Election Day is November 3 - less than 100 days away. It's time to VOTE for the country and future we need

Join Sen. Bernie Sanders and an incredible lineup of People's Action leaders on Monday, August 3 from 8-9:30 p.m. Eastern Time as we announce our slate of endorsed candidates at our massive Get Out the Vote launch event!

Along with Bernie, you'll get to meet People's Action leaders and officials who have won with our support. 

Find out how you can volunteer now, wherever you are, to join our weekly text banks and phone banks to win in November. 

Our Movement Politics program is stronger than ever.  Since 2016, People’s Action has helped elect over 350 people. You have the power to tip the balance of power in cities, states, and across the country. Join us Aug. 3 to find out how!

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Our Candidates

People's Action's endorsed candidates are running movement politics, people-powered campaigns and will fight for the People’s Action People’s Platform once elected.

California

Jackie Fielder, SD 11

Fatima Iqbal-Zubair, State Assembly District 64

Nithya Raman, LA City Council

Kevine Boggess, San Francisco Board of Education

Connie Chan, San Francisco City and County Board of Supervisors, District 1

John Avalos, San Francisco City and County Board of Supervisors, District 11

Massachusetts

Sean Mullan, State House, 9th Hampden District

Adam Gomez, State Senate, Hampden District

Minnesota

New Hampshire

Andru Volinsky, Governor

Carlos Cardona, State Representative (Belknap 03)

Renny Cushing, State Representative (Rockingham 21)

Nikki Fordey, State Representative (Hillsborough 20)

Cam Kenney, State Representative (Strafford County 6)

Mark King, State Representative (Hillsborough 33)

Nicole Klein Knight, State Representative (Hillsborough 11)

Tony Labranche, State Representative (Hillsborough 22)

Laura Lynch, State Representative (Hillsborough 25)

Rebecca McWilliams, State Representative (Merrimack County 27)

Allison Nutting Wong, State Representative (Hillsborough 32)

Marcus Ponce de Leon, State Representative (Hillsborough 12)

Natalie Quevedo, State Representative (Chesire 13)

Michelle Sawyer Mogé, State Representative (Rockingham 06)

Tim Smith, State Representative (Hillsborough 17)

Kris Schultz, State Representative (Merrimack 18)

Marcella Termini, State Representative (Hillsborough 43)

Alejandro Urrutia, State Representative (Hillsborough 37)

Robin Vogt, State Representative (Rockingham 25)

Bonnie Wright, State Representative (Rockingham 08)

Julie Radhakrishnan, (County Commissioner District 3)

New York

Adam Bojak, State Assembly District 149

Sam Fein, State Assembly District 108

Matt Toporowski, Albany County District Attorney

Diana Richardson, State Assembly District 43

Joe Seeman, State Assembly District 112

Kim Smith, State Senate District 61

Thearse McCalmon, State Senate District 49

Pennsylvania

Shanna Danielson, SD-31

Nicole Miller, HD-87

Tara Shakespeare, HD-88

Vermont

David Zuckerman, Governor

Brenda Siegel, Lieutenant Governor

Jubilee McGill, State Representative (Addison-5)

Emma Mulvaney-Stanak, State Representative (Chittenden 6-2)

Taylor Small, State Representative (Chittenden-6-7)

Tanya Vyhovsky, State Representative (Chittenden-8-1)

West Virginia

Wisconsin

JoAnna Bautch, State Assembly District 08

Emily Berge, State Assembly District 68

Kim Butler, State Assembly District 28

Marisabel Cabrera, State Assembly District 09

David Considine, State Assembly District 81

Jodi Emerson, State Assembly District 91

Brian Giles, State Assembly District 69

Josefine Jaynes, State Assembly District 96

Jeff Johnson, State Assembly District 85

Jessica Katzenmeyer, State Assembly District 15

Kriss Marion, State Assembly District 51

Kristina Shelton, State Assembly District 90

Emily Siegrist, State Assembly District 24

Lisa Subeck, State Assembly District 78

Emily Voight, State Assembly District 03

Melissa Winker, State Assembly District 38

Sarah Yacoub, State Assembly District 30

Our Model

Deep Canvass Calls Preliminary Results

People's Action has uncovered powerful effects from a deep canvass model that works over the phone in the age of COVID-19.

See the slides from our recent presentation.

 

MOVEMENT POLITICS

vs.

TRANSACTIONAL POLITICS

ELEVATE PEOPLE POWER

Organize around real relationships in our communities, 1:1’s & direct actions

ELEVATE POWER OF CONCENTRATED WEALTH
ELECT MOVEMENT LEADERS TO PUBLIC OFFICE

Elect people who reflect our life experiences and identities, share our values

VOTE FOR THE LESSER OF TWO EVILS
INCREASE SHARE OF ELECTORATE WITH OUR WORLDVIEW ON RACE

Stop threats to democracy, dismantle barriers that keep people of color from voting, confront candidates with weak on racial justice analysis

ROLL OVER TO DOG-WHISTLE ATTACKS ON CANDIDATES OF COLOR & AVOID TALKING ABOUT RACE
RAISE MONEY FROM THE 99%
BIG MONEY DICTATES OUR ACTION
BUILD & STRENGTHEN ORGANIZATIONS' INFRASTRUCTURE THROUGH ELECTORAL CAMPAIGNS
POP-UP CAMPAIGN SHOPS THAT DISAPPEAR AFTER ELECTION DAY
BOLD ISSUE STANCES INTEGRATED INTO PLATFORMS & ELECTIONS
ONLY THING THAT MATTERS IS "BLUE" CANDIDATE WINNING
EVER-EXPANDING PUBLIC CONTROL OF THE ECONOMY
POLLING IS ONLY WAY TO TEST MESSAGES
USE ELECTIONS TO INVEST IN LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
PAID STAFF MAKE ALL THE DECISIONS AND TAKE ALL KEY ROLES
OUR MOVEMENT, OUR AGENDA, OUR LIBERATION

Politicians will not save us.

A POLITICIAN WILL SAVE US