As we continue to celebrate women’s history month, we are taking a moment to celebrate the women who made history when they were elected to Congress last November. Many of these women are representing groups that deserve a seat at the table but didn’t have one before, and they bring valuable perspective to Washington.
When I left for North Carolina last week to canvass for Hillary Clinton, I knew exactly why I was going. As a former field organizer, I know the impact door-to-door canvassing can have on an election. In 2008, when President Obama won North Carolina, the margin of victory was 14,177 votes. That was the closest margin in any state in the country. I went to North Carolina because I knew the doors I knocked on would make a difference in one of the tightest races in the country.
What – you voted already? But it’s only October. That’s right, election day is not until Tuesday, November 8th but plenty of votes are already being cast. This year, it’s predicted that an estimated 40 percent of all voters will vote early. Will you be one of them? Early voting is an option in many states, and it’s a great way to ensure your vote is cast and your voice is heard! Here are just a few important things to know about early voting across the nation.
Did you know CCAH President Kim Cubine was drawn to the District’s fast-paced lifestyle since childhood? The third installment in the “Did You Know Kim Cubine” blog series focuses on her professional journey in Washington D.C., from working in a call center to playing an integral role in President Bill Clinton’s reelection campaign.
CCAH President Kim Cubine’s passion for politics did not start in the District, but instead, the University of South Carolina? The latest installment in the “Did You Know Kim Cubine” blog series delves into how notable experiences from her college days were catalysts for her professional aspirations.