Annie Parry wants to volunteer 2017-02-12 17:24:43 -0500
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Member-at-Large "If she was more left leaning, she would fall over"
After campaigning in Santa Barbara, CA for the Democrats in both 2008 and 2012, taking the oath of US citizenship in 2008 was not something I did lightly. I believe that with such great privilege comes responsibility - even duty to protect the United States and other citizens. When Obama was elected in 2008, I felt safe and hopeful. Combined, I have lived in the US with my US born husband and fellow-dual citizen daughters for almost 2 decades; and, I am grateful that President Obama was Potus for eight of those years, and that Justin Trudeau in Prime Minister in Canada now that I am back in Toronto.
I joined Democrats Abroad before the 2016 election because I wanted to participate in politics with like-minded US citizens. Now I am involved because I fear America's democracy and freedom are under attack and that it will take all concerned to limit and contain the threat.