Former West Virginia congressional candidate and Democratic presidential hopeful Richard Ojeda, facing questions from reproductive rights advocates about his position on abortion, has fired off a 500-word statement framing the issue in terms of class and...read more
This is unacceptable. Taxpayers bailed out GM. And this year, GM got another $150 million dollar tax giveaway courtesy of Donald Trump. And now, just before the holidays, they have stabbed their workers in the back by announcing massive layoffs. Support...read more
The Intercept: RICHARD OJEDA, WEST VIRGINIA LAWMAKER WHO BACKED TEACHERS STRIKES, WILL RUN FOR PRESIDENT
Ojeda’s case for his candidacy is straightforward: The Democratic Party has gotten away from its roots, and he has a unique ability to win over a white, black, and brown working-class coalition by arguing from a place of authority that Trump is a populist...read more
Today, I announced my campaign for President of the United States and I want you to be part of this from the start. Over the last 19 months of my congressional race for southern West Virginia, letters poured into my campaign office in Logan County. ...read more
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