These last two years have had their difficulties, but the silver lining has been the privilege of meeting talented, creative activists. Each month we will focus on a specific issue and share the thoughtful perspective of our contributors. Our Eblasts are posted below.
Sajaa Tracy (née Ahmed) is a host and creator of Spotlight 19, a podcast tracking all things related to New York’s 19th Congressional District. The podcast was an essential tool used by volunteers in 2018 to flip the district blue and will continue to be released monthly in 2019.
JT Compton spent fourteen years in finance before becoming a screenwriter and a political blogger. He has an MFA in creative writing from The New School and has lived in Dutchess County for nineteen years.
Rep. Delgado spends every day in Congress focused on creating a vibrant local economy, working with local, state, and federal partners — regardless of party — to get results for the people here. From improving access to quality, affordable health care to expanding rural broadband to protecting our agricultural interests, Rep. Delgado is dedicated to working across the aisle and standing up for what residents need.
Karen Smythe, NYS Senate Candidate in 2018, was the 4th generation to run her family’s Dutchess County union construction business. Born and raised in Poughkeepsie, she is committed to giving back to the community through volunteer and nonprofit work. She currently serves as President of the Dutchess County Woman’s Caucus, is on the Board of the Bardavon Theater and a Trustee of Vassar College.
- SAJAA TRACY – SPOTLIGHT19 / Environmental Deep Dive with Judith Enck & Rep Delgado
- JTC / Day 866 – Climate Disaster is Here
- REP. ANTONIO DELGADO / Tackling the Problem of Climate Change
- KAREN SMYTHE / NYS and the Environment
- (John Oliver / Last Week Tonight with Bill Nye)
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The theme for this month’s eblast reflects Women’s History Month.