No Democrat Left Behind Partners with DemCast for Giving Tuesday

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Graphic courtesy of No Dem Left Behind.

No Dem Left Behind has partnered their national coalition of congressional Democratic candidates with the grassroots digital media team DemCast for Giving Tuesday. The two groups hope to highlight the unity of Democrats and how working together across the country will help the party next November. No Dem Left Behind is also raising money for nine candidates across the country running in traditionally Republican districts to help them win their races and have a fighting chance in their races, and Giving Tuesday will be the official day of donation for the coalition.

The dedicated candidates have been selected for their passion and drive to give Democrats in deep red districts a chance to finally be heard in Washington, and to remind this country that this is the party that always has and always will fight for them. DemCast is proud to support No Dem Left Behind’s mission, and No Dem Left Behind is thrilled to be a part of grassroots network that ardently supports a Democratic vision.


DemCast is an advocacy-based 501(c)4 nonprofit. We have made the decision to build a media site free of outside influence. There are no ads. We do not get paid for clicks. If you appreciate our content, please consider a small monthly donation.


The goal at No Dem Left Behind is simple: To give Democratic candidates and voters in red districts an opportunity. An opportunity to have their voices heard in Washington, an opportunity to show the Democratic Party that this country is changing, and an opportunity to prove themselves on a national stage. We owe it to those voters to give them a choice worth voting for, and here at No Dem Left Behind, that’s what we aim to do.

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