Donate $3 to help us elect Elizabeth Warren's allies in November!

These bold progressive champions are fighting for a bold economic populist agenda: expand Social Security, hold Wall Street accountable, reduce student debt, and reform campaign finance law to give everyday families an increased voice.

They're running in top races win with a real chance of winning. It will take a lot of hard work, but it will be worth it to see these champions in Congress.

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