Help Us Elect These Progressive Champions

Elections matter. Our ability to make progressive change in Massachusetts depends on our electing progressive champions to office -- every office.

In particular, primaries matter.

Whether you're electing ousting a conservative or passive incumbent (of either party) or electing a real champion in an open seat (replacing a retiring one or getting a real progressive upgrade), primaries can send a powerful message.

Massachusetts's state primary is Tuesday, September 4th. Help us send such a message.


MA-01: Tahirah Amatul-Wadud

MA-07: Ayanna Pressley


Suffolk County DA: Rachael Rollins

Middlesex County DA: Donna Patalano

Berkshire County DA: Andrea Harrington


First Middlesex: John Drinkwater

Hampshire, Franklin & Worcester: Chelsea Kline

Norfolk, Bristol & Middlesex: Becca Rausch

Second Essex & Middlesex: Mike Armano

Hampden: Amaad Rivera

Fifth Middlesex: Sam Hammar


1st Barnstable: Steve Leibowitz

2nd Bristol: Jim Hawkins

14th Essex: Christina Minicucci

1st Hampshire: Lindsay Sabadosa

2nd Hampshire: Marie McCourt

6th Middlesex: Maria Robinson

15th Middlesex: Mary Ann Stewart

19th Middlesex: Erika Johnson

23rd Middlesex: Sean Garballey

28th Middlesex: Gerly Adrien

30th Middlesex: Darryn Remillard

36th Middlesex: Sabrina Heisey

15th Norfolk: Tommy Vitolo

7th Plymouth: Kevin Higgins

9th Suffolk: Jon Santiago

15th Suffolk: Nika Elugardo

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