Christine Todd Whitman and James J. Florio NJ.com April 10, 2022 Government serves many purposes. As former governors, we led debates about what programs, priorities and initiatives it should undertake, but at the core of government is the ability to conceive of and carry forward bold, transformative projects that provide broad benefit to citizens. Few things are as transformative as ensuring access to clean water. [...]
CHRISTINE TODD WHITMAN and LEON PANETTA Politico.com January 28, 2022 [...]
It is time for our nation's leaders to stop spreading conspiracy theories and start getting serious about protecting the freedom to vote.
Immediately following his impeachment acquittal, former President Donald Trump issued a statement saying his movement "has only just begun." He is right about one thing: Something has only just begun, but it's not another chapter of the conspiracies and lies to which Trump clings. The movement that just got kicked into high gear is an era of accountability.
Following four years of regulatory rollbacks from a president determined to ignore the pressing reality of climate change, President Joe Biden’s first few weeks in office are a welcome change.
January 6 revealed a great deal about this moment in history—about the present dangers to our democracy, the clear physical and literal threats to our system and the current health of our republic.
Rather than calming, the president is rubbing ‘rhetorical salt in our country’s open wound of racism.’
President Donald Trump's decision to block Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, from appearing before the House of Representatives is ludicrous.
Christine Todd Whitman, Former Republican Governor (NJ) and Former George W. Bush Cabinet Member, and Tom Daschle, Former Democratic Majority Leader of the Senate, share why engaging our differences help us to make better decisions.
Around the country, the American public is faced with the reality that yet again, a woman will not achieve the presidency this election cycle. When examining why a woman has yet to obtain the highest office of the land, we need to acknowledge the role that money plays in politics.