Gone are the days of a Democratic Party advocating austerity, budget cuts, and capitulation to Republican politicians.

Last night was the first general election debate ever where a Democratic candidate called for expanding Social Security, debt-free college, raising taxes on the rich, overturning Citizens United, and opposing bad trade deals like the TPP.

This year, Democrats across the nation are running on a progressive message that inspires voters and that we worked together for years to make central in the national debate. And today's headlines are filled with Republican panic that Democrats might win both Houses of Congress.

Can you chip in $3 to the campaigns of bold progressive candidates who we NEED in Congress to seize this moment: Russ Feingold (WI-Sen), Carol Shea-Porter (NH-1), Zephyr Teachout (NY-19), Rick Nolan (MN-08), and Mike Honda (CA-17) to expand the "Warren wing" in Congress? You can also donate on this page to the PCCC's work electing these and other bold progressives. Donations on this page to the P Street Project will be applied to transition work, including lobbying for presidential appointments with a track record of holding powerful interests accountable.

Donations will be divided evenly among the entities on this page, but you can change that however you like. You can also donate by mail using these links: Russ Feingold (WI-Sen), former Rep. Carol Shea-Porter (NH-1), Zephyr Teachout (NY-19), Mike Honda (CA-17), Rick Nolan (MN-08), and the PCCC's work electing bold progressives.

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