Meet our Endorsed Candidates Across 12 States(!)

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Dear Friends, 

We have exciting news: we’ve endorsed game-changing candidates in all 12 states where we’re working to change the balance of power this year.

From Alaska to Florida, each of these candidates is working to improve lives for their communities. There’s a lot at stake: quality, affordable healthcare, safe and accessible voting, and fair maps for the next decade.

Today’s slate of endorsed candidates are ready to fight to ensure a better future, now. Will you help support them and all of our endorsed candidates? Chip in what you can today. Or better yet, send this to three friends and remind them of what’s at stake in our state houses this year. They can stay in touch here.


Adam Wool
An entrepreneur and community leader, Adam has fought for his fellow Fairbanksans in the State House. He is working to advance accessible higher education and quality, affordable healthcare.

Stephen Trimble
A small business owner and third-generation resident of the Sand Lake neighborhood, Stephen is running to advocate for his community and bring hard work and innovation to the State House.

Calvin Schrage
A small business owner and member of his town’s community council, Calvin is running to fight for quality public schools and advocate for all Alaskans.

Liz Snyder
Liz is a public health professional and professor who is running for office to prioritize the needs of her district. She is committed to advocating for quality public education and good jobs for all Alaskans.

Kelly Cooper
A small business owner and leader in local government, Kelly is running to defend quality public education and support good jobs.

Dan Ortiz
Born and raised in Ketchikan, Dan was an educator for over 30 years. In the State House, he is committed to representing his community and fighting for a better future for all Alaskans. 


Patrick Henry 
A lifetime resident of Daytona Beach and former Representative with a track record of advocating for his constituents, Patrick is running to ensure every Floridian has access to a quality education and a good job. 

Pasha Baker
Pasha is a business leader who is deeply involved in her community. She is running to ensure every person in her state has access to quality, affordable healthcare and good education. 

Maureen Porras
For over a decade, Maureen has provided legal services to the most vulnerable and underserved immigrant populations. Now, she’s running to advocate for her community in Tallahassee.


Kelly Breen
Kelly is a lifelong resident of Michigan. She started as a local activist fighting to protect her neighborhood and is running to advocate for her state’s future and working families across Michigan.

Barb Anness
A Trustee for Rochester Community Schools Board of Education and an active PTA leader, Barb is running to advocate for quality schools and improve lives for all Michiganders.


Guthrie Quist 
Guthrie is a small business owner running to protect public lands and invest in education for all Montanans.

Margie MacDonald
In the Senate, Margie has fought for the most vulnerable Montanans and is running to continue working to improve the lives of those in her community.

Chase Gay
Chase Gay is a current law student running to improve lives for all Montanans, particularly those in the rural communities across the state. 

Thank you for being a part of this — together, we can improve lives for Americans across the country.



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