Leah Daughtry
 

2022

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DNC Considering New Criteria That Could Kill NH’s FITN Primary

Rules committee member Leah Daughtry, who once ran the DNC’s Convention Committee, said that while the proposal is still in the discussion phase, “we cannot be stuck in a 50-year-old calendar when we’re trying to win 2022 and 2024 elections. It has to be an ever-evolving process.”

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Leah Daughtry
 

2022

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Democratic Party eyes changes that would shake up early presidential primary states

"We cannot be stuck in a 50-year-old calendar when we're trying to win 2022 and 2024 elections," DNC member Leah Daughtry of New York said Monday during the virtual meeting. "It has to be an ever-evolving process."

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Leah Daughtry
 

2022

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DNC leaders discuss possible changes to presidential nominating calendar

"We cannot be stuck in a 50-year-old calendar when we're trying to win 2022 and 2024 elections ... It has to be an ever-evolving process," said Leah Daughtry, who was the CEO of the 2016 and 2008 Democratic National Convention Committees.

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Leah Daughtry
 

2022

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Iowa’s caucus future gets murkier

What they're saying: RBC member Leah Daughtry, the former CEO of the Democratic National Convention Committee, said that changing electorate necessitates the review because Democrats "cannot be stuck in a 50-year-old calendar" when trying to win modern elections.

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Leah Daughtry
 

2022

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Democrats move closer to significantly altering their presidential nominating process

Leah Daughtry, another member of the committee, said, "We cannot be stuck in a 50-year-old calendar when we are trying to win 2022 and 2024 elections. This has to be an ever-evolving process."

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Leah Daughtry
 

2022

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Supporters Rally Outside US Supreme Court During Jackson Confirmation Hearing

People rallied outside the US Supreme Court on Monday, March 21, as the Senate Judiciary Committee began four days of hearings on the nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the highest US court. Among the speakers was Reverend Leah Daughtry, who praised the crowd for their continued support. “Because you kept lifting your voices, Judge Katari Brown Jackson becoming Justice Jackson is possible,” she said, as supporters cheered. On February 25, US President Joe Biden nominated Jackson to become the first black woman to sit on the nation’s highest court in its 232-year history. Credit: Brandon Cahee via Storyful

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Leah Daughtry
 

2022

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Pride, joy, inspiration, validation: What Black women see in Ketanji Brown Jackson’s nomination

“This moment for me is both a symbol for our children, for our nation, that a Black woman can serve on the Supreme Court. And it is substance. “She is bringing her lived experience, what it means to be a public defender, what it means to be a judge, what it means to be a Black woman to the bench, a perspective that we have never had in 233 years on the Supreme Court.”

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Leah Daughtry
 

2022

Leah Daughtry
 

Featured

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Reverend Leah Daughtry Explains Supreme Court Nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Historic Road To Confirmation

Find out more about Ketanji Brown Jackson and how you can support her U.S. Supreme Court nomination by way of Reverend Leah Daughtry below on Get Up! Mornings With Erica Campbell

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Leah Daughtry
 

Faith

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An Ode to ‘Soul Sisters’: African American Religious Women & Their Impact on the Church

I have observed firsthand many protestant women who have defeated the odds—those who have started ministries; those who are now leading successful congregations and women have risen to lead entire denominations (Bishops Vashti Murphy McKenzie and Leah Daughtry come to mind).

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