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June 22, 2017 in Press

Republican Sens. Targeted with Anti-Trumpcare Billboards

Billboards targeting Sens. Flake and Heller follow CREDO’s billboards targeting Democratic Sens. Manchin, Donnelly and Heitkamp June 22 – CREDO is placing #ResistTrumpcare billboards in strategic locations near airports in Arizona…

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June 20, 2017 in Press

Conservative Senate Democrats Targeted with Anti-Trumpcare Billboards in West Virginia, Indiana and North Dakota

Billboards targeting Sens. Manchin, Donnelly and Heitkamp are strategically placed between their homes and airports June 20 – CREDO announced today that it had placed #ResistTrumpcare billboards in strategic locations in…

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May 17, 2017 in Press

CREDO response to special prosecutor appointment

FYI – CREDO Political Director Murshed Zaheed released the statement below in response to the appointment of former FBI Director Robert Mueller to serve as special prosecutor in the investigation into…

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In the News

June 19, 2017 in In the news

NBC NEWS: Health Care: Democrats Can’t Hit What They Can’t See

One online petition on CREDO Action calls on Democrats to use “every legislative tool at your disposal to block and resist Trumpcare.”

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June 19, 2017 in In the news

VOX: “This is red alert”: inside the left’s game plan for beating the GOP health bill

Normally, protest groups try to direct the thrust of their efforts to hitting offices in Washington, DC. CREDO is instead hitting senators in their district offices. Their plans are to escalate their call volume to at least 1,000 calls to each of those four senators’ offices in the home stretch of McConnell’s push around the health care bill.

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June 19, 2017 in In the news

ASSOCIATED PRESS: Anti-Trump groups stick to resist tactics despite shooting

Murshed Zaheed, political director of the liberal group Credo, said it took Trump three days to tweet about a white supremacist who allegedly fatally stabbed two men in Portland, Oregon, who had tried to get him to stop harassing Muslim women on a train. “It’s not really an even-handed situation where you can compare both sides,” Zaheed said.

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