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Trump and GOP officials ignored an existing system that already has thousands of Republican candidates as clients.
Progressive groups have already raised over $2 million for future campaigns.
Contributions are flowing to Democratic Party committees and candidates at record levels.
ActBlue helps small-dollar donors give repeatedly to progressive candidates.
Crowdpac is spearheaded by Bonica and Steve Hilton, a former aide to British Prime Minister David Cameron. Hilton told The
I've just received an email solicitation from Charles Chamberlain at DFA, asking that I contribute to help keep the ActBlue
And right then and there he won my vote. If President Obama agrees to a deal that would give the Koch Brothers, Rupert Murdoch
To be a hero, Genachowski needs to reject the forthcoming "industry consensus" from ITI as wholly inadequate and announce he will call for a vote on his "Third Way" Proposal in September as the only way to protect consumers.
40 days from today - on May 18 - we will see two HUGE primaries for U.S. Senate. Even if you're not from either of these two states, these races impact Democrats across the country and, well, the entire country as a whole.
Please head over to the Expand the Map! ActBlue page and contribute whatever you are able to these terrific Democratic candidates
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Today, I kicked off the 2010 edition of the Expand the Map! ActBlue page with three Democratic candidates for Senate.
The new tech wave in politics is now going a step further: Democrats are raising money directly on Twitter. Read more on
85% of Pennsylvanian respondents and 86% of respondents nationally want Democratic Congressman Joe Sestak to challenge Arlen Specter in the 2010 Democratic Senate primary.
In Ohio, we have one of the few House races that is still too close to call. Progressive champion Mary Jo Kilroy is currently down only 146 votes to Republican Steve Stivers.