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News Entries in 2012 stories

  • A welcome change

    “As far as President Obama’s accomplishments, one that I feel very honored and happy to see in my lifetime is the end of 'Don’t Ask, Don

  • Breaking ground in Delaware

    “On April 3rd, 2012, a crew from OFA Delaware pitched in for a full day’s work on a Habitat for Humanity construction site in Wilmington

  • Why Miriam organizes

    “My mother came here from Leon, Guanajuato, in Mexico 35 years ago to live the American dream. But as a single mother with three childre

  • “Great benefits”

    “I was a first-generation college student, from a low-income, single-parent household. Now as 22-year-old college graduate in a minimum

  • A few words of encouragement

    “President Obama: This is my first year voting, and I can say with all my heart that I’m proud to be an American and that you’re the fir

  • Meet Miller's grandfather

    “This is my Grandfather and Grandmother. My grandfather has been a registered Republican for 60 years. Today he called me to tell me tha

  • A note to the President

    "I am 73 years old and worked at the polls on my 70th birthday for the '08 election because I believed in you so much. Good luck to you,

  • “A nice fuzzy feeling”

    “Thanks to Obamacare, I'm in my second year of savings on my (several, kind of pricey) prescriptions under a Medicare Advantage Plan. It

  • Hope and role models

    “I still remember the sense of pride that swept over me as I watched Sonia Sotomayor being sworn in to the Supreme Court of the United S

  • The end of lifetime limits

    "My son has severe hemophilia A with an inhibitor, a lifelong blood condition that is extremely expensive to treat. Beyond all the other

  • The Power of Women

    There are roughly one million women in New Mexico. In November, their votes will help decide one of the most important elections of our