Pelosi is raising tons of cash for #AZ-01's Blue Dog Incumbent in an attempt to stymie progressive Eva Putzova, just like she tried against Jamaal Bowman last month. Howie thinks it's important to remind people not just what Eva stands for-- Medicare-for-All, a Green New Deal, and lots more-- but also reveal what the incumbent Pelosi is supporting stands for.
Mike Siegel for #TX-10: "It shouldn't be this way. Racism may be the "original sin" of the United States, as some have said, but it does not have to be our destiny."
Mondaire is a progressive champion running on a platform of Medicare for All, a Green New Deal, and student loan forgiveness. In fact, he is the only candidate in his race running on these issues. So, we need to WIN this seat!
Kara Eastman: "Blue America invested in my race when no one thought I had a chance. It was transformative. The grassroots support turned my race around in 2018 and I am proud to partner with them towards a win in 2020. Together, we can fight for and win on issues like Medicare for All and a Green New Deal."
Most people know that Bernie beat Hillary in every single West Virginia county, but fewer people know he also garnered more votes than Trump did in many of them. West Virginia voters are a lot more progressive than people think.
Marianne informs we're living in an age where "Profit Overrides Decency.” We don’t have to live like this. There is a better way, within our power to create. In fact, it’s in the Constitution.
Jim Harper-- the candidate endorsed by Blue America-- has a sterling progressive platform built on planks like the Green New Deal, Medicare-for-All, campaign finance reform and criminal justice reform.
Grassroots campaigns have two new handicaps: grassroots funds from small donors has largely dried up because of financial uncertainty and grassroots campaign strategies have been upended by pandemic best practices.
Georgette Gomez made headlines as the first queer latina elected to the San Diego City Council and 2 years ago, she was unanimously elected president of that body -- she's used her relationships to further progressive initiatives successfully. Now she's ready to help do the same in Congress. Let's get her there.
Mckayla Wilkes is running to take power back from special interests and be a representative who is responsive to her constituents. The ones Steny Hoyer has long ago turned his back on.
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