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beta.usaspending.gov — Learn where and how our money and tax dollars are being spent. The new official source of accessible, searchable and reliable spending data for the U.S. Government. The site tracks agency expenditures and for the first time, links relevant agency expenditure data with awards distributed by the gove…
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04.06.2017
JeffCohen added new site
resistbot.io — Resistbot will ask for your name and information to find your elected officials. Your representatives will know you’re a constituent - that’s who matters to them. How does it work? "Resistbot turns your text messages into daily letters to Congress — in the simplest and easiest way possible. We ar…
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03.23.2017
JeffCohen added new site
5calls.org — 5 Calls makes it easy and convenient to contact your representatives. Turn your passive participation into active resistance. Calling your Government on the phone can create the change you want to see & is the most effective way to influence your representative. Spend 5 minutes, make 5 calls.…
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03.11.2017
JeffCohen added new site
townhallproject.com — A volunteer-powered, diverse, open-source, grassroots effort that empowers constituents across the country to have face-to-face conversations with their elected representatives.  They research every district and state for public events with Members of Congress. The Town Hall Project offers their to…
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02.14.2017
JeffCohen added new site
repscontacts.com — This website allows you to quickly and easily add your representatives' information to your contact book. Includes US House of Representatives & US Senate. Start by simply entering your zip code...
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01.20.2017
JeffCohen wrote
Jan 20: Donald J. Trump sworn in as the 45th President of The United States Of America.
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Election Races: The Latest...

May 22 - MICHIGAN: Lena Epstein (R) to run vs US Senator Debbie Stabenow (D).

May 22 - FLORIDA District 7: Chardo Richardson (D) to run vs Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy (D).

May 22 - TEXAS District 16: Dori Fenenbock (D) enters open seat congressional race.

May 19 - UTAH: Congressman Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) expected to announce he is resigning, effective June 30.

May 18 - ALABAMA: Perry Hooper Jr. (R) exits race as Trip Pittman (R) enters at close of filing for 2017 US Senate special election.

May 18 - PENNSYLVANIA: Paul Mango (R) to run vs Governor Tom Wolf (D).

May 18 - KANSAS: Josh Svaty (D) enters open gubernatorial race.

May 18 - NEW MEXICO: Attorney General Hector Balderas (D) will not enter open gubernatorial race; will instead seek reelection.

May 17 - NEW JERSEY District 3: Katherine Hartman (D) enters race vs Congressman Tom MacArthur (R).

May 17 - SOUTH CAROLINA District 5: Ralph Norman narrowly wins GOP runoff with 50.3%; June 20 special general election.

May 16 - ALABAMA: John McMillan (R) enters race for Governor. Ex-Lieutentant Governor/now Governor Kay Ivey (R) not decided yet on running. Bryan Peeples (R) to run vs US Senator Luther Strange in 2017 special election.

May 16 - GEORGIA: "I am totally ruling out the Governor's race. I am not running for Governor" - ex-Acting US Attorney General Sally Yates.

May 16 - OHIO: Congressman Pat Tiberi (R) will not run vs US Senator Sherrod Brown (D).

May 16 - OREGON District 2: Rachael Scdoris-Salerno (D) enters race vs Congressman Greg Walden (R).

May 16 - PENNSYLVANIA District 15: Bill Leiner (D) to run vs Congressman Charlie Dent (R).

May 16 - NEW YORK: Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul (D) will not run vs Congressman Chris Collins (R), as DC is "too dysfunctional." District 22: Patrick Madden (D) to run vs Congresswoman Claudia Tenney (R).

May 15 - ARIZONA District 1: State Senator Steve Smith (R) to run vs Congressman Tom O'Halleran (D).

May 15 - MISSOURI: Congresswoman Ann Wagner (R) in July will launch run vs US Senator Claire McCaskill (D) (per @nationaljournal).

May 15 - ALABAMA: Congressman Mo Brooks (R) will run vs US Senator Luther Strange (R) in 2017 special election.

May 15 - HAWAII: Bob McDermott (R) will challenge Governor David Ige (D).

May 15 - PENNSYLVANIA: State House Majority Leader Dave Reed (R) will not run for either US Senator or Governor next year.

May 12 - ALABAMA: Doug Jones (D) launches special election run vs US Senator Luther Strange (R).

May 12 - IDAHO District 1: Dave Leroy (R) enters open seat congressional race.

May 12 - WEST VIRGINIA District 3: Richard Ojeda (D) enters race for Congressman Jenkins' open seat. Rupie Phillips (I) joins GOP, and launches run.

May 12 - TEXAS District 7: Lizzie Pannill Fletcher (D) enters race vs Congressman John Culberson (R).

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Questions
Anonymous writes... "What is the order of succession should the President die, become incapacitated, or is otherwise unable to finish his term of office?"
1 Answers
06.08.2014 · From JeffCohen
Abe D. writes... "Jeff. What's the difference between an open primary and a closed primary? It's so bloody confusing! How do I get more info for rules & the process my state?"
1 Answers
02.20.2016 · From JeffCohen
William writes... "Do Republican Primaries still take place, now that only 1 candidate remains? How does the whole process work now?"
1 Answers
05.05.2016 · From JeffCohen
Benny B writes... "I wan't to know why we don't have write in votes. That's telling me I can't vote for my candidate. Neither nominee is good for America, but we're forced to vote Party lines that we disagree with or not vote at all. I'm really perturbed with the whole bunch of them."
1 Answers
08.02.2016 · From JeffCohen
Anonymous writes... "Once the Primary is over. If a candidate does not win in the party they ran in can he/she switch to lets say a different party like Libertarian or some other open party to run against the Republicans and Democrats in the run off?"
1 Answers
12.18.2015 · From JeffCohen
Recently Added Sites
beta.usaspending.gov — Learn where and how our money and tax dollars are being spent. The new official source of accessible, searchable and reliable spending data for the U.S. Government. The site tracks agency expenditures and for the first time, links relevant agency expenditure data with awards distributed by the gove…
12 days ago 0 comments From JeffCohen
resistbot.io — Resistbot will ask for your name and information to find your elected officials. Your representatives will know you’re a constituent - that’s who matters to them. How does it work? "Resistbot turns your text messages into daily letters to Congress — in the simplest and easiest way possible. We ar…
04.06.2017 0 comments From JeffCohen
5calls.org — 5 Calls makes it easy and convenient to contact your representatives. Turn your passive participation into active resistance. Calling your Government on the phone can create the change you want to see & is the most effective way to influence your representative. Spend 5 minutes, make 5 calls.…
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