DNC Vice Chair to Keynote at Democratic Summer Meeting Dinner

unnamed (2)The Pa. Dems announced that Democratic National Committee Vice Chair Michael Blake will serve as the keynote speaker at the Keystone Dinner this Saturday.

Blake is a veteran of the Obama administration, Blake served as the Associate Director of Public Engagement and Deputy Associate Director of the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs in the Obama White House

Blake worked for Obama from his Senate campaign, through to his re-election campaign in 2012 where he worked as the national deputy director of Operation Vote.

Currently, Blake is a member of the New York State Assembly, winning election in 2015 replacing Eric Stevenson.

The dinner is the first gathering of the State Democratic Party since Congressional Republicans passed the American Health Care Act through the House as part of their efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act.

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  1. hey guys – no one cares about the susquehanna town school board & the deplorables who live there

      1. If this is true maybe he can hookup with Trump and grab girls my the P***y. Trump says it OK to do that and he’s Pres.

    1. Cole is annoys everyone at state committee. If he isn’t asking to take pictures with everyone, he’s running his mouth about how great he is. It wouldn’t surprise me that he was brash enough to do something with a student, resign and think nothing would ever come out.

        1. Learn to spell thieves. You will need it in future descriptions of Trump family charities.

    2. Hey Pete – We care because Cole Goodman is supposed to be an outstanding young leader of the Democratic Party and then he screws up by messin’ with the kid in high school. We are worried about the future of our Party when people like that are Democratic State Commiteepeople.

  2. I heard while he was on Susquehanna Township School Board, Cole engaged in some improper behavior with a student.

  3. Why did Dauphin county Democratic committeeman Cole Goodman resign from the Sesquhanna Township school board?

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