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  • Louisiana High School Democrats

    Louisiana High School Democrats

    Our goals are to expand the Democratic Party to the youth, promote the ideas and values of the party, and help elect democratic candidates on the local, state, and national levels. Our aim is to engage young people in the political process and, hopefully, produce a more awakened and informed future electorate.

  • Stonewall Democrats of Arizona

    Stonewall Democrats of Arizona

    Stonewall Democrats of Arizona is Arizona's only statewide LGBTQI Democratic organization. We are currently registered with and recognized by the State of Arizona as a Political Action Committee (for/against committee) and with the federal government as a 527 organization.

  • High School Democrats of Missouri

    High School Democrats of Missouri

    High School Democrats of Missouri (MOHSD) is a student-run organization committing to promoting progressive politics. It is a gateway for students who want to get involved in Democratic politics. MOHSD has members across the state fighting for what they believe in.

  • Action Together Massachusetts

    Action Together Massachusetts

    Action Together Massachusetts (ATMA) is a women-founded and women-led organization working to support and strengthen the ideals of American democracy. Our goal is to create a politically and socially engaged community that holds itself, elected officials, and institutions accountable for fulfilling the promise of our diverse, democratic nation.

    To achieve this, we provide and encourage a variety of civic and legislative actions, connect members with events, resources and training opportunities, establish regular contacts with legislators and other decision makers, and work in all ways to ensure our collective voices are heard from the workplace to the halls of Congress.

    The ATMA network includes nine regional groups that span the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as well as a statewide group that includes members from each region.

    Across our regional groups, ATMA’s work is centered on four priorities:

    • Connect and share as a community
    • Network to build partnerships and alliances with each other, existing progressive groups, and our local, state and national legislators
    • Learn about issues, legislation and opportunities for action
    • Act in order to make a real impact and improve our Commonwealth and our nation

    In all areas, ATMA stands for equal rights, religious tolerance, freedom of the press, science, inclusivity, social justice, economic freedom, and fundamental human decency.

  • Massachusetts Together We Can

    Massachusetts Together We Can

    Welcome to Massachusetts Together We Can. We are a grassroots organization of people who have come together because of the increasing threat to our civil liberties, to human rights, guaranteed in our Constitution. We share the belief that each of us has an active role in preserving democracy. Through our votes and our voices, we are the critical check in the balance of power. As activists, we engage in peaceful protest and outreach to local, state, and federal elected representatives. At the same time, we participate in political campaigns in Massachusetts and around the country, supporting candidates who share our belief in equality and justice for all people.

  • Together We Will RVA

    Together We Will RVA

    Together We Will RVA is a community-based action group. Our mission is to connect members with local philanthropic and political organizations and foster grassroots efforts for progressive change with an emphasis on activism training, dismantling oppression, elevating members of under-represented groups to leadership, and supporting progressive leaders who most exemplify our core values. We believe we are stronger together.

  • Together We Will Albany Berkeley

    Together We Will Albany Berkeley

    We are a local group, supporting each other in ongoing non-violent activism to protect our democracy and resist the Trump agenda.

  • Indivisible Massachusetts

    Indivisible Massachusetts

    Indivisible MA is an all-volunteer, collaborative effort of 200+ Indivisible groups across the Commonwealth. Our goal is to amplify our collective work.

  • Suit Up Maine

    Suit Up Maine

    Suit Up Maine is a statewide, all-volunteer, progressive, grassroots group of more than 5,400 Mainers that seeks to create and foster a more informed and engaged electorate. We work to raise awareness of and advocate for policies and legislation that promote equity and equality in civil rights, social justice, health care, the environment, education, the economy, and other areas that affect the lives of all people. We are beholden to issues and action, not parties or politicians, and we aren’t engaged in fundraising. Suit Up Maine (SUM) pursues our mission through calls to action and connections with more than 100 other progressive groups and organizations in Maine who are rising up in non-violent resistance to a regressive agenda. We believe our government works better with a more informed and engaged electorate and all our actions are designed to foster civic engagement.

  • Indivisible Alabama

    Indivisible Alabama

    No, You don't have to live in Alabama. Everyone who shares the following values is Welcome! Indivisible Values: Resist Trump’s agenda. We believe Trump’s agenda is racist, misogynistic, authoritarian and corrupt, and it must be stopped. Embrace progressive values. We model inclusion, respect and fairness in all of our actions. Coordinate and collaborate. We partner with other Indivisible groups on advocacy, elections and national Indivisible campaigns. Build a strong and strategic movement. We focus our efforts to maximize our impact, winning progressive policy victories and taking power at the local, state and federal level.

  • Postcards to Voters

    Postcards to Voters

    Postcards to Voters are friendly, handwritten reminders from volunteers to targeted voters giving Democrats a winning edge in close, key races coast to coast.

  • Women's March Connecticut

    Women's March Connecticut

    We are a large group of women throughout the State of Connecticut who woke up on November 9th with the realization that something unique had occurred. A call to move from despondency to recovery and resistance, created a need to reach out and join forces that ultimately coalesced in the Women’s March on Washington on January 21st. While, as individuals, we may have joined this effort to organize the Women’s March Connecticut for different reasons, we have organized around three principles:

    • We march to support each other and remind ourselves that we are not alone.
    • We march to send a clear message that the new administration has no mandate.
    • We march to organize for a better future.
  • Oklahoma Progressive Network

    Oklahoma Progressive Network

    The Oklahoma Progressive Network was founded in the buildup and wake of the 2016 Presidential election. A group of highly motivated activists came together to form an environment for Progressive Oklahomans to discuss, plan, and take civic action.

  • Open Progress

    Open Progress

    Open Progress' mission is to end the hold of big money on our government - reaching one citizen at a time. We imagine a world where our leaders are honorable and authentic. Where government is beholden to regular people, not only to the super rich. We believe that every citizen's voice should be heard, and counted.

  • Act 100

    Act 100

    This is a group for people committed to taking action during the 100 days leading up to the Midterms. We'll be suggesting actions, but feel free to take your own.

  • Palm Beach Indivisibles

    Palm Beach Indivisibles

    We are a non-partisan group of activists whose primary goal is to protect what makes America great. As Palm Beach Indivisibles, we use our strategic Winter White House advantage to defend, resist and persist at all levels of the local, state and national government.

  • Vote Forward

    Vote Forward

    Sending a Vote Forward letter is one of the easiest things you can do. It takes two minutes and one stamp, and meaningfully increases the odds that the recipient will vote. A concrete action you can take, no matter where you live, to get unlikely-to-vote registered Democrats to the polls in November.

  • Missoula Rises

    Missoula Rises

    Missoula Rises is a community-led, local group committed to the protection of the rights of our community members. Our group serves Missoula, the Bitterroot Valley and surrounding areas. We seek to effectuate local change with the intent that our local work will eventually have an impact on a larger scale. We are non-partisan and inclusive. Diversity is key. We seek input from all people and understand the success of our message depends on the diversity of voices. Missoula Rises will further the protection of human rights through: education, dialogue, vigilance, accountability and activism.