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Congresswoman Maxine Waters Endorses Jan Perry for U.S. House of Representatives

LOS ANGELES – Congresswoman Maxine Waters has endorsed Jan Perry’s campaign to become the next member of the U.S. House of Representatives for District 37, the seat vacated by Rep. Karen Bass. Waters is considered by many to be one of the most effective and influential women in American politics. She has a proven track record as a fearless and outspoken advocate for women, children, people of color and the poor.
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Maxine Waters isolating after testing positive for COVID

Congresswoman Maxine Waters is isolating after testing positive for COVID-19.Waters released the following statement after receiving a positive result for COVID-19."Today, I have received a positive test result for COVID," she said. "I am currently isolating and have no symptoms. I am following all protocols as recommended by the Office of the Attending Physician and CDC guidance."Waters said she is grateful to be fully vaccinated and to have received two booster shots. She also recommended everyone to get vaccinated if they have not been already.The diagnosis comes a day after Vice President Kamala Harris announced she had tested positive for COVID.
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Rep. Maxine Waters tests positive for COVID-19

Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., announced on Wednesday that she has tested positive for COVID-19, but is experiencing no symptoms. Waters said that she is not experiencing COVID-19 symptoms and is currently isolating. "Today, I have received a positive test result for COVID. I am currently isolating and have no symptoms....

Maxine Waters will coast to easy win, but what about the issues in her district

LOS ANGELES – Congresswoman Maxine Waters will coast to an easy win and won’t face grueling questions on issues within her district. This author received a glossy mailer from the Congresswoman highlighting “positive” news throughout Congressional District 43, but folks like myself have more pressing concerns that it would be nice to hear her position on.

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey fires back at Dem Rep. Maxine Waters over 'racist' ad claim

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey on Monday shot back at Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., after the liberal congresswoman derided the governor’s campaign ad as "racist." "This is plain racist ignorance in your face," Waters said during an appearance on MSNBC on Easter Sunday. "And so, when you talk about responding, it’s more like ignoring and keeping up the fight against racism and discrimination and making sure that we do everything we can to get those who are elected out of office and elect progressive people."

Maxine Waters adds to daughter’s $1.2M in campaign payouts after latest $24K windfall

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) shelled out $24,000 in campaign funds to her daughter for work on the lawmaker’s re-election campaign in the first quarter of this year, according to records from the Federal Election Commission.  The records indicate that Karen Waters was paid by her mother’s campaign committee, “Citizens for Waters,” in installments of $5,000 and $3,000 for “slate mailer management” fees. Karen Waters was paid a total of $8,000 on Jan. 5, Jan. 31 and March 21. In all, the younger Waters has received more than $1.2 million since 2003 for campaign services, according to Fox News. During fiscal year 2021,...

Rep. Maxine Waters: We need to re-envision affordable housing

A majority of Californians say affordable housing is an issue in their neighborhood. A recent PPIC Statewide Survey titled Californians and Their Government found that 64% of adults said it was a big issue, with 71% agreeing in Los Angeles. Affordable housing in Los Angeles currently costs about $600,000 per...
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Maxine Waters Tells Homeless To “Go Home”

CALIFORNIA—Congresswoman Maxine Waters of California made comments for the homeless in her district to go home and later asked a Los Angeles Times reporter not to cover the story. Members of the homeless community were notified after someone posted on social media that Vouchers for Section 8 housing would...

Rep. Maxine Waters tells homeless people ‘to go home’

The nonprofit advocacy group had planned three events at a South Los Angeles office to help unhoused people obtain emergency shelter. Nothing more. Nothing less. But then an unofficial social media post erroneously promised that those who showed up would get rare vouchers for permanent, subsidized housing. And Fathers and Mothers Who Care was swamped. Homeless people lined up on a corner in West Athens before daybreak on Friday and Tuesday only to have their hopes dashed.