To The Left Democrat Donkey | Classic Democratic Party icon the Donkey mashed up with Bey's classic lines from Irreplaceable. To the left, to the left. Vote for the left this election season. Cause politicians are, in fact, replaceable. #Skreened
These posters are perfect for familiarizing your elementary grade learners with the 2016 U.S. electoral candidates Hillary Clinton, Gary Johnson, Jill Stein, and Donald Trump. Find out which candidate belongs to what party, as well as finding out what the Democratic Party, Green Party, Libertarian Party, and Republican Party all stand for in their beliefs. Presidential Election 2016.
This booklet is perfect for familiarizing your lower elementary grade/ kindergarten/ special education learners with the 2016 U.S. electoral candidates Hillary Clinton, Gary Johnson, Jill Stein, and Donald Trump. Find out which candidate belongs to what party, as well as finding out what the Democratic Party, Green Party, Libertarian Party, and Republican Party all stand for in their beliefs. This fun booklet also teaches your students about the vocabulary used around the election.
Swing Voters Don’t Exist — Why Are Dems Moving To The Center? The Democratic Party believes that they can be victorious in elections if they just appeal to the “swing voters.” But a new study shows that these “swing voters” don’t exist anymore, and the Party’s rightward-center shift is only going to cost them votes in the long run. (Exactly, because people WANT left & progressive ACTION, not status quo!)
Pray For Peace in United States - Lord, we ask for Peace in United States We need you more then ever. Lord, please stop the people in the Democratic party fromtrying to divide this country and the people with strong religious beliefs in You. The ungly plan to dividetheCatholics, Evangelism, all Faiths is so distrubing on all levels. Lord dont let them destroy our lives andour country. Stop them We Believe inYou, Lord We want you involved in our daily decisions and inourlives. The United…
Mychal Smith Treasurer of the Alabama Minority GOP: In 2009 Smith realized the state of the city and state he grew up in had changed from when he was a child. These thoughts spurred him to listen to that still small voice inside telling him to get involved in the political community. But which party? Smith felt that much of what the Democratic Party had become didn’t line up with his beliefs. He then got involved with the Young Republicans and is currently a chapter's political chairman.