Dr. Jill Stein

Posted on June 08, 2016 in Election Central

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Dr. Jill Stein is a Massachusetts physician running as the Green Party candidate for President in 2016. This is her second time representing the party, as she also did so in 2012. Stein has been active in local government, and she previously ran for Massachusetts State Representative in 2004 and Secretary...

Arab Americans on the Ground in 2016: Andre Sayegh’s Ground Game Wins Him Paterson Council Seat

Posted by Joan Hanna on June 07, 2016 in Blog

Voting is a privilege. Having a voice in how your country is run should not be taken for granted because, in some countries, citizens do not have that right. Yet, some say their one vote will not matter. Some say they do not vote because the system is rigged. Some say they are too busy to do the research required to be properly informed. If a person prescribes to any of those mindsets, do they also consent to having their voice, their...

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Washington Watch: My Role With the Democratic Platform Drafting Committee

Posted on June 06, 2016 in Washington Watch
I wasn't going to write about this subject, but something happened yesterday over lunch that prompted me to reconsider.
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Washington Watch: The Sanders Phenomenon

Posted on May 28, 2016 in Washington Watch
There is a Sanders phenomenon. It is real and the factors that have prompted its emergence need to addressed and understood.
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Countdown Vol. 14 No. 15: Look Who's Talking Now

Posted on May 26, 2016 in Countdown
This week on Countdown: All the talk surrounding AAI President Jim Zogby's appointment to the DNC platform committee; Questions regarding Trump's Muslim supporters; why TSA isn't the only problem for travelers this summer; and, another acquittal in Baltimore.
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Countdown Vol. 14 No. 14: The Anniversary Edition

Posted on May 15, 2016 in Countdown
AAI's weekly take on news from Washington, around the country, and abroad.
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Jesse Sbaih: An Arab American Betting on Nevada

Posted by Shadi Matar on May 10, 2016 in Blog

Las Vegas has often been called the “City of Lights” but these days Jesse Sbaih is shining just as brightly. His story is one of hard work, dedication, and giving back to the community. He also could be making history later this year as the first Arab American immigrant and Muslim American immigrant elected to Congress.

Born in Jordan, Sbaih moved to the U.S. at age 11 with his family. They ultimately settled in Virginia where Sbaih was quickly accepted by his classmates. “When my family first moved to Virginia I was in...

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Countdown Vol. 14 No. 12: Hey There, Ho There, Do We Have to Go There?

Posted on May 05, 2016 in Countdown
AAI's weekly take on news from Washington, around the country, and abroad.
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Viewpoint with James Zogby: Kathy Kiely on the Presidential Election

Posted on April 26, 2016 in Viewpoint with James Zogby

Kathy Kiely joins James Zogby to talk about recent primary results and the election. 

Kathy Kiely is the former Washington News Director at Bloomberg Politics. She was the managing editor for politics at the National Journal and has covered Congress and national politics at USA Today for over a decade. She is currently an editor for BillMoyers.com and has been involved in the coverage of every presidential election since 1980. 

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