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DNC Chair Statement on Anniversary of Roe v. Wade 0

Washington, DC – DNC Interim Chair Donna Brazile released the following statement on the 44th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision:   “When the Supreme Court issued their decision in the case of Roe v. Wade 44 years ago, it settled the question of a woman’s right to choose and made access to a safe, legal abortion a […]

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Posted on: 01-22-2017
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DNC Chair Donna Brazile Remarks on Civil Rights Icon John Lewis 0

  DNC Chair Donna Brazile Remarks on Civil Rights Icon John Lewis   PHOENIX – Today, at the DNC Future Forum in Phoenix, Arizona where Democrats are gathered to hear from candidates for DNC offices, DNC Chair Donna Brazile addressed today’s news about civil rights icon John Lewis.   Watch the video of her remarks […]

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Posted on: 01-13-2017
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Donna Brazile: I Pray America Takes Barack Obama’s Legacy to Heart 0

He gave people work, healthcare and opportunity Change is a two-way street. As America begins to cope with the jarring changes coming in the near future, it will be useful and wise for our leaders to remember the lessons of the last eight years, and to consider the ways President Obama’s administration has changed our nation and […]

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Posted on: 01-13-2017
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Our Fight Begins Anew 0

There’s no last word in politics, just the next word. Two weeks ago, the American people spoke the next word. While we Democrats worked our hearts out, we fell short of winning the White House. Yet the results of this election show that our voices are needed now, more than ever. We must never forget […]

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Posted on: 11-22-2016
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A Note of Gratitude 0

Millions of Americans woke up on Wednesday morning with heavy hearts. This has been a long and bruising presidential election. And through it all, Hillary Clinton never wavered from her belief that we are stronger together. That we must choose hope over fear. A belief in unity over division. Those beliefs are hallmarks of this […]

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Posted on: 11-14-2016
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Notes from the Road: Stronger Together, Forward Together 0

There’s a joyful noise in Utah, Democrats. I heard it myself this week in Salt Lake City, where the DNC’s Forward Together Bus Tour rolled in to hear from voters in one of this election’s many new swing states. As our staff have traveled the country, driving voters to the polls, getting them registered, and […]

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Posted on: 10-29-2016
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Win or Lose, Election Results Are Sacred 0

When Donald Trump suggested at the final presidential debate this year that he may not accept the results of the election, he took the first step down a dangerous path. I’ve worked on and advised dozens of Democratic campaigns, and I’ve been involved in every presidential election since 1976. I know what it’s like to […]

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Posted on: 10-22-2016
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DNC Statement on National Hispanic Heritage Month 0

 WASHINGTON –  DNC Interim Chair Donna Brazile and DNC Hispanic Caucus Chair Iris Martinez issued the following statement on National Hispanic Heritage Month, which begins today: “The Democratic Party is proud to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month along with the millions of Hispanic Americans who live, work, play and pray in our nation. American history is […]

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Posted on: 09-15-2016
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DNC Chair Statement on Anniversary of September 11, 2001 0

WASHINGTON –  DNC Interim Chair Donna Brazile issued the following statement commemorating the 15th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks: “Fifteen years ago, nearly three thousand lives were taken from us in the September 11 terrorist attacks. As we commemorate the lives of those lost, as we hold their families in our thoughts and prayers, […]

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Posted on: 09-11-2016
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DNC Interim Chair Donna Brazile Statement on the 53rd Anniversary of the March on Washington 0

WASHINGTON – DNC Interim Chair Donna Brazile issued the following statement: “I was eight years old when the news spread through my community that Dr. King had been assassinated. When it happened, my grandmother told me and my siblings that when we mourned the deceased, we also had to pray. She told us to pray for him […]

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Posted on: 09-6-2016
Posted in: News, Uncategorized
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