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This is How Student Debt is Hurting Our Communities #WalkWithME
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This is How Student Debt is Hurting Our Communities #WalkWithME

August 8th, 2014 | by Blue Nation Review
Guest post by Shenna BellowsOne of the most important questions on my 350-mile Walk Across Maine is where to sleep at night. On Tuesday, I stayed with Colin and Claire in Oxford. They hosted a house party and provided local craft...
Father of Two Laid Off, the CEO got a 29 percent raise #WalkWithME 10
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Father of Two Laid Off, the CEO got a 29 percent raise #WalkWithME 10

August 5th, 2014 | by Blue Nation Review
Guest post by Shenna Bellows Walking through West Gardiner with my husband Brandon on Sunday, I met a man named Rich who had two bottles of water and a story for us. He said he had heard about the 350-mile Walk Across Maine for...
Exclusive: Shenna Bellows #WalkWithMe Journal No. 9
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Exclusive: Shenna Bellows #WalkWithMe Journal No. 9

August 2nd, 2014 | by Blue Nation Review
Guest post by Shenna Bellows As I continue the Walk Across Maine for Jobs and the Economy and talk to more voters, the same few issues keep coming up. Without a Social Security benefit increase, too many Mainers — and too...
Exclusive: Shenna Bellows #WalkWithME journal No. 8
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Exclusive: Shenna Bellows #WalkWithME journal No. 8

July 31st, 2014 | by Blue Nation Review
Guest post from Shenna Bellows Our Walk Across Maine for Jobs and the Economy has been going stronger every day since our July 20 kickoff in Houlton, and there’s a very real sense of momentum growing. I held a press...
Exclusive: Shenna Bellows #WalkWithME journal No. 7
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Exclusive: Shenna Bellows #WalkWithME journal No. 7

July 29th, 2014 | by Blue Nation Review
Guest post by Shenna Bellows For all you non-Mainers following our Walk Across Maine for Jobs and the Economy, here’s a quick geography lesson: Bangor is the furthest north you’ll find 30,000 people in one place....
Exclusive: Shenna’s #WalkWithME Day 6&7
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Exclusive: Shenna’s #WalkWithME Day 6&7

July 28th, 2014 | by Blue Nation Review
Guest post by Shenna Bellows The last two days of my Walk Across Maine for Jobs and the Economy have shown me more than ever how important working class values are to this election. On Friday I walked through Lincoln with state...
Airplanes, awfuls, authorship and Appeals court – the week in review
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Airplanes, awfuls, authorship and Appeals court – the week in review

July 26th, 2014 | by Joe Williams
As fighting in Israel and Ukraine raged on, dominating the headlines, the political news on the home front this week vacillated between tragedy and farce, sometimes in the same story. There were twin Obamacare rulings on the same...
BNR Exclusive: Shenna Bellows #WalkWithME Day 5
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BNR Exclusive: Shenna Bellows #WalkWithME Day 5

July 26th, 2014 | by Blue Nation Review
Guest post by Shenna Bellows I was in Mattawamkeag on Thursday on my Walk Across Maine for Jobs and the Economy. We had a great turnout at our town hall meeting, and the same thing was on a lot of voters’ minds: Social...
BNR Exclusive: Shenna Bellows #WalkWithME trek across Maine Day 4
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BNR Exclusive: Shenna Bellows #WalkWithME trek across Maine Day 4

July 24th, 2014 | by Blue Nation Review
Guest post by Shenna Bellows Yesterday morning we woke up at 6:00 a.m. to start a 20-mile stretch on my Walk Across Maine for Jobs and the Economy. Two miles in, we hit our 50-mile mark, took a few pictures, celebrated with a...
Exclusive: Shenna Bellows #WalkWithME Day 3
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Exclusive: Shenna Bellows #WalkWithME Day 3

July 23rd, 2014 | by Blue Nation Review
Guest post by Shenna Bellows Running for Senate is hard work, that isn’t shocking. No one ever told me that walking for Senate would be this rewarding. We’re up early to beat the thunderstorms today for my Walk Across...