Breakfast with Governor Rendell

Interested in politics?  Want to have a chance to talk OFF THE RECORD with the former Governor of Pennsylvania? The HLS Democrats have been invited to a breakfast with former Governor Ed Rendell of Pennsylvania.

Partnering with Industry to Help Solve the Childhood Obesity Crisis

Who: Larry Soler, CEO of The Partnership for a Healthier America When: Monday, October 23rd @ Noon Where: Pound 101 Description: Larry Soler heads The Partnership for a Healthier America, an organization devoted to working with the private sector

Register to Vote in MA

Become a Massachusetts registered voter!  Vote for Elizabeth Warren and other MA democrats in the upcoming election.

Cambridge Voter Registration Drive

Register voters in Cambridge!  HLS Democrats is working with the Cambridge Democratic City Committee to register voters living in Cambridge public housing.  Come help canvass in neighborhoods around the city!  Saturday, Oct. 15th, 10:30am – 1pm.

“Strength, Ethics & Transparency in Leadership: A Key Kaizen Challenge for Women in Politics”

What: A discussion with Dr. Jennifer M. Callahan – State Representative, Massachusetts General Court (2003-11) When: September 28, 2011 @ 12PM – 1PM Where: Pound 204. Biography: Dr. Jennifer M.

Obama for America Campus Kick-Off

September 20th, 2011 @ 7:30PM in Langdell South Democrat Warren to announce Senate candidacy targeting Scott Brown

After weeks of testing the political waters, Elizabeth Warren, a Harvard Law School professor and Wall Street critic, will officially announce her run for the US Senate tomorrow morning against Republican incumbent Scott Brown.

Local Politics

While the national and state primaries are still months away, Cambridge is holding city-wide elections in early November. Scott Brown still popular, but support down some

Senator Scott Brown remains the most popular major political figure in Massachusetts, but his approval rating has fallen from a year ago, a sign he may be more vulnerable than anticipated as he gears up for a reelection fight, according to a Boston G Maine panel votes to back Democrats’ districts plan

AUGUSTA, Maine – A bipartisan panel charged with drawing up new boundaries for Maine’s two congressional districts voted 8-7 yesterday in favor of a Democratic plan that makes minimal changes to the present line.