In 2022, we needed to mobilize volunteers around both nearby (House and local) and national (state-wide battlegrounds) opportunities to defend and grow progressive majorities. You stepped up to get involved in the most important elections in 2022, from the Senate to your school board. Learn more about how we won in your region below.
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While Arizona and Nevada are the purple hotspots with major statewide races to get involved in, there are opportunities across the West, especially when it comes to keeping the House in Democratic control. What happens in Vegas… affects the rest of the country in a pretty major way for untold years to come, it turns out.Learn more
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Rebuild the Blue Wall! Just kidding, but only sort of. (Build Blue Wall Back Better?) The Midwest will be at the center of it all once again, electorally as well as geographically. We’ll need to shore up our 2020 margins to protect our gains in 2024, especially in major statewide races in Wisconsin and Michigan.Learn more
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The South set the standard for the rest of the nation following Joe Biden, Raphael Warnock, and Jon Ossoff’s 2020 victories in Georgia. Now, it’s time to replicate that success and expand the Georgia model regionwide. Voters throughout the South will have the opportunity to volunteer in their community, with important work to be done from Virginia to Texas, including competitive Senate races in Georgia, Florida, and North Carolina.Learn more
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While this part of our country may look solid blue on an electoral map, a closer look will reveal the pink and orange of many Dunkin’ Donuts signs. In 2022 it will be home to some of the closest and most important races for our majorities in the House and Senate, including big statewide races in Pennsylvania and New Hampshire and competitive House races in almost every state, so there will be no shortage of ways to get involved right in your own backyard.Learn more
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