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Tenth Dems January Newsletter

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In this issue of Tenth News:


Hanukkah at the White House: After a Policy Briefing, a Festive Celebration
by Steve Sheffey
Getting an invitation to attend an event at the White House is a big deal. When that event is the White House Hanukkah Party, it’s a cause for celebration.

Tenth Dems Holiday Party an Occasion for Looking Forward
by Adrienne Kirshbaum
It was no time to get the post-election holiday blues, and the attendees at Tenth Dems annual Holiday Party were in the mood to have fun and look ahead. Our coverage includes pages and pages of pictures from this exciting event.

A Message from the Editor: Join Us!
We will never have more time to work to elect Democrats in 2015 and 2016. Tenth Dems needs your leadership skills.

Tenth Dems to Spend an Afternoon With (Not On) the Capitol Steps
January 25th is the date. The Centre East Theatre in Skokie is the place. Here’s your invite to join Tenth Dems for some laughs with the Capitol Steps!

Political Messaging With a Twist of Chile
by Eleonora di Liscia
Ad campaigns have the power to change minds, win elections, and even change the course of history. The power of a political ad campaign depicted in the movie No should give Democratic ad makers food for thought.

Working Our Values
by Nancy Rodkin Rotering, Mayor of Highland Park
Winning elections is only one part of a much larger set of goals for Democrats – to make a difference in the everyday lives of those who need help the most.

Joy to the World, or Other News from the Water Front
by Debra Shore, Commissioner, Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago
If we believed many of the talking heads in the media, we might think that no agency of government at any level ever got anything accomplished. The truth is quite different, as you’ll learn from this report.

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