Working Families Party articles

So you lost a midterm election

So you lost a midterm election

As bad as things may seem remember a few things. A lot of the seats that were up for grabs were in conservative states. I can’t fathom why Maryland would elect a Republican governor but oh well. The truth is that both political parties are miserable failures. Progressives work hard to elect Democrats because the

Andrew Cuomo is worse than a Republican

I’m really sorry to hear Andrew Cuomo come out and support the neoliberal line on education in America. “Governor Cuomo is wrong on this one,” the W.F.P.’s state director Bill Lipton said in a statement to Capital. “His proposed policies on public education will weaken, not strengthen our public education system, and they would represent

Working Families Party endorses de Blasio

Again like SEIU 32BJ, I really didn’t see the WFP going with Joe Lhota. Bill de Blasio has the chance to be New York City’s first progressive mayor since Fiorello LaGuardia. Here’s the press release: — FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEFor more information, contact: Joe Dinkin, 978-223-5868 New York City leaders of the Working Families Party announced

Working Families Party – April Fools’

Good one guys! For Immediate Release: April 1, 2011 Contact: T.J. Helmstetter, 718-222-3796 x 237 WFP Inks Deal with Wal-Mart The Working Families Party and Wal-Mart today announced an unexpected agreement that will establish the Wall Street behemoth as the WFP’s first-ever Corporate Sponsor. “This is a win-win,” said analyst Richard Morarless, an analyst at First