Blue America, Onward And Upward: Good Guys Always Win In The End
The first time he ran for Congress, Alan Grayson lost the primary. Two years later Blue America encouraged him to run again and he did. Derided by the political Establishment in Florida and in DC, he beat their favorite in the primary and went on to beat the incumbent Republican congressman in the November general. He then went on to inspire millions of Americans desperate for political leaders who could and would stand up to the conservative consensus that dominates Beltway politics. And when Grayson lost in 2010, he started working on the 2012 race. Blue America was with him every step of the way.
ARCHIVE: Blue America welcomes the original Netroots candidate, Darcy Burner
Help us fix what's wrong with our country by helping Darcy fix Congress.
Back in 2006, when Blue America was just a young PAC, one congressional candidate seemed to emerge from out of our own ranks, so conversant with the way the new
Meet the Speaker: Blue America Live Blog with Chris Donovan
Beyond Just A Dependable Progressive Vote: Proven Leadership, Meet the Speaker: Chris Donovan's NOT the kind of progressive that sits around "being right" and not getting anything done. Let's get him working for us! Please give what you can to
Alan Grayson’s In– Are You?
Late yesterday Alan Grayson announced that he'd be running for Congress again, in one of the still not fully defined Orlando area districts. Alan was one of the most aggressively courageous and honest Members of Congress any of us has ever come
Live Chat: Blue America Welcomes Ed Potosnak, D-New Jersey
No signs of any rapture in New Jersey this morning yet. In fact, at 11am (PT; 2pm in NJ) Ed Potosnak -- the Blue America-endorsed candidate for the Congressional seat currently being held by health-care hypocrite Leonard Lance -- will be talking
Live Chat: Blue America Welcomes Eric Griego (D-New Mexico)
This week the DCCC spent a quarter million dollars on media in the Buffalo suburbs to advance the candidacy of conservative Democrat Kathy Hochul. Hochul is certainly "better" than her opponent, GOP hack Jane Corwin but does Hochul deserve that kind of expenditure?