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If we've learned anything this year, it's that we're locked in a long-term struggle to retake our nation from regressive corporate interests and Glenn Beck-loving teabaggers. We need to remain engaged, fighting back those reactionary forces.

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Scott McAdams


After busting his ass as a commercial fisherman in the freezing Bering Sea, Scott McAdams busted his ass teaching kids in his hometown. He's a solid populist with a good take on the issues, and is challenging both a teabagger and a long time member of the GOP leadership. Your donation to McAdams will go far, given his great ads and inexpensive Alaska media.

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Joe Sestak


Admiral Joe Sestak has pulled ahead in the Pennsylvania Senate campaign!

A win here would end Republican hopes of taking control of the Senate, crush the tea party effort to elect extreme right-wingers, and put a good solid Democrat in office. Chip in to support Joe Sestak today!

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Alan Grayson (2010)


You know him, you love him, he's got one of the biggest targets in the Democratic House caucus, as Republicans desperately seek to take him out. You want strong, muscular progressives in the House leading the battle for a better America and better Democratic Party? Then let's give Alan all the support we can spare.

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Raul Grijalva


Congressman Grijalva is the co-chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, and works with us on many issues from the inside. He is in trouble in 2010 not because of of the general political environment, but rather because of his principled stand on Arizona's racist immigration law.

We need to raise only a few thousand dollars so Rep. Grijalva can run a television ad in the final week, and continue working with us in Congress. We can't let someone go down for taking a stand against hatred.

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Suzan DelBene


Suzan DelBene is a good Democrat with a real shot at knocking off Republican incumbent Dave Reichert. The latest poll shows her down only 3%. The surest way to keep the House is to pickup seats like this by defeating Republican incumbents.

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Colleen Hanabusa


Three polls show Colleen Hanabusa in a dead heat with Republican incumbent Charles Djou. This is a huge pickup opportunity, and your contribution can put it over the top.

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Ann McLane Kuster


In 2006, we helped Paul Hodes win this seat. Now that he's running for Senate, we need to help Ann McLane Kuster keep this seat in Democratic hands.

She is our kind of candidate. She supports the public option, card check, non-punitive immigration reform, and environmental regulation. Not only does she want to repeal Don't Ask Don't Tell, she wants to repeal DOMA, and she worked to help bring marriage equality to New Hampshire.

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Joe Garcia


Joe came close to unseating a long-time incumbent in this district in 2008. He came so close, that the incumbent Republican decided to move to a different district rather than face another tough race. This is now an open seat, and one of our best chances to turn a seat Blue in a key and Democratic-trending region.

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Jack Conway Debt Retirement


Kentucky Attorney Gen. Jack Conway has proven that you don't have to be a reactionary Lieberdem to get elected statewide in Kentucky. He is pro-card check, pro-choice, pro-public option, and wants to repeal DADT. He rebuffed efforts by Teabaggers to file suit against the health care law. And he faces an anti-choice, anti-gay, anti-health care reform primary challenger that makes Lieberman look like Bernie Sanders.

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Manan Trivedi


Trivedi was a battle surgeon for the Marine Corps in Iraq, is a solid progressive, and is the people-powered nominee in one of the Democratic Party's top pickup opportunities this year. Read more about Trivedi here:

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Chris Coons


Chris Coons is a good Democrat who is up against the craziest of crazy Republicans--Christina O'Donnell. Get a good win and cancel tea party plans for November by contributing to Chris Coons now.


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Daily Kos

Last night on the Daily Show, and in a White House meeting with progressive bloggers, President Obama came out in favor of reforming the filibuster.

Daily Kos has been at the center of the campaign. We helped start it, educate people on it, build a coalition behind it, and took your petitions to Capitol Hill in meetings with Senate staff.

Contribute to Daily Kos to help keep the community strong, and to support our campaigns, such as reforming the filibuster.

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Bill Halter


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