Adam Green

Co-founder, Progressive Change Campaign Committee

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Co-founder of the Progressive Change Campaign Committee, a political-action committee founded in 2009 to help progressive candidates run effective campaigns; former Director of Strategic Campaigns at MoveOn.org

Adam Green on KCRW

To demand action from Congress — on healthcare, energy independence and the stimulus package — the President's using the bully pulpit.

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With caucuses scheduled for early next year, Nevada's Democratic Party scheduled a presidential debate on the Republican-leaning  Fox Cable News Channel  this coming August.

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