Markey: A Vote for Our Future – the Dems’ Op-Ed in The Harvard Crimson!
Posted 4/29/13 by Jacob Carrel
“Think back to November 6, 2012. Harvard’s campus was full of energy. We marched and carried signs and wore stickers, and we voted: An overwhelming number of students registered in Massachusetts went to the polls on Election Day. We held our breath with the entire nation as Massachusetts played host to one of the most anticipated elections in recent memory with Elizabeth Warren challenging Scott Brown for his Senate seat…”
Read more at The Harvard Crimson!
Dems meeting with Ed Markey a huge success!
Posted 4/12/13 by Jacob Carrel
Cambridge, MA – On Friday, the Harvard Dems met with Rep. Ed Markey, in a great meeting that featured a discussion of clean energy, the environment, new telecommunications standards, and responsibilities of different generations. “I am so happy that Rep. Markey came and spoke to us today,” Campaigns Director Daniel Ki said. “He reminded us once again of all that we stand for.”
For information on how to join Rep. Markey’s campaign for senate, please email Campaigns Director Daniel Ki.
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Democrats and Republicans don't always agree on immigration policies. But one thing people generally agree on with immigration is the need to monitor who enters and exists the country. With the advent of the I-601a Provisional Waiver, relatives of citizens applying for green cards now have an easy UCIS form to operate when entering the United States.