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A Disease Claims Another Victim; I Lost My Dad to FOX...

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by Kellen Squire My dad’s been my hero for a long time. I don't think that's out of the ordinary for someone that was fortunate enough to grow up with...

I’m Running for Lieutenant Governor- Now Donate to Another Candidate.

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By Kellen Squire Two years ago, you let me stand with you during my run for the House of Delegates, and together, we built a grassroots...

Have Fun With the “Civil War.” I’m All In for Whoever...

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by Kellen Squire Listen- I know it's early. A little under six months until the Presidential primaries are underway; a full year until the Democratic...

My Failure as a Father.

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by Kellen Squire I was born and raised a dumb 'ole Iowa farmboy. It seems like an era so long ago we need carbon dating to...

Burnout Only Happens to Other People. Not to Me.

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by Kellen Squire For almost a decade now, I've been an emergency department nurse. Through the couple years I spent in Pediatric Acute Care, after...

The new reality of primaries in Virginia

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On April 16th, 2018, almost fifteen hundred Albemarle County citizens packed the halls at Monticello High School in Charlottesville, Virginia. They were participating in...

Can Working-Class Candidates Run For Office — and Win?

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by Kellen Squire Tuesday has come and gone, the second post-Trump test of how our Republic would respond to the authoritarian threat that's been looming...

We’re working ourselves to death.

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by Kellen Squire When I graduated from nursing school, I went into my first job ready to take on the world- as many newly-minted RNs...

The Imperative of Progressive Organizing In the “Rest” of Virginia

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by Kellen Squire Senator Creigh Deeds is one of the best-known politicians in the Commonwealth. A person who has sacrificed and given more to his...

Rich teeth, poor teeth- addressing the clearest indicator of economic class...

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By Kellen Squire Just after my daughter graduated from fourth grade, we took her to the dentist for her bi-annual checkup. After a series of...