On Friday, just as Bloomberg was announcing his campaign against Bernie and Elizabeth, Kara Eastman announced she is giving away a campaign donation she received last year from Steyer. In a statement, Kara said "I immediately saw this as an example of the problem of money in politics, an issue that I have campaigned on since the beginning."
How can a candidate running in a district that includes Houston Metro "oil patch" towns be championing the Green New Deal? This can be done!
It’s disturbing how so many of our so-called Democrats are willing to defy the will of the voters and shove "Republican Lite" down our throats, while fantastic progressive fighters for "The People" are marginalized and actively thwarted in their quest to serve. The DCCC Blacklist, for example.
'Beating Trump' is not enough. We need to win up and down the ticket everywhere. To do that, we need to show what it means to be a Democrat. -- Senator Elizabeth Warren
Eva is campaigning on Medicare-For-All, tuition-free public colleges, for the rights of Arizona's indigenous people, a complete immigration overhaul, for the Green New Deal and more!
The experiment of the 1980s didn't work. It's time politicians of the past stop spinning fiction. Our future reality, together, can make a much better story.
"As young Democrats, we support a national boycott of donations to the DCCC until it reverses this blacklist rule and institutes policies that support, not punish, new voices in the Democratic Party. Until this policy is reversed, we urge donors to contribute to individual candidates.”
Georgia's 7th congressional district-- small towns and suburbs in Gwinnett and Forsyth counties northwest of Atlanta-- is going to be an election hot house next year. It's been a red district for a long time that's turning purple. It's now a top tier target for both parties. Blue America has found just the candidate to win there, Marqus Cole. His focus? Voting Rights.
Last cycle progressive fighter Marie Newman narrowly lost the #IL03 seat held by homophobic, anti-woman candidate Dan Lipinski because of last-minute dirty money from "No Labels." This cycle we're going to finish him off, but we need your support to do it.
The 'Blue Wave' of 2018 didn't quite wash every democrat challenging a GOP incumbent in California, but we're endorsing a candidate who almost made it happen in CA-01: Meet Audrey Denney, a progressive who is ready to finish the job she started last cycle.