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Latest News

KCDP in Newsweek!

This week, KCDP made it it onto national news! The article is titled “Texas Independence Campaigners Could Be Barred From Office” and it is written by James Bickerton. Click button below to go to the article. We are extremely proud of Laura Bray for championing this push and representing KCDP in such a positive way!!
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Progressive Views: COP 28 Climate Conference Yields Progress

COP 28 was held in Dubai and was chaired by the head of a national oil company. In addition to transition away from fossil fuels language, progress was made in a number of areas, including reduction of methane emissions (which account for about 30% of the Earth’s warming), increasing renewable energy, accelerating a switch to electric vehicles, and promoting carbon capture.  Nuclear fusion is in the news and may be a silver bullet longer term. Of course conservation could help a bunch.
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Progressive Views: One More Chance to Vote, then the Democratic Convention

The early voting period for the 2024 Primary Election closed on Friday. If you didn’t vote early or send in your ballot by mail, you have one more chance to vote on Tuesday, March 5. Polls will be open from 7am-7pm. Kendall voters may vote at any of the eleven Voting Centers. You can find a list of polling locations on the website of the Kendall County Elections Office (KCEO). We need all local Democrats to vote in the Democratic Primary, so we can field the strongest slate of candidates for the November General Election. For more information on our activities, call our office at 830-331-1243 or visit
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