AOC: If you're a small-dollar donor: pause your donations to the DCCC & give directly to swing candidates. (PCCC)

Over the objections of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, the DCCC is threatening to blacklist any consultant who works with the next AOC, Ayanna Pressley, or Ro Khanna. We need your help to ensure that we carry bold progressive energy into 2020!


Can you chip in to support these bold progressives?

  • Kara Eastman (NE-02) got 49% against a Republican with almost no help from the DCCC in 2018. She’s running again, and with our help she’ll win!
  • Katie Porter (CA-45) won a big primary and then flipped a red seat blue. She’s a top Republican target. She grilled the CEO of Equifax for allowing millions of people's private data to be insecure -- getting him to admit hypocrisy shortly before resigning. (She's Elizabeth Warren's protege in every way!)
  • Mike Levin (CA-49) won a big primary and then flipped a red seat blue. He was the first member of Congress from a red-to-blue district to endorse AOC’s Green New Deal.

 

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