This morning, many progressives are kicking themselves. (PCCC)

Last night, Yasmine Taeb -- a bold progressive human rights advocate and one of the first candidates we trained a few years ago -- came just 500 votes away from defeating a 40-year corrupt politician who is leader of Virginia Senate Democrats. 

We can't let this happen again in key 2020 primaries that begin now. Progressives can't keep our powder dry -- the fight is on. And more fights will be on very soon. 

Marie Newman (IL-03) is challenging a corrupt conservative "Democrat" who voted against Obamacare and who chairs the Pro-Life Caucus.

Kara Eastman (NE-02) defeated an old white pro-life, pro-corporate DCCC candidate in the primary, and won 49% in the general. She's running again to finish the job.

We helped elect Katie Porter (CA-45) in 2018 when she flipped her California swing district blue. Now, she's a top Republican target facing a tough re-election.

Can you chip in $3 to Marie Newman, Kara Eastman, Katie Porter, and the PCCC's work to propel them and progressive candidates like them to victory across the country?

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