Rogan’s List -October 27, 2023

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October 27, 2023Ford/UAW deal, guest worker issues, vetting school board members, and more!


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  • SUPPORT MAUI RESIDENTS, EXTEND EVICTION MORATORIUMHawai’i governor Josh Green has announced that all of West Maui, with the exception of Lahaina, will reopen to tourists on November 1st. This reopening will be followed by the expiration of Maui’s eviction moratorium and rent freeze on November 6th. Meanwhile, thousands of residents are still living in hotels, and others who may not have lost their homes in the August wildfire are being displaced through rent hikes, losing their source of income, or falling into a neglected group of Maui residents who were impacted by the fire yet do not qualify for assistance or relief. For those of us with the means, let’s support Maui residents by donating directly to Maui’s Mutual Aid Fund, or Maui individuals and families at the Maui Rapid Response website. Then, let’s contact Governor Josh Green and ask him to extend Maui’s eviction moratorium and rent freeze: phone: (808) 586-0034 or email.

  • VETTING SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES FOR FAR-RIGHT BIASSome far-right school board candidates are trying to distance themselves from groups like Moms for Liberty, but they still can’t hide their extreme bias.  Far-right candidates are abounding all over the country.  Here are some examples, in TX, in CO, in PAWA, and IA.  Our School USA, a group “dedicated to empowering parents, students, and community members to protect quality public education for all students”, has created an interactive graphic to help us discern if our school board candidates lean to the extreme right.  Let’s check this out and be savvy when we assess these candidates.


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  • INCREASE VOTER TURNOUT WITH FRIEND-TO-FRIEND TEXTINGAs election season heats up, it is so important to get out the vote and one of the best ways to do that is through our own networks. A Columbia University study showed that texts between friends were over 8 % more effective in getting out the vote than traditional  outreach efforts.  wow, with the SWIPEBLUE app we have an easy way to to try this for ourselves, increase progressive turnout and win! We can start by downloading the app here, matching our contacts with our local voter files, then swiping and reminding our friends to get out and vote!

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