“Always hot, never iced,” said Sarah McBride, despite the sweltering July weather in Washington, DC, as we sat down in a coffee shop just a couple hundred yards from the White House. Her coffee preference belies her cool public image; McBride has developed a reputation for handling intense situations with exceeding grace. She had driven down for just a few hours to give a talk before heading home to Wilmington, Delaware, where just the […]
— Human Rights Campaign (@HRC) July 20, 2019
Democracy only works when our government sees and hears all of us. Had a great time moderating this panel on the political impact of the US Census with some amazing advocates.
Also, I learned that Delaware loses $10 million dollars a year bc of undercounting in the US Census. https://t.co/JK2Y3KLYUo
— Sarah McBride (@SarahEMcBride) August 6, 2019