On September 21 at Huston-Tillotson University, a historically-black college in Austin, progressive congressional candidate Mike Siegel convenes a conference on the Green New De...
Beto O’Rourke has proven to be a leader of the future, a progressive with a skilled way of preaching beyond the choir. We support him, but hope you’ll dig deep to help the down-ticket TX progressives who could really use some extra cash today.
This week we’re asking you to consider helping our Texas and Illinois candidates and leave the others for another time. Let's make sure the progressives get into the Texas runoffs and into the Illinois general election.
Primaries are crucial, especially because each of these candidates is being opposed by conservative, Republican-lite quasi-Democrats from the Republican wing of the Democratic Party. None of them are wealthy and all three are counting on grassroots help from people like us.
The kind of economic populism these progressives are campaigning about is a clear path to victory for enhancing a blue wave in Texas.
Taking back Congress means making inroads in districts like these, despite the gerrymandering. With an extraordinary candidate like Derrick Crowe, TX-21 is a winnable seat, that's urgently needed.
The next time you get a call from the DCCC to help "take back the House!" ask them about this story—repeatedly happening in winnable districts all over the country.
“Gene Green Should Have Been Fired A Long Time Ago” Blue America joins local Latino community leaders in endorsement of Adrian Garcia for Congress.
At the end of May, progressives and reformers had a big win in Texas to celebrate. Texas? Well... sort of sure. El Paso is its own unique little corner of Texas, closer, some people like to say, to Los Angeles than to Houston. And in a different