Daily* Resource Newsletter

Daily Resource Highlight - 12/05/2022

Posted by Bridge Alliance Education Fund on December 05, 2022

Below are the highlights and featured resources of this past week’s Daily* Resource.

November 29, 2022 - Giving Tuesday: Building the #JediTableFund

Thanksgiving brought a great diversity of Americans together at tables throughout the nation last week, and that’s beautiful. We hope you had a wonderful time with your family and/or friends. Today, we offer you the opportunity to co-create that feeling of connection for America of on #GivingTuesday.

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Daily Resource Highlight - 11/21/2022

Posted by Bridge Alliance Education Fund on November 21, 2022

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November 15, 2022 - Underreported News on the Midterm Elections

I am not proud to admit that I have been glued to the Internet over the past week following various races and vote counts. That included figuring out the best sources for updates on Nevada and Arizona. It is not healthy behavior and I don’t recommend it – even as I continue to do it for uncalled House elections.

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Daily Resource Highlight - 11/14/2022

Posted by Bridge Alliance Education Fund on November 14, 2022

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November 7, 2022 - Election Day is Finally Here – Be Mentally Prepared (in a good way?)

The midterm elections are finally here. By tomorrow night we should have a general sense of how the balance of power has shifted (or not shifted) in Congress and around the country, and shortly after that organizations like Civic Genius will be meeting about Post-Election Action Plans (this Thursday @ 7 PM ET).

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Daily Resource Highlight - 11/07/2022

Posted by Bridge Alliance Education Fund on November 07, 2022

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November 1, 2022 - Anxious to “Do Something” Other Than Donating; We’ve Got You

Like many of you, my inbox is a steady stream of donation requests from one of the two major political parties – and this is after I added filters to get rid of most of them. I am antsy about the upcoming elections, and would like to put my energy to good use, but being treated like a piggy bank isn’t much fun.

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Daily Resource Highlight - 10/31/2022

Posted by Bridge Alliance Education Fund on October 31, 2022

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October 25, 2022 - Two Types of Changes Available These Elections; Cultural and Structural

Elections are right around the corner and this cycle could be instrumental in how we move forward as a democratic republic. That’s because movements like the Safe and Fair Elections Pledge (which you should sign!), are aiming to encourage free and fair elections, regardless of the results.

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Daily Resource Highlight - 10/24/2022

Posted by Bridge Alliance Education Fund on October 24, 2022

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October 18, 2022 - A Peek Beyond November; Podcasts, Debt, Beer, and Federalism

I, like most people, have a bit of a rebellious streak. After all, we’re reformers! And so with my inbox filled with five-alarm fundraising requests and constant news coverage of the upcoming elections….I’d like to turn our attention to some things that will matter today and after November 8th.

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Daily Resource Highlight - 10/10/2022

Posted by Bridge Alliance Education Fund on October 10, 2022

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October 4, 2022 - Turning “Politics” From a Toxic Brew to an Asset with CGC and VPI

In a recent Fulcrum article, Henry Rowland of Veterans for Political Innovation (VPI) likens politics to fission based nuclear power, which comes with toxic byproducts. Fusion based nuclear energy, on the other hand, comes with none of the toxicity of fission. Fusion power is not viable yet, and switching to it would require fundamental restructuring. Similarly, Rowland says, politics can be productive and non-toxic with some fundamental changes to how it works.

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Daily Resource Highlight - 10/03/2022

Posted by Bridge Alliance Education Fund on October 03, 2022

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September 27, 2022 - From Science to Practice: Civic Health Project & Listen First Project Discuss What ACTUALLY Works

Anti-democratic attitudes, support for political violence, and partisan animosity are on the rise in America. It’s an alarming trend, and one that demands solutions.

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Daily Resource Highlight - 09/26/2022

Posted by Bridge Alliance Education Fund on September 26, 2022

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September 20, 2022 - National Voter Registration Day! Election Guides for Businesses; Americans Abroad; Common Grounders; and Everybody Else

I live in New Jersey, but I’m in the Philadelphia media market. As a result, I’m constantly seeing ads about Pennsylvania’s Senate and Governor races. On the other hand, I don’t know who will be on my actual ballot or when I will receive that ballot, let alone who I should vote for. This feels like a problem.

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Daily Resource Highlight - 09/19/2022

Posted by Bridge Alliance Education Fund on September 19, 2022

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September 12, 2022 - Season of Midterm Events

As we move past Labor Day, the coming weeks are filling up quickly with new things to do. There are new routines of workplaces and schools, yet there is also a sense of urgency leading to the 2022 midterm elections. In the Fulcrum “Your Take” last week, we asked about your preparation for the election. Readers responded to questions on how they would help increase voter turnout among their own connections as well as how they believe our systems can be changed to make the voting process easier.

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