I was among those who was doing whatever was possible to advocate that Speaker Nancy Pelosi act to impeach.
Today we can more easily see that we as a country are very fortunate indeed to have won the House in 2018, and fortunate to have the wise leadership of Nancy Pelosi. Do I support the Democratic leadership in the House? You bet I do. They are what stand between us and authoritarianism. We need to stand with them in this critical moment.
Katherine Clark is fighting for us every day in the House, particularly on the issues of guns, addressing the opiod crisis, and taking on Education Secretary Betsy DeVos.
Tonight she was in the district in her hometown of Melrose, to boost the candidacy of Paul Brodeur for mayor of that city. She made no bones about her support for the impeachment inquiry, and the importance of active citizen involvement in local governance as an antidote to the deterioration of democratic norms in Washington.
Representative Clark reunites with two old friends, Fred Rich LaRiccia, left, and Terry McGinty. Direct involvement with elections is not dirty nor something to be looked down upon. In fact, it is now more essential than ever.