The Grab Your Wallet Alliance

Donate to the #GrabYourBallot candidates

Goal thermometer

The 33 #GrabYourBallot candidates are all Democrats who are running in especially tight midterm races. Your donation will be divvied up between all 33 of them.*


Other lists we found out there either limited their scope to just the House or included candidates who already have such a huge lead or deep lag that additional funding isn't likely to make much of a difference at this stage.


By contrast, the #GrabYourBallot list focuses exclusively on tossup races where donations can still have a lot of impact. It includes candidates in races for the U.S. House, U.S. Senate, and U.S. governorships. More details about the 33 candidates are here: https://bit.ly/2xVCJau


The list began as 27 candidates and we've expanded it to 33 from there. The candidates have been receiving weekly checks from the #GrabYourBallot fund since it kicked off in early October.


*Note: your donation will be split between 33 candidates as well as the Grab Your Wallet Alliance, the 501c4 that arose out of the movement known as #GrabYourWallet. The alliance is a benevolent, rapid response army of people organized to flex their economic power in ways that promote inclusion and respect. If you'd rather donate just to the candidates, simply click the link in the upper right that says "click here to allocate amounts differently" and zero out the alliance contribution.

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  1. I am a U.S. citizen or lawfully admitted permanent resident (i.e., green card holder).
  2. This contribution is made from my own funds, and funds are not being provided to me by another person or entity for the purpose of making this contribution.
  3. I am making this contribution with my own personal credit card and not with a corporate or business credit card or a card issued to another person.
  4. I am at least eighteen years old.
  5. I am not a federal contractor.
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  7. This contribution is made from my own funds or the funds of an authorizing corporation or other entity, and the funds are not being provided by any other person or entity.
Checks made payable to Sinema for Arizona can also be accepted by mail to P.O. Box 7586, Phoenix, 85011-7586.
Each person is allowed to contribute up $2,000 during the primary election and $2,000 during the general election cycle. A person includes individuals, corporations, partnerships, trusts, associations, and organizations. During the Kansas Legislative Session, only individuals make may contributions, and the campaign may not solicit contributions from registered lobbyists and may not accept contributions from corporations or organizations.
Contributions to Montanans for Tester are not tax deductible.
*Note: if you are a consultant under direct contract to a Federal agency, you may not contribute to Federal candidates or political committees. Or, if you are the sole proprietor of a business with a Federal government contract, you may not make contributions from personal or business funds. But, if you are merely employed by a company (or partnership) with Federal government contracts, you are permitted to make contributions from your personal funds.
If you would prefer to donate by check, please mail to Rosen for Nevada, PO Box 27195, Las Vegas, NV 89126. Contributions to Rosen for Nevada are not tax deductible. An individual or federal PAC may contribute a maximum amount of $2,700/$5,000 per election, the Primary and General being separate elections. Contributions from corporations, labor organization treasury funds, foreign nationals, and federal government contractors are prohibited. Contributions must be made from the contributor’s own funds, not those of another and contributors may not be reimbursed by any other person or entity. Federal law requires us to use best efforts to collect and report the name, mailing address, occupation and employer of individuals whose contributions exceed $200 in an election cycle.
Contributions to the campaign are not deductible for federal income tax purposes. Nevada law requires us to report the name and address of each contributor. Nevada law allows donations up to $10,000 for each individual, corporation, PAC or other entity.