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NEA DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS
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2016 Must Win!
From the Chair, Jim Lansing 
2014 Newsletter

As Democratic Caucus members prepare for the 2016 NEA Representative Assembly in July, we are also focused on the National Democratic Party Convention, and ultimately the presidential and congressional elections in November.

The California primary election solidified the historic nomination for Hillary Clinton. Secretary Clinton and Senator Sanders have similar positions on many issues. The appeal of Senator Sanders to the progressive left has energized younger voters. This energy must be captured for the final contest!

2014 Newsletter

The contrast between the two national parties could not be greater or clearer. The recent horrific tragedy in Orlando, FL has crystallized this difference. Critical decisions about public safety, health care, college affordability, social security, the environment and many other issues face us in the next presidential term and in the next congressional session. We cannot let the damage happen that would be done if the other national party gains the White House and maintains control of Congress.

The inaction of Congress regarding a Supreme Court appointment is another example of why it is critical for Democratic candidates to prevail. Democratic turnout is the answer, especially in purple states. Our caucus members are democratic activists dedicated to getting out the vote this year. 2016 is a MUST WIN election year for Democrats, and we will make it happen!
Once again we will have a booth at the NEA EXPO, July 2nd and 3rd. Memberships may be renewed at the booth, or with your states contact person. There are still several states where a contact person is needed. It is easy and fun to be the person to promote membership in the Democratic Caucus in your state caucus meetings to tell us your concerns and suggestions.
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Please Note: Our annual Breakfast Meeting will be held at 8:00 AM, on July 6, 2016; the RA ends the following day.

2014 Newsletter

Jim Lansing


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2013 Caucus Newsletter
What is the NEA Democratic Caucus? 

Each year, the
National Education Association, NEA, holds an annual meeting called a Representative Assembly.  NEA members from around the country, even from around the world, attend the NEA-RA to discuss and formulate the direction of the NEA.

A wide variety of caucuses have sprung up over the years out of the specific interests of NEA members who attend the Assembly. 

The NEA Democratic Caucus is a caucus of the NEA delegates to the annual meeting who are members of the Democratic Party in their respective states. 


This web page helps those delegates get ready for their meetings at the regular annual meeting of the RA.


And of course, we are Democrat
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Secretary’s Report

Dennis Bruck

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We have a strong opportunity this November to keep a Democrat in the White House. It is critical for us to have a president who will stand strong for public schools and public school employees. It is also important to have a president who will work to maintain and improve the Affordable Health Care Act in addition to protecting social security benefits for millions of Americans.

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This election will no doubt be contentious, as we have all witnessed throughout the primary season. It will not be easily won and we must all work hard to get out the Democratic vote. I remind you to renew your NEA Democratic Caucus membership and to bring along a friend or two to join the caucus. I look forward to seeing all of you in Washington, D.C. for what looks to be an exciting convention!

Dennis


NEA Democratic Caucus
2015-16 Officers



Chair

Jim Lansing

1st Vice-Chair

Brian Rock

2nd Vice Chair

Bradley Wright

Secretary

Dennis Bruck

Treasurer

Teresa M. Hodge

Past Chair

Mary Flaherty Artuso

Donkey's Tale Editor

Jack Schneider

Webmaster

Paul Hambleton



NEA DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS

SCHEDULE FOR RA 2016 in DC

 Saturday, July 2
NEA Dem Booth 9:00-3:45 Expo #138
Membership Meeting 4-4:30 Rm 141 Street Level
Nominations of Officers and Region Coordinators
(All Candidates must be present)

Sunday, July 3
NEA Dem Booth 9-5 Expo #138
Membership Meeting 12-1

Monday, July 4
Membership Meeting 9:30-10:30
Convention Center 141

Tuesday, July 5
Mmbership meeting - Lunch Break
Convention Center 141

Wednesday, July 6
BREAKFAST MEETING
7:30-8:00 Registration
8:00-10:00 Program and Speaker
Convention Center room 102B
(First 100 served breakfast, must have pin and ribbon, latecomers welcome to listen to speaker)

Thursday, July 7
Executive Committee Meeting 9:30 - 10:30
Convention Center 141


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NEA Dem Membership Renewal

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In a Word...

2014 Newsletter

The upcoming 2016 election is important and America’s future depends on its outcome. This is vital to our beliefs and values as Democrats. The election will determine who will be our next president, who controls Congress, and who will be serving on the Supreme Court.

The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) and the Koch Brothers are pouring huge amounts of money into these elections. Alec is a shadowy group of companies and politicians working together behind closed doors to rewrite laws. ALEC and other right-wing Republican groups will far outspend Democratic candidates.

2014 Newsletter

The upcoming 2016 election is important and America’s future depends on its outcome. This is vital to our beliefs and values as Democrats. The election will determine who will be our next president, who controls Congress, and who will be serving on the Supreme Court.

The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) and the Koch Brothers are pouring huge amounts of money into these elections. Alec is a shadowy group of companies and politicians working together behind closed doors to rewrite laws. ALEC and other right-wing Republican groups will far outspend Democratic candidates.

2014 Newsletter

In Solidarity,

Jack Schneider, Editor


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