Fund the Movement — North Carolina March’s Beneficiary

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Grassroots to Win in North Carolina

“Those closest to the problem are closest to the solution.”
Rep. Ayanna Pressley

More than 650,000 Democrats didn’t vote in 2020.

Democrats lost statewide races by 1.75%, 1.34% and 0.008%.

North Carolina has been called “the most purple state in America.”

With an open Senate seat, several competitive Congressional races, two state supreme court races, and a Republican legislature heading toward a supermajority, every single vote could make the difference in North Carolina in 2022.

That’s why Lean Left is supporting three grassroots groups that are leading efforts to expand the electorate, win up and down the ballot and build lasting progressive, Democratic power.

County to County (for their innovative paid canvassing program)

Carolina Federation (for their multi-racial and cross-class electoral organizing)

Siembra NC (for their voter registration and canvassing programs in Latinx communities)

Meeting the Leaders
Meet the leaders of these three organizations at Grassroots to Win in North Carolina on Wednesday, April 6, 7-8 pm (your donation will serve as your ticket to the event). Grassroots is co-hosted by Lean Left Vermont and activist groups around the country. More information to come.
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Lean Left Vermont works to elect Democrats and Progressives in key states around the nation. We empower Vermonters to engage in strategic, targeted actions that will flip congressional and state-level seats from red to blue, or keep seats blue.

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