In America 2017, the divisiveness of politics is staggering; it is staggering in that it could interrupt an event as innocuous as dining in a pizzeria with friends.
About Stephanie Casella
She worked in field for NextGen Climate in Florida in 2014, as well as on a coordinated campaign for the DSCC and DCCC in Colorado earlier that year in an effort to both reelect Senator Mark Udall for U.S. Senate and elect Congressman Andrew Romanoff in Colorado's 6th Congressional district.
Prior to that, she was employed on President Barack Obama's reelection campaign in 2011-2012 in Orlando, Florida.
Posts by Stephanie Casella:
If nothing else, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is known for his controversial statements, for which many Americans actively find a level of distaste.
Any person who has taken a basic writing course has heard mention of language’s cruciality. The specific words we employ make an absolute difference when crafting an image that will elicit either […]
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement, which the Obama Administration has, at this point, promoted for well over a year, is still facing some loud criticism from both the American political Left […]
The recent news out of Milwaukee — a city already marred by poor race relations — where riots have overtaken the streets in response to the police shooting of 23-year-old Sylville Smith, […]