Mondaire Jones

“I am uniquely good at building coalitions that extend far outside of the progressive movement.”
The first-term progressive plans to run in a new seat in New York City instead.
The Right to Vote Act would allow voters to challenge any restriction of their access to the ballot.
The freshman congressman ripped into the West Virginia senator's op-ed, in which he said he would vote against Democrats' elections reform bill.
Democratic Rep. Mondaire Jones rips the Arkansas Republican's "well-rounded" dog whistle in arguing against D.C. statehood.
The progressive New York Democrat also said President Joe Biden is “doing a tremendous job.”
The suburban New York Democrat has lofty progressive goals. He doesn’t think they conflict with “just getting stuff done.”
Jones and Torres, both of New York, are part of what's been described as a "rainbow wave" of LGBTQ officials who swept to victory Tuesday.
Liberal activists see a chance for a more outspoken champion after Rep. Nita Lowey’s retirement.
Rep. Nita Lowey, a New York Democrat, already faced a primary challenge from attorney Mondaire Jones.