October 2018: At one free clinic in West Virginia, wellness classes are always packed. Patients of all ages sign up for free lessons on healthy cooking, diabetes management, exercise, and even volunteer to lead classes themselves. Photo for “Obamacare: The big election issue that’s not Trump.” All words both there and here by @rituprasadbbc.
The silent singer.
How many people do not vote anymore in the United States ? 🇺🇸
This man tries to survive, singing in the street of Clarksdale - cradle of the blues.
He does not vote, like thousands men and women in the US.
Because they have a criminal record, because they are too poor, because they do not care about politics and what happen in DC.
This is a huge problem for one of biggest Democracy in the world.
Trump supporters in Indianapolis.
Meeting of the President in Indianapolis during the 2018 midterms campaign.
The crowd outside the high school listened the speech, with enthusiasm.
They were students, retired, veterans ... I was surprised to see this Vietnam veteran, customized with stickers and hat to the Trump’s glory.
After the McCain death, I thought that most of them would not follow the Republicans and this non-soldier elected president.
I was wrong ...
4 states are deciding on some level of legalization of cannabis today..is your state one of them? 🌱Not to mention the importance of bringing the right people into office to effect good change. See what’s on your ballot at link in bio
POWER TO THE PEOPLE 👊🏻
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Trailblazing candidates have broken new barriers this election, changing the face of Congress and statehouses across the US. Women have run in record numbers, and Native Americans, Muslims, Latinos, immigrants, millennials and LGBT candidates have already made history with their campaigns. Here are some of the key people who are diversifying American politics.
Happy Veterans Day. 🇺🇸 "The freshman class of the new Congress will boast the largest number of military veterans in nearly a decade, including a record number of former servicewomen, bolstering a corps of ex-military lawmakers that has been depleted in recent years. More than 150 military veterans ran as either Republicans or Democrats for the U.S. House of Representatives in the #Midterms2018 election, at a time when the number of former servicemen and women in Congress is near a historic low as older members retire or have left for roles in the Trump Administration. Voters elected more than 75 veterans to Congress, said Seth Lynn, a former Marine who serves as executive director of the Veterans Campaign, which has tracked veterans campaigning for the U.S. House for the last decade. Of veterans who won their races, 16 will serve their first terms, outnumbering the freshman class of 14 veterans elected in 2016 and 12 in both 2014 and 2012 Of the 16 rookies, three were women, nearly doubling the number of female veterans already serving in the House and Senate." –– @reuters // 📸: Getty Images