Whether it’s heading out and knocking on neighbors’ doors or just texting friends from your couch, there’s a way for you to help elect progressives this election.


Progressive campaigns across the country need your help knocking doors, making calls, and getting out the vote. Find an office or a remote opportunity near you and start volunteering.


Texting allows volunteers like you to reach hundreds of voters in minutes to let them know about critical races near them. Plus, you get to have real conversations with fellow progressives!


Voting is the best way to make your voice heard. Register to vote, update your registration, and sign up for election updates (or if you’re already registered, share with friends).


This could be the most consequential election of our lifetimes. Commit to volunteer during The Last Weekend before Election Day or any time before November 6th.


These progressive candidates are ready to take on Trump’s dangerous agenda. They’re up against Republicans under Trump’s thumb and their races are key to saving health care, repealing Trump’s tax scam, and passing gun control.

Democrat Katie Hill, a young, progressive advocate and changemaker vs. Republican Steve Knight, an NRA “A” rated incumbent who votes with Trump 98.7% of the time.

Democrat Andy Kim, a former national security adviser putting people over politics vs. Tom MacArthur, the Republican who wrote the bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act.

Democrat Katie Porter, a progressive who spent decades taking on big banks vs. Republican Mimi Walters, a big oil incumbent who votes with Trump 99% of the time.

Democrat Sean Casten, a progressive scientist and clean energy entrepreneur vs. Republican incumbent Peter Roskam, who played a pivotal role in passing Trump’s tax scam.

Democrat Harley Rouda, an attorney and entrepreneur vs. Dana Rohrabacher, an incumbent Republican known as “Putin’s favorite congressman.”

Democrat Mikie Sherrill, a progressive Navy pilot and mother of four vs. Republican Jay Webber, a career politician who voted against equal pay for women.

Democrat Elissa Slotkin, a former military officer with a bold, progressive agenda vs. Republican Mike Bishop, a Republican incumbent who voted for Trump’s tax scam and ACA repeal.

Democrat Jennifer Wexton, a champion for civil rights and defending our democracy vs. Republican Barbara Comstock, an incumbent Republican who wants to repeal the Affordable Care Act and Roe v. Wade.

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