press conference

Voller: 'They are the party of the raw deal'

Great media one-liner from Chairman Randy Voller from WRAL.com:

"We are the party of the New Deal," he said of Democrats. "They are the party of the raw deal."

"In his first news conference as North Carolina Democratic Party chairman, Randy Voller vowed Thursday to fight the Republican majority in the General Assembly and enlisted state residents to join in the battle.:

"We cannot just lie down and let this train run over us," Voller said in fiery remarks to reporters...

read all about it here:
http://www.wral.com/nc-dem-leader-gop-taking-state-backward/12077287/

NOW fights back in war on women

Women's Groups Organizing to Stop War on Women

This Wednesday, the National Organization for Women, Feminist Majority, National Congress of Black Women and Women's Information Network will hold a press conference to shine a spotlight on "Presidential Candidates and the War on Women."

The groups will review the importance of the gender gap and also the potential record number of women running for Congress.
When: Wednesday, July 11, 2012, 10:00 A.M.

Where:
National Press Club
Bloomberg Room
529 14th Street NW
Washington, DC

Who: Terry O'Neill, President, National Organization for Women;
Eleanor Smeal, President, Feminist Majority;
E. Faye Williams, National Chair, National Congress of Black Women; Carla Reed, Chair, Women's Information Network.

Boycott: Roses, Maxway, Super Dollar, Value Mart, Super 10 stores

The North Carolina Democratic Party is calling on Democrats and all North Carolinians who care about clean, fair elections to boycott Variety Wholesaler properties in North Carolina including Roses, Maxway, Super Dollar, Value Mart and Super 10 Stores.

More details can be found on the new webpage.

Transcript of Press Conference Tuesday, March 24

NEWS CONFERENCE BY THE PRESIDENT

East Room

8:01 P.M. EDT

THE PRESIDENT: Hello, everybody. Please have a seat.

Good evening. Before I take questions from the correspondents I want to give everyone who’s watching tonight an update on the steps we’re taking to move this economy from recession to recovery and ultimately to prosperity.

It’s important to remember that this crisis didn’t happen overnight, and it didn’t result from any one action or decision. It took many years and many failures to lead us here, and it will take many months and many different solutions to lead us out. There are no quick fixes, and there are no silver bullets.

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