences on COVID-19, Healthcare, Social Security.
The El Dorado Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) will be considering the appointment of an Alternate Public Member who will serve a new four-year term.
The Lincoln Project’s latest ad, “Fauci”, lauds Dr. Anthony Fauci, who has steadfastly served the American people for decades, including as a leader of the current White House Coronavirus Task Force, and admonishes President Trump’s neglectful and incompetent response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Just over a decade ago, Americans of every political persuasion stood united to support veterans and our military.
El Dorado County Democratic Women present Mike Saunders as he shares his recent experiences and hear his perspective of these turbulent times.
U.S. intelligence sources believe that Russia has been offering – and apparently paying – bounties for dead U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan. We learned that the president knew this months ago and did nothing to punish Putin’s lawless country.
Considered the nation’s most important civil rights legislation since Reconstruction, it prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin.
There’s a certain mindset in a committed cult member. Whether he’s a true believer or just willing to go along to achieve the goals of the leader, he will follow even the most ridiculous commands.
She was not convicted by a true jury of her peers, because women could not serve on the jury. Nor was she able to eloquently make her own case to the all-male jury.
Would-be independents joining the American Independent Party could blame California’s voter registration card
Although Californians now register to vote in more places than ever, most still rely on something that’s been around for generations.