South Texas Deserves A Representative Who Knows Their Stories, (and gives a damn about the people they swore to serve) Guest post by Blue America's latest endorsee, South Texas Progressive Jessica Cisneros.
FUN FACT! If Texas turns blue, the Republicans will no longer have a path to victory in presidential elections. (Yes, that's right!)
A guest essay by Miles Taylor and Christine Todd Whitman suggests a Republican takeover of the Democratic Party is coming.
This is the beginning of the final FEC quarter of 2021. So far the DCCC has kept out of the CA-21 primary and haven't leaned towards any of the conservative candidates. That's a good thing-- and Blue America wants to keep it that way. We feel certain that as long as Bryan can show a strong last quarter-- that started this week-- the DCCC will do what they promised: hands off the primary. So please, consider contributing to Bryan's campaign. In a grassroots campaign no amount is too small.
"We need a new strategy. We have never, to my knowledge, had a well-resourced campaign for this seat that prioritized energizing and growing our core base instead of trying to flip someone else’s base. We’re building it, and not only can we win this way, but we’re building a campaign that will help transform the political landscape here in the process."
Chris believes that health care is a human right and will work hard to achieve universal coverage for all Americans. I asked him to introduce himself with a a guest post. How about reading it and consider contributing to his campaign by clicking on the thermometer in the post?
Do you like what you've been seeing from members like Cori Bush, Mondaire Jones, Marie Newman and Jamaal Bowman, all freshmen we endorsed last cycle? I believe Mike will be another champion like they are.
In 2018, the DCCC put its hopes in a conservative Democrat, Amy McGrath, who lost to incumbent Andy Barr, after announcing she was looking forward to working with Trump. This year's Democratic candidate is high school chemistry teacher Chris Preece who is more likely to talk about working with Bernie than with Trump.
Last year McCarthy outspent his opponent $24,265,583 to $1,665,373. This year, Bruno intends to raise enough for a serious challenge. Please watch Bruno's announcement video, read his guest post below, and contribute what you can.
You want to see a more functional progressive movement inside Congress? Blue America is counting on Nina.
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