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Barack Obama


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Tammy Baldwin


During her tenure in the House, Tammy Baldwin proved she's a fighter for working people. Now, she's taking her fight to the U.S. Senate, where she aims to keep this Wisconsin seat blue and become the first openly LGBT U.S. senator.

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Sherrod Brown


Sherrod Brown, the senior Senator from Ohio, is running for his second term to stand up for progressive values in Washington, DC. Senator Brown has become the target of attack ads from SuperPACs spending millions of dollars against his re-election. We can fight back by giving Sherrod Brown the support he needs.

Please contribute to Sherrod Brown now.

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Martin Heinrich


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Mazie Hirono


Mazie Hirono is has proven her progressive chops since she began her political career in the Hawaii legislature and as a member of the House of Representatives. She won't just keep this Senate seat blue, she'll be a strong progressive voice there.

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Chris Murphy


Last year, Chris Murphy stepped up to finish what we started in 2006, and announced he would lead the charge against Joe Lieberman in the Democratic primary in 2012. Not long afterward, Lieberman announced his retirement.

Now we need to make sure Lieberman is replaced with a true progressive Democrat.

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Elizabeth Warren


No one scares Wall Street like Elizabeth Warren, and that's why Wall Street lobbyists have gone into overdrive to stop her from becoming the next U.S. senator from Massachusetts.

We need to make sure she has the grassroots support she needs in order to overcome the forces of Wall Street greed.

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Ami Bera


Ami Bera held odious Republican Dan Lungren to only 50.1% of the vote in 2010. Now, in a better year and with a district far more favorable to Democrats, this is one of the best pickup opportunities for team blue anywhere in the country.

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Kathryn Boockvar


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Lois Frankel


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Joe Garcia


Joe Garcia is running against one of the most corrupt Republicans in the House—and you know that's saying something! Even though Florida is a swing state, only 6 of its 25 members of Congress are Democrats. Let's change that!

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David Gill


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Jim Graves


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Jose Hernandez


Jose Hernandez went from picking tomatoes in California fields, to space as a Shuttle astronaut. The kind of work and dedication that allowed him to overcome insurmountable odds will serve him well in his bid for Congress against Republican Rep. Jeff Dunham.

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Pat Kreitlow


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Ann McLane Kuster


Annie Kuster is an outspoken progressive dedicated to grassroots campaigning. She is running for Congress is one of the most winnable districts in the country this year.

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Alan Lowenthal


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Sean Patrick Maloney


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Patrick Murphy


Patrick Murphy is running to unseat none other than Allen West, the tea party's favorite conservative and the most odious Republican in Congress. Let's make West's first term his last.

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Rick Nolan


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Carol Shea-Porter


Carol Shea-Porter is a proven progressive waging a comeback bid for the seat she held from 2007 to 2011. Polling shows her with an edge over her freshman Republican opponent.

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Betty Sue Sutton


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Mark Takano


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Manan Trivedi


Manan Trivedi, who ran a great race in 2010 despite the tough headwinds, is back for a second shot at this seat. Even though Republicans tried to shore it up in redistricting, it still went for Barack Obama by a 53-46 margin.

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Mainers United for Marriage

Marylanders for Marriage Equality

Minnesotans United for All Families

Washington United for Marriage

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