This is outrageous. After Tuesday’s primary results, the DCCC added some of the winners to their Red-to-Blue page… but not the progressives who won.
Republican billionaires know their party is going to lose control of Congress in November. So they are working to defeat progressives and make certain friendly conservative DINOs become the nominees of the Democratic Party. We can't let this happen. It's our party, not theirs.
Texas' 10th is a highly gerrymandered district that stretches from Houston to Austin. The problem is, those pesky progressives keep moving into it! This is a district that could very well go Blue. If we do everything we can to make it so.
ME-02 is an all-American blue collar district that is currently held by the GOP. The scenario we've seen elsewhere played here as well: Dem voters picked a populist leader as their candidate over a lukewarm, corporate-friendly Blue Dog. Let's make sure this seat flips REALLY Blue in November!
The Blue America contest for Alan Grayson is still going strong. It ends Saturday, but Please think for a second about how this isn't just about a contest... it's also electing someone to Congress who's shown us what he can do.
This week we're offering one random donor to Alan Grayson's campaign an opportunity to receive a thank you from Blue America in the form of a very rare, double platinum RIAA-certified award for Neil's stunning 1972 masterpiece, HARVEST, his classic 4th studio album:
The DCCC is 'aggressively ignoring progressives' who won their primaries and moved on to the General. Does that seem like a winning strategy to you?
There's been so much buzz about Alexandria Ocasio's massive win over Joe Crowley-- and rightfully so-- that we haven't talked much about Tom Guild's success in making it into the August 28 primary runoff in Oklahoma City.
Another 'Super Tuesday' is here, and we need you to step up to help some really great progressives who are challenging GOP seats - Goal is #BlueTsunami2018!
2018 may be "the year of the woman" but the Gender Identity politics had nothing to do with our decision to endorse these two from Michigan. Both have earned their progressive bona fides in their state houses, and are more than qualified to fight for families in Congress.
It would take a very special Democrat to win in Texas' 36th district. Luckily for us, Dayna Steele is that Democrat. Help her beat an ultra-conservative Republican in November.
It begins...First Super Tuesday primary is tomorrow. Howie lays out what the stakes are... and what does it mean to be a progressive candidate in these races?