You don’t want to wake up the day after Brett Kavanaugh gets confirmed as the next Supreme Court Justice of the United States and say: I could’ve done more to help stop it. Now is the time to make calls, write letters, and do whatever you can to speak out against Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court. This fight is in the hands of the people.
We had a terrific 35th town hall at Quincy High School yesterday with thoughtful questions about student debt, gun violence, transgender rights, and so much more. I’m grateful to everyone who spent their Saturday talking about how to get in this fight.
Lehman Brothers collapsed 10 years ago today and set off a chain reaction that crashed our economy. Ten years after the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, our stock market is booming again – but that doesn’t mean a whole lot to half of all American households, who don’t own any stock.
There’s a reason why we have to fork over so much cash for prescription drugs, and it boils down to one word: Corruption. It’s time to fight back. Join me and support our new Anti-Corruption Act. #endcorruptionnow
I had so much fun marching in the 45th Annual Boston Caribbean Carnival Parade. The streets of Boston were filled with great music, dancing, and delicious food. It was a wonderful celebration of Caribbean culture. #bostoncarnival
Thanks to Hugo, Corey, and all the volunteers who are part of this fight! I’m deeply grateful for everyone who sets aside some time to pitch in, knock on doors, make phone calls, talk to people, and build our grassroots army. This is how we’ll win in November, and this is going to be a big weekend of action – text DOORS to 24477 to join.