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  • Democratic Women

    September 5, 2019 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
    Huntsville Country Club, 2601 Oakwood Avenue, Huntsville, AL 35810, USA

    Contact madisondemwomen@gmail.com for information.

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  • MCDEC Business Meeting

    September 12, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
    Headquarters: 1200 Jordan Lane, Suite 8, Huntsville, AL 35816

    The Party's Monthly Business Meeting

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  • Thirsty Thursday

    September 19, 2019 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
    TBA Monthly

    Join us for drinking liberally (or not), but to hang our with like-minded individuals in a casual setting.
    We usually go to a different place each month, places that serve both food and drink.

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Alabama Democrats Need to Invest in Media

With all the delusional conservative hysteria proclaiming that the media is dominated by liberals, that’s certainly not close to reality in Alabama. In fact, conservatives have a stranglehold on talk radio, print, and political television programming. For years, they’ve heavily invested in creating an almost inescapable media echo chamber. That’s how they’ve controlled political narrative […]

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Alabama 49th Worst State, Conservatives Bear the Blame

The sadly predictable state rankings that were released last week by USNews shouldn’t come as a shock to anyone who’s been following Alabama politics. Of course, Alabama was ranked the 49th worst state. Perhaps, the only surprise was that Mississippi leap-frogged Alabama on the list. The blame for this pathetic showing rests squarely on the […]

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Expanding Alabama Medicaid Needs to Happen Now

In Alabama, there are still hundreds of thousands of people who fall into a huge health care gap. They’re working, struggling and poor, but they make just a little too much to qualify for Medicaid, yet they can’t afford any other type of health insurance. Their primary care provider is usually a highly expensive emergency […]

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