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Thursday, 09 August 2012 16:40

Victory in Detroit

Written by  Mike Hersh | PDA National Team

We're thrilled to report that PDA Board Member and friend Congressman John Conyers won his primary election. PDA members pitched in--volunteering, making phone calls, rallying support in the district. We're happy to share in this hard-won victory.

Response from the street was the voters were moved by the work you did at the polls - and the energy showed by the campaign help voters to have  confidence in the need to vote for John Conyers.Turnout in the Primary was the largest over the last Decade.

 

We're taking a brief pause to enjoy twin triumphs (Lesli Messinger in GA-1). But tomorrow, our work will resume, and will never end until we build the progressive world all people deserve as their birthright. PDA will continue working with John Conyers on his signature issues: jobs and Medicare for all, peace, civil rights, social and economic justice. We'll gather in Charlotte North Carolina in September to honor Rep. Conyers, and plan for progressive victories.

We would like to thank you for all you do to help PDA organize for progress.

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