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  • Petition: Preserve a Free and Open Internet (Update)

    The Internet has become a part of all our lives, and an engine of innovation and economic growth like we’ve never seen before — and it has to remain free and open. Last month, thousands of people signed our petition defending net neutrality. If you believe the Internet should remain free and open to innovation […] More »

  • Petition: Action on Climate Change Now!

    A great threat to America is one that too many politicians in Washington D.C. willingly and irresponsibly choose to ignore: Climate change. Our planet is hurting, and it’s because of human action. We’re still at the point where we can engage in preventive care for our planet. But if the climate deniers in Congress continue […] More »

  • Petition: Support net neutrality

    The Internet is our most democratic communications medium — a wellspring of openness and job-creating innovation the likes of which the world has never seen before. We need to keep it that way. If you believe in keeping the Internet free, fair, and open, please add your name to our petition. Companies like Google, Facebook, […] More »

  • PHOTOS: Scenes from the Yarmouth St. Patrick’s Day Parade

    On Saturday, March 8th, Ed was joined by volunteers and supporters at the Yarmouth St. Patrick’s Day Parade. It was great to see so many people along the route on a beautiful sunny day. Check out photos from the parade, here! More »

  • Petition: Support a higher minimum wage

    If the minimum wage from 1961 had been adjusted for inflation, it would be $22 per hour today. Instead, today’s federal minimum wage is just $7.25 per hour — that means today’s minimum-wage earners take home less than one-third of what minimum-wage earners did when JFK took the oath of office. You don’t have to […] More »

  • ICYMI: Ed, Dir. of White House Office of Nat’l Drug Control Policy, Gil Kerlikowaske in Taunton to discuss issue of heroin use in MA

    On February 24th, Ed was joined by Director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, Gil Kerlikowaske, former NBA player Chris Herren, Taunton Police Chief Edward Walsh and other state and local officials at a press conference at the Central Fire House in Taunton to address ways to curb the increasing heroin-usage epidemic in the […] More »

  • Survey: We want to hear from you!

    For too long, extreme Republicans have kept Washington in gridlock and refused to get anything done for the American people. Whether it’s creating jobs & supporting the small businesses that hire our workers, raising the federal minimum wage, passing common-sense gun control reform, extending unemployment insurance, or fighting back against the Right’s relentless efforts to […] More »

  • Petition: Raise the Minimum Wage

    No one should ever have to choose between paying rent or putting food on the table. Yet, for far too many hard-working full-time employees, this choice is sometimes a hard reality. In fact, according to the National Low Income Housing Coalition, a minimum wage employee can’t afford a two bedroom apartment without paying more than […] More »

  • ICYMI: Ed stopped at the Massachusetts Democratic Caucuses in Lowell & Worcester

    Over the weekend, Ed made stops at the MA Democratic caucuses in Lowell & Worcester. There were great crowds of activists at both – despite the snow! Check out photos from the day, here!   More »

  • Ed at the MA Dem Caucuses

    What a weekend! Ed made stops at the Cambridge, Watertown & Saugus MA democratic caucuses yesterday. Check out all the photos here. More »