Thank You! And A US Senate Race in 2018!

Hello Everyone,

Thank you to everyone who participated in voting and voting your values in 2018.  There is now a check on an administration that does not share my values. I also look forward to doing the work it will take to put in clear policies that will help EVERYONE and not just a select few in our country. Exciting times are ahead!

Molly Phone Banking

The Last 80 Days:

The last 80 days of the 2018 election season were busy.  I found I couldn’t really blog and be active at the level required in those last few months.  The above photo is me and my computer at a home phone bank. I personally paced myself and every week I was active with one, two or three intensive activities. But it paid off. Even if I hadn’t helped elect candidates that would put sound policies in place, I knew I had done my part as a citizen of this country.

The Blog:

So, I am kicking off the blog again and focusing on policies that if enacted would support EVERYONE and build strong and healthy communities.  And, then, when it gets to crunch time and we start electing candidates, I can share strategies that worked in 2018, and new strategies that will help win more in 2019 and 2020. We will also hold our elected officials accountable for creating a world that works for EVERYONE.  Thank you for coming along on this ride with me.

Another US Senate Race Run-off Election in November:

Have a great Sunday, and we still have a Senate seat in Mississippi to focus on. People are out canvassing, calling, and texting for Mike Espy running for the US Senate in Mississippi. Go Mike!

Thank you for all that you do,

Molly Hermes



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