TogetherFund lifts up candidates who can deliver on a progressive agenda. We are proud to announce our first congressional endorsements of the 2020 cycle:

Joe Biden & Kamala Harris
Joe Biden & Kamala HarrisDemocratic Nominees - President and Vice President of the United States
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At a time when our democracy is at risk and our role in the world is unsteady, America needs unifying and experienced leadership.

Our former Vice President and U.S. Senator from Delaware is a model of servant leadership. But above all, Joe Biden is a deeply empathetic man. His ability to connect with people, informed by his own experiences with personal suffering and enduring faith, makes him the leader we need right now.

Senator Kamala Harris from California is a brilliant, fearless, savvy public servant and tough campaigner. She brings excitement to the ticket, and tenacity to governing. She shares Joe Biden’s view of standing up for the backbone of this country – the truly essential people.

Joe and Kamala are ready to take on the big fights ahead if they win the White House and can make America prosperous and just for all Americans everywhere.

Jaime Harrison
Jaime HarrisonCandidate for Senate - South Carolina
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The son of a single teenage mom, Jaime was raised by his grandparents in historic Orangeburg, South Carolina, and overcame the challenges of grinding poverty with the help of teachers and mentors who believed in him. He is a fierce advocate for progressive causes and isn’t afraid to stand up for those that are all too often ignored.

Jaime’s election to the Senate will ensure that future generations of South Carolinians will be allowed to pursue their own American dream. Because when a rural hospital closes, or coverage for pre-existing conditions is threatened, the health of all South Carolinians is put at risk. Jaime knows what’s at stake. South Carolinians have the chance to replace the wildly out-of-step Lindsey Graham, an elected official who rarely listens to constituents or even visits the state, with Jaime —a bold, visionary leader raising his family in the heart of Columbia.

Lucy McBath
Lucy McBathCongresswoman, Georgia’s 6th District
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The murder of her son Jordan in 2012 was an impetus for Lucy’s gun-control activism and eventual election to Congress in 2018. During her first term, she was an essential part of the team that successfully passed bipartisan gun safety legislation and continues to lead in Washington while standing face-to-face with special interest groups like the NRA.

Congresswoman McBath’s reelection to the House of Representatives will ensure that Georgians continue to have a progressive voice in Congress. Lucy is a bold leader with the life experiences we so desperately need. She is the personification of leading with heart and not doing politics-as-usual in Washington, D.C.

Joe Cunningham
Joe CunninghamCongressman, South Carolina’s 1st District

In 2018, Joe Cunningham became the first Democrat since 1981 to represent the Lowcountry of South Carolina when he won election to the U.S. House. Since he’s been in office, he has worked tirelessly to ban offshore drilling and stop the colossal threat of climate change. A decent, caring, intelligent young father and husband, Joe has high hopes for his young family and community. He is a proven bridge-builder with a broad and inclusive agenda.

 Congressman Cunningham has the intellect, empathy and vision the people of South Carolina’s 1st District deserve in Congress. We worked hard to help him win in 2018; that work continues in 2020.

Jackie Gordon
Jackie GordonNew York’s 2nd District
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Jackie Gordon is an immigrant, veteran, and educator. She served 29 years in the Army, worked for three decades in New York Public Schools, and spent the past 12 years as a local elected official. Simply put, she has dedicated her entire career to making her community better than how she found it.

 Jackie is running for a seat currently held by a Republican in New York’s 2nd district on Long Island. Her election to Congress will ensure that her neighbors will have a representative who puts them first, and all of America will have a voice for generational responsibility and real change in the House.

Theresa Greenfield
Theresa GreenfieldU.S. Senate Iowa
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Theresa has a story that everyone can admire: working while pursuing her college education and raising her children as a single mother when she was left as a young widow, Theresa is the personification of a young striver. She is running for the U.S. Senate in Iowa because she knows first hand the challenges so many Americans face to make their way.

Theresa thinks and acts beyond conventional special interest politics, and she will bring a tough-minded, pragmatic problem-solver’s tenacity to the U.S. Senate. This seat is winnable, and Theresa is the one who can win it.

Lauren Underwood
Lauren UnderwoodCongresswoman, Illinois’ 14th District
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Congresswoman Underwood came to Congress in 2018 as an RN and senior advisor to former President Obama’s Department of Health and Human Services. She brought her first-hand knowledge of healthcare to Washington and worked to propose measures that preserve and expand access to healthcare for every family in Illinois’ 14th congressional district.

 Congresswoman Underwood is an unbossed and unbought voice in the U.S. House of Representatives, dedicated to leaving our communities and planet better than we found them.

Sara Gideon
Sara GideonSpeaker of the Maine House of Representatives Sara Gideon
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As Speaker of the Maine House, Sara Gideon has worked with governors and legislators from both parties to improve the lives of Maine’s citizens. Guided by progressive truths and practical, long-term problem solving, she puts the interests of the people above everything else.

The citizens of Maine deserve a senator who makes politics secondary to principle. Wink-and-nod politics, like those practiced by the incumbent senator Susan Collins, are eroding our democracy with each passing day. Sara Gideon has the experience, integrity and independent-mindedness we need in the U.S. Senate.

Doug Jones
Doug JonesSenator, Alabama
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From bringing justice to the families of the four little girls killed in the Birmingham Church bombing, to his co-sponsorship of the Equality Act and his efforts to bring relief to people suffering from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, Senator Doug Jones consistently puts our country and the people of Alabama first. That has been the hallmark of his public service.

Senator Jones leads from a deep set of personal values, with strong convictions and an ability to search for common ground among those who disagree with him. We need him to continue to fight for a more prosperous and more just society for all Alabamans and all Americans.

Jeanne Shaheen
Jeanne ShaheenSenator, New Hampshire
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As a U.S. Senator, governor, teacher, and the daughter of a shoe factory manager and a church secretary, Senator Jeanne Shaheen’s roots in the Granite State run deep. A fierce advocate and a tireless voice for the people of New Hampshire, she is also the first woman in American history to be elected Governor and U.S. Senator. Her history-making career has been defined by effective advocacy for women, students, working people, and all strivers.

New Hampshire deserves a Senator who will stand up to Donald Trump, Mitch McConnell, and all the forces of division at times of crisis and otherwise. Senator Shaheen meets chaos with calm, and calamity with an even temper and pragmatic resolve. The people of New Hampshire and all of America need her reelection to the U.S. Senate.

Mike Espy
Mike EspyCandidate for Senate, Mississippi
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Mike Espy has lived the American Dream. From humble beginnings, with hard work, mentorship and faith, he has made the most of every opportunity to advance and to serve. He understands his generational responsibility to move Mississippi forward, not back — to bring people together, not drive them apart. 

Mike’s career is one of extensive servant leadership. From being a Mississippi Delta attorney to Assistant Secretary of State, Assistant Attorney General, Congressman, and then Secretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Mike has stood up for families, farmers and students. And now, during this time of unprecedented public health and economic crisis, Mike is the one who can meet this historic moment in the U.S. Senate to ensure that his people come through stronger on the other side. He knows what’s at stake, and his commitment to Mississippi families is unwavering.

Cal Cunningham
Cal CunninghamCandidate for Senate, North Carolina
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As a veteran of the Army and the North Carolina state legislature, Cal understands servant leadership. Throughout his career, he has built the diverse coalitions necessary to win and govern by respecting differences of view and building bridges, without compromising his values.

He knows not just what job he’s doing, but on whose behalf. He has led efforts to address school gun violence, ensure clean air, curb the opioid addiction crisis, and fund services for women and families affected by domestic violence and sexual assault. He will put the people of North Carolina first, and that makes him exactly the right person, at the right time, to represent North Carolinians in the U.S. Senate.

Steve Bullock
Steve BullockCandidate for Senate, Montana
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Steve Bullock’s public career has been defined by progress through collaboration. He is known in Montana as someone who can bring different people and perspectives to the table to hammer out practical solutions — and he does it without compromising his values. 

Montana’s lands and way of life are being threatened by climate change and our current public health and economic crisis. Steve can deliver solutions to these problems because he’s done it before — whether representing labor unions, as state Attorney General, or as Governor, he has raised the minimum wage, saved the state’s rural hospitals, and expanded affordable health care to 90,000 Montanans. He belongs in the U.S. Senate.

John Hickenlooper
John HickenlooperCandidate for Senate, Colorado
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John Hickenlooper can be counted on for fresh ideas, an insatiable appetite for solving problems, an eagerness to collaborate with others, and a clear understanding of whom he serves. His public career is defined by taking on special interests and delivering for all the people of Colorado, whether by passing pioneering anti-pollution climate change measures and landmark gun safety laws, or expanding Medicaid to nearly 400,000 Coloradans.

In the U.S. Senate, John will bring people together from every background to solve the multiple crises facing this nation. He will work with other Democrats and Republicans alike toward a better future for all Americans, and he will work for the benefit of the next generation — not just the next election. His servant leadership and generational responsibility is exactly what America needs.

Raphael Warnock
Raphael WarnockCandidate for Senate, Georgia
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A son of Georgia who is called to spread justice and prosperity to all Georgians, Reverend Ralph Warnock is a man of deep faith, intellect and empathy. Growing up in Kayton Homes public housing in Savannah, Reverend Warnock’s mother and father taught him and his eleven siblings that they could do anything they put their minds to.

He brings his lessons and leadership to people’s daily lives at the pulpit, and he will do the same in the U.S. Senate. Reverend Warnock will continue looking out for struggling Georgia families, calling upon his experience in health care expansion and living wage advocacy to forge solutions to our problems.

Jon Ossoff
Jon OssoffCandidate for Senate, Georgia
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An anti-corruption crusader and a living commitment to fairness, Jon Ossof is a next-generation leader who espouses a timeless responsibility to leave the world better than he found it. With a foundation in national security, foreign affairs and economic policy, Jon has never taken his eye off the well-being of the American people.

As a member of the U.S. Senate, Jon will bring the vision and the pragmatism necessary to deliver progress for the people of Georgia and America, ensuring that our government serves them — not private interests.

Barbara Bollier
Barbara BollierCandidate for Senate, Kansas
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Barbara Bollier has dedicated her entire working life to helping people. Whether as a physician treating patients, or as a state senator trying to meet the needs of all Kansans, Barbara has worked to fix what is broken in people’s lives. She will bring that same approach to the U.S. Senate as she helps provide a better future for Kansas and all of America.

As an advocate for strong public schools and access to affordable healthcare, Barbara knows that a child’s future is too important to depend on ‘trickle-down economics,’ especially when things rarely seem to trickle down to working families. She stood up for them in Kansas, and she will stand up for them in Washington D.C. We need that kind of courage, now more than ever.

Mark Kelly
Mark KellyCandidate for Senate, Arizona
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An astronaut, engineer, and former Navy captain, Mark Kelly is a pragmatic problem-solver whose life and work experiences show that he can, and will, work collaboratively to move America forward. He, along with his wife Gabby Giffords, co-founded the organization ‘GIFFORDS,’ to unite veterans, law enforcement officials, gun owners, faith leaders, and Americans of all stripes to reduce gun violence and make our communities safer. Mark’s ability to take concrete action in the wake of tragedy or crisis is needed in Washington.

As we face historic public health and economic crises, and a president targeting health care, Social Security and Medicare, Arizonans and all Americans need Mark Kelly’s leadership in the U.S. Senate.

Amy McGrath
Amy McGrathCandidate for Senate, Kentucky
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Amy McGrath’s twenty years in the Marine Corps have prepared her to fight for Kentucky’s future in the U.S. Senate. From working people looking for an economic future, to families needing health care they can count on, to the demonstrators in the streets seeking basic justice —  Americans everywhere are demanding change.

Kentucky needs a U.S. Senator who will hear the voices of all Kentuckians. Amy has the grit and tenacity to defeat Mitch McConnell and help America meet this moment.

Gary Peters
Gary PetersCandidate for Senate, Michigan
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A native son who, like so many other Michiganders, worked his way through night school to make a better way for himself, Gary Peters understands the role of government to help people help themselves. His tenure in the U.S. Senate has already proven his strong voice and advocacy for working families, whether by protecting access to quality, affordable health care or preparing Michigan for the jobs of tomorrow.

Gary knows that a government run with integrity, heart and competence is critical to move America forward. Michiganders deserve more than stale rhetoric about the evils of government or candidates who trash the offices they seek. The lives and livelihoods of countless Americans are at stake.

MJ Hegar
MJ HegarCandidate for Senate, Texas
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As a decorated veteran, working mother of two young boys, and educator, MJ Hegar knows the challenges of everyday life and the importance of service. Working from her own lived experience in the Air Force, she collaborated across the aisle to successfully lead the charge in opening up hundreds of thousands of jobs for women in the military. She knows what needs to be fixed in Washington, and she has the experience to make change.

As Senator, she would bring fresh energy and humility to the role, as well as an understanding of the obstacles and opportunities facing the people she serves. MJ would not only bring progressive values of shared prosperity and justice to the U.S. Senate, but she would serve all Texans — the meek as well as the mighty. She is ready for the United States Senate, and Texas is ready for MJ.

Colin Allred
Colin AllredCandidate for Congress, Texas
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During his first term, Congressman Colin Allred worked across the aisle, delivering real solutions to the problems North Texans face. He led the fight to lower prescription drug prices, championed a bipartisan paid family leave bill, and secured jobs for thousands of residents.

Colin knows that by working together we can continue to build on the progress we’ve made and continue to take on fights that matter: building an economy that works for everyone, ensuring affordable housing and health care, and guaranteeing a quality education for every child.

JD Scholten
JD ScholtenCandidate for Senate, Iowa
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Throughout all aspects of his life, both as a teammate and as a professional, J.D. Scholten has put others first. Whether in his baseball or legal career, what he stands for never falters: hard work, civility, and love of community above all else.

J.D. will work for a better health care system that provides quality, affordable care for all; an economy that supports people of all socioeconomic statuses; and a government that works for the people. J.D.’s Iowan roots and strong values will give him the proper foundation for his next chapter in Congress.

Carolyn Bourdeaux
Carolyn BourdeauxCandidate for Congress - Georgia
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Carolyn Bourdeaux credits her love of public service to her parents and the support of a country who helped her earn an education. Her passion in giving back to the country that supported her will drive her candidacy and election to the Congress.

Carolyn has spent her life working to create public services and policies that truly help and protect the people. Her focus on public transportation, health care accessibility, and women and family issues will inform her work to pass innovative and fiscally responsible policy changes that address the priorities of Georgians.

Antonio Delgado
Antonio DelgadoCongress - New York
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In his first term, Congressman Antonio Delgado has focused on creating a vibrant local economy in his district and working with local, state, and federal partners to get results. He is dedicated to working across the aisle to improve access to quality and affordable healthcare and protect agricultural interests in his district.

Delgado believes in being a voice for all of his constituents, prioritizing town halls and emphasizing transparency in his work. These values have been consistent throughout both his professional and personal lives, whether in his pro bono legal work as an attorney, his advocacy for criminal justice reform, and the empowerment of young people.

Xochitl Torres Small
Xochitl Torres Small Congress - New Mexico
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With hard work, grit and determination, Congresswoman Xochitl Torres Small deftly serves the community that raised her. With a foundation rooted in service, she is committed to addressing the unique issues facing her rural district.

With a focus on health care accessibility and affordability, infrastructure development, and job growth, Xochitl will continue carrying the voices of her constituents to Washington.

Dan Freehan
Dan FreehanCandidate for Congress - Minnesota
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After September 11, Dan signed up for the Army ROTC to help protect the nation’s security, actively serving from 2005 to 2009. Under President Obama, he served as an acting Assistant Secretary of Defense to ensure that our service members and veterans were properly served. 

His love of country and his work ethic continues. Dan is focused on increasing access to affordable prescriptions, crafting innovative trade politics, clearing pathways to union apprenticeships, and strengthening our public education. Congress needs his passion for Southern Minnesota.

Desiree Tims
Desiree TimsCandidate for Congress - Ohio
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Desiree is a leader who knows the importance of preserving the American Dream. As the granddaughter of sharecroppers in the Deep South, a first-generation college student, and a Georgetown Law graduate, she is a born trail-blazer who will work to expand health care access and ensure the success of the middle class.

With experience on Capitol Hill, Desiree has helped advance agriculture, minimum wage, affordable child care, health care, and climate change policies. She is a next-generation leader whose voice belongs in Congress.

Cameron Webb
Cameron WebbCandidate for Congress - Virginia
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As a practicing general internist physician, Cameron is running for Congress to serve his community by fighting for a health care system that provides a public health insurance option, reduces the cost of prescription drugs, and expands access to mental health and reproductive health services.

Committed to common sense, fairness, and serving the best interests of working families, Cameron will work for the success of all Virginians.

Adair Ford Boroughs
Adair Ford BoroughsCandidate for Congress - South Carolina
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With an eye toward supporting hard-working, low-income families like those she grew up with, Adair Ford Boroughs has always known who she’s fighting for. From growing up in a double-wide trailer in Williston, South Carolina, to representing the American people in the U.S. Department of Justice, Adair has gone after cheating corporations and millionaires, ensured access to affordable legal services, and brought justice to grieving families. She has used her talent and intellect to forge change and solutions that help regular people.

Adair is committed and rooted to the people of South Carolina. Her perspective and work ethic is needed in Congress.

Adrian Perkins
Adrian PerkinsCandidate for Senate - Louisiana
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Adrian Perkins knows that times like these call for leadership like his. Growing up in a difficult neighborhood in Shreveport, Louisiana, Adrian built himself up relying on his southern values of service, honesty, and courage. 

Adrian is a great serviceman, and the kind of person who will work to better the lives of others. Following the September 11th attacks, Adrian attended the United States Military Academy and served three tours, earning the rank of Captain and Bronze Star. He went on to Harvard Law School and decided to use his credentials to serve the people of Shreveport as their mayor. Thanks to his commitment to the town in which he grew up, Shreveport has seen a reduction in crime, a balanced budget, and new economic opportunities for residents. Adrian’s experiences, at home and overseas, prove that he is ready to lead Louisiana to a brighter future.

Rita Hart
Rita HartCandidate for Congress, Iowa’s 2nd District
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Rita Hart understands the benefits that come from listening to anyone and everyone. As a lifelong Iowan from Charles City, she saw firsthand the lessons we can learn amidst division, growing up with a Republican father and Democratic mother. Rita’s mother raised nine children despite various health complications, including a weakened voice that allowed her to speak only in a whisper. This taught Rita something we should all remember — sometimes the loudest voices in a room are not always the most important. 

The collaboration Rita witnessed in her own home and throughout her career as a public school teacher and farmer speaks to what she can accomplish as a lawmaker. By listening to every voice, Rita has earned the endorsement of twenty Republicans and will bring to Congress the bipartisan and accepting spirit that has gotten her this far.

Abby Finkenauer
Abby FinkenauerCongresswoman, Iowa’s 1st District
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Congresswoman Abby Finkenauer embodies Iowan values. From a small town to the halls of D.C., she has made it her mission to serve the working families of the state she calls home. 

After graduating from Drake University in Des Moines, Abby became the youngest woman to ever flip a Congressional seat at 25 years old. Since then, she’s been committed to her people as their representative on Capitol Hill, making her voice heard on transportation, small business, rural development and entrepreneurship committees. Though younger than most of her colleagues, Abby has proven to the people of Iowa, time and time again, that she has the leadership, pride and dedication they need.

Cynthia Axne
Cynthia AxneCongresswoman, Iowa’s 3rd District
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Cindy Axne is a fifth-generation Iowan who has made the equity of her beloved home state her foremost mission. Her parents instilled in her the value of speaking up, even in uncomfortable situations. This has guided Cindy throughout her life — as a mother, a civil servant, and lawmaker. 

When Cindy put her first son in school in West Des Moines, she discovered that full-day kindergarten was not available district-wide. She then spent the next year working with administrators to ensure fair and equal opportunities for every child. After working in various state agencies and learning the ins and outs of government, she ran for Congress in 2018, defeating a Republican incumbent. And now, she continues the fight on behalf of all Iowans — and her time in Congress is far from over.

Lizzie Pannill Fletcher
Lizzie Pannill FletcherCongresswoman, Texas’ 7th District
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Congresswoman Lizzie Fletcher has been helping people her entire life. After graduating from William and Mary Law School, she moved back to her hometown of Houston to practice law. There, she made history when she became her firm’s first ever female partner. 

As a lawyer, Lizzie worked tirelessly to represent the people of Houston most in need of representation. She ultimately decided to bring that hard-working spirit to Congress, where she serves on several key committees on trade, health care and more. With a successful and groundbreaking career, the Congresswoman is deeply committed to keeping her community’s values of inclusion, innovation and collaboration alive in our federal government.

Wendy Davis
Wendy DavisCandidate for Congress, Texas’ 21st District

Wendy Davis knows that the American Dream should be attainable for everyone. Going from a struggling teenage mother to a Harvard Law School graduate, she is living her dream — and wants everyone else to have the same opportunities she had.

As a Texas State Senator, Wendy was a relentless proponent of education funding and women’s health services. She even started her own nonprofit to encourage young women to be active in their local communities. She knows, though, that not everyone in Washington is fighting for the same values — those struggling to make ends meet despite working two jobs, those worried about safety in school or their ability to retire. Wendy is a proud public servant, mother and grandmother, and she’s running for Congress so that those in her district and around the country can succeed.

Sri Preston Kulkarni
Sri Preston KulkarniCandidate for Congress, Texas’ 22nd District
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Sri Preston Kulkarni is running to be the representative he never had. Growing up in a large, biracial family overwhelmed with medical bills and neighborhood violence, Sri knows how important it is for us to have public leaders who are working for the people.

After serving overseas in the United States Foreign Service for fourteen years, Sri knew it was time to come home and work to end the hostile divisiveness in the United States. He’s fighting for pandemic recovery and healthcare that works for everyone, having seen for himself the devastating effects of policies that only work for a select few. Fluent in six languages, Sri is building a coalition of Texans who have long been ignored by the political process.

Gina Ortiz Jones
Gina Ortiz JonesCandidate for Congress, Texas’ 23rd District
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As an experienced international relations and security expert, Gina Ortiz Jones knows what good, American leadership looks like. The daughter of immigrant parents, Gina’s parents taught her the power of hard work and sacrifice. With these values instilled in her, Gina always knew she wanted to give back to the country that provided her family with so much.

Following her four-year ROTC program at Boston University, Gina entered the Air Force as an Intelligence Officer, advising high-ranking officials on key international affairs and potential crises. This experience showed Gina how women and other marginalized communities can be deliberately weakened by their foreign leaders. Gina wants to be the 23rd District’s congresswoman to ensure that marginalized groups are treated with the dignity and respect that all people deserve.

Candace Valenzuela
Candace ValenzuelaCandidate for Congress, Texas’ 24th District
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Candance Valenzuela is paving the road for others that she paved for herself. With financial trouble following her mother’s departure from the military, Candace and her family became homeless. Undeterred, Candance dug in, becoming her high school’s first distinguished graduate and the first in her family to graduate from college after earning a full scholarship. 

Following college, Candace defeated an eighteen-year incumbent on her local school board, where she has since fought for greater STEM and vocational education, fiscal transparency, school renovations and inclusion. In her run for Congress, Candance is making it clear to voters that she knows what happens when our leaders are bonded too strongly to their special interests — and she will never stop working for the people.

TogetherFund lifts up candidates who can deliver on a progressive agenda. We are proud to announce our first congressional endorsements of the 2020 cycle:

Joe Biden & Kamala Harris
Joe Biden & Kamala HarrisDemocratic Nominees - President and Vice President of the United States
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At a time when our democracy is at risk and our role in the world is unsteady, America needs unifying and experienced leadership.

Our former Vice President and U.S. Senator from Delaware is a model of servant leadership. But above all, Joe Biden is a deeply empathetic man. His ability to connect with people, informed by his own experiences with personal suffering and enduring faith, makes him the leader we need right now.

Senator Kamala Harris from California is a brilliant, fearless, savvy public servant and tough campaigner. She brings excitement to the ticket, and tenacity to governing. She shares Joe Biden’s view of standing up for the backbone of this country – the truly essential people.

Joe and Kamala are ready to take on the big fights ahead if they win the White House and can make America prosperous and just for all Americans everywhere.

Jaime Harrison
Jaime HarrisonCandidate for Senate - South Carolina
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The son of a single teenage mom, Jaime was raised by his grandparents in historic Orangeburg, South Carolina, and overcame the challenges of grinding poverty with the help of teachers and mentors who believed in him. He is a fierce advocate for progressive causes and isn’t afraid to stand up for those that are all too often ignored.

Jaime’s election to the Senate will ensure that future generations of South Carolinians will be allowed to pursue their own American dream. Because when a rural hospital closes, or coverage for pre-existing conditions is threatened, the health of all South Carolinians is put at risk. Jaime knows what’s at stake. South Carolinians have the chance to replace the wildly out-of-step Lindsey Graham, an elected official who rarely listens to constituents or even visits the state, with Jaime —a bold, visionary leader raising his family in the heart of Columbia.

Lucy McBath
Lucy McBathCongresswoman, Georgia’s 6th District
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The murder of her son Jordan in 2012 was an impetus for Lucy’s gun-control activism and eventual election to Congress in 2018. During her first term, she was an essential part of the team that successfully passed bipartisan gun safety legislation and continues to lead in Washington while standing face-to-face with special interest groups like the NRA.

Congresswoman McBath’s reelection to the House of Representatives will ensure that Georgians continue to have a progressive voice in Congress. Lucy is a bold leader with the life experiences we so desperately need. She is the personification of leading with heart and not doing politics-as-usual in Washington, D.C.

Joe Cunningham
Joe CunninghamCongressman, South Carolina’s 1st District

In 2018, Joe Cunningham became the first Democrat since 1981 to represent the Lowcountry of South Carolina when he won election to the U.S. House. Since he’s been in office, he has worked tirelessly to ban offshore drilling and stop the colossal threat of climate change. A decent, caring, intelligent young father and husband, Joe has high hopes for his young family and community. He is a proven bridge-builder with a broad and inclusive agenda.

 Congressman Cunningham has the intellect, empathy and vision the people of South Carolina’s 1st District deserve in Congress. We worked hard to help him win in 2018; that work continues in 2020.

Jackie Gordon
Jackie GordonNew York’s 2nd District
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Jackie Gordon is an immigrant, veteran, and educator. She served 29 years in the Army, worked for three decades in New York Public Schools, and spent the past 12 years as a local elected official. Simply put, she has dedicated her entire career to making her community better than how she found it.

 Jackie is running for a seat currently held by a Republican in New York’s 2nd district on Long Island. Her election to Congress will ensure that her neighbors will have a representative who puts them first, and all of America will have a voice for generational responsibility and real change in the House.

Theresa Greenfield
Theresa GreenfieldU.S. Senate Iowa
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Theresa has a story that everyone can admire: working while pursuing her college education and raising her children as a single mother when she was left as a young widow, Theresa is the personification of a young striver. She is running for the U.S. Senate in Iowa because she knows first hand the challenges so many Americans face to make their way.

Theresa thinks and acts beyond conventional special interest politics, and she will bring a tough-minded, pragmatic problem-solver’s tenacity to the U.S. Senate. This seat is winnable, and Theresa is the one who can win it.

Lauren Underwood
Lauren UnderwoodCongresswoman, Illinois’ 14th District
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Congresswoman Underwood came to Congress in 2018 as an RN and senior advisor to former President Obama’s Department of Health and Human Services. She brought her first-hand knowledge of healthcare to Washington and worked to propose measures that preserve and expand access to healthcare for every family in Illinois’ 14th congressional district.

 Congresswoman Underwood is an unbossed and unbought voice in the U.S. House of Representatives, dedicated to leaving our communities and planet better than we found them.

Sara Gideon
Sara GideonSpeaker of the Maine House of Representatives Sara Gideon
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As Speaker of the Maine House, Sara Gideon has worked with governors and legislators from both parties to improve the lives of Maine’s citizens. Guided by progressive truths and practical, long-term problem solving, she puts the interests of the people above everything else.

The citizens of Maine deserve a senator who makes politics secondary to principle. Wink-and-nod politics, like those practiced by the incumbent senator Susan Collins, are eroding our democracy with each passing day. Sara Gideon has the experience, integrity and independent-mindedness we need in the U.S. Senate.

Doug Jones
Doug JonesSenator, Alabama
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From bringing justice to the families of the four little girls killed in the Birmingham Church bombing, to his co-sponsorship of the Equality Act and his efforts to bring relief to people suffering from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, Senator Doug Jones consistently puts our country and the people of Alabama first. That has been the hallmark of his public service.

Senator Jones leads from a deep set of personal values, with strong convictions and an ability to search for common ground among those who disagree with him. We need him to continue to fight for a more prosperous and more just society for all Alabamans and all Americans.

Jeanne Shaheen
Jeanne ShaheenSenator, New Hampshire
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As a U.S. Senator, governor, teacher, and the daughter of a shoe factory manager and a church secretary, Senator Jeanne Shaheen’s roots in the Granite State run deep. A fierce advocate and a tireless voice for the people of New Hampshire, she is also the first woman in American history to be elected Governor and U.S. Senator. Her history-making career has been defined by effective advocacy for women, students, working people, and all strivers.

New Hampshire deserves a Senator who will stand up to Donald Trump, Mitch McConnell, and all the forces of division at times of crisis and otherwise. Senator Shaheen meets chaos with calm, and calamity with an even temper and pragmatic resolve. The people of New Hampshire and all of America need her reelection to the U.S. Senate.

Mike Espy
Mike EspyCandidate for Senate, Mississippi
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Mike Espy has lived the American Dream. From humble beginnings, with hard work, mentorship and faith, he has made the most of every opportunity to advance and to serve. He understands his generational responsibility to move Mississippi forward, not back — to bring people together, not drive them apart. 

Mike’s career is one of extensive servant leadership. From being a Mississippi Delta attorney to Assistant Secretary of State, Assistant Attorney General, Congressman, and then Secretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Mike has stood up for families, farmers and students. And now, during this time of unprecedented public health and economic crisis, Mike is the one who can meet this historic moment in the U.S. Senate to ensure that his people come through stronger on the other side. He knows what’s at stake, and his commitment to Mississippi families is unwavering.

Cal Cunningham
Cal CunninghamCandidate for Senate, North Carolina
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As a veteran of the Army and the North Carolina state legislature, Cal understands servant leadership. Throughout his career, he has built the diverse coalitions necessary to win and govern by respecting differences of view and building bridges, without compromising his values.

He knows not just what job he’s doing, but on whose behalf. He has led efforts to address school gun violence, ensure clean air, curb the opioid addiction crisis, and fund services for women and families affected by domestic violence and sexual assault. He will put the people of North Carolina first, and that makes him exactly the right person, at the right time, to represent North Carolinians in the U.S. Senate.

Steve Bullock
Steve BullockCandidate for Senate, Montana
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Steve Bullock’s public career has been defined by progress through collaboration. He is known in Montana as someone who can bring different people and perspectives to the table to hammer out practical solutions — and he does it without compromising his values. 

Montana’s lands and way of life are being threatened by climate change and our current public health and economic crisis. Steve can deliver solutions to these problems because he’s done it before — whether representing labor unions, as state Attorney General, or as Governor, he has raised the minimum wage, saved the state’s rural hospitals, and expanded affordable health care to 90,000 Montanans. He belongs in the U.S. Senate.

John Hickenlooper
John HickenlooperCandidate for Senate, Colorado
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John Hickenlooper can be counted on for fresh ideas, an insatiable appetite for solving problems, an eagerness to collaborate with others, and a clear understanding of whom he serves. His public career is defined by taking on special interests and delivering for all the people of Colorado, whether by passing pioneering anti-pollution climate change measures and landmark gun safety laws, or expanding Medicaid to nearly 400,000 Coloradans.

In the U.S. Senate, John will bring people together from every background to solve the multiple crises facing this nation. He will work with other Democrats and Republicans alike toward a better future for all Americans, and he will work for the benefit of the next generation — not just the next election. His servant leadership and generational responsibility is exactly what America needs.

Raphael Warnock
Raphael WarnockCandidate for Senate, Georgia
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A son of Georgia who is called to spread justice and prosperity to all Georgians, Reverend Ralph Warnock is a man of deep faith, intellect and empathy. Growing up in Kayton Homes public housing in Savannah, Reverend Warnock’s mother and father taught him and his eleven siblings that they could do anything they put their minds to.

He brings his lessons and leadership to people’s daily lives at the pulpit, and he will do the same in the U.S. Senate. Reverend Warnock will continue looking out for struggling Georgia families, calling upon his experience in health care expansion and living wage advocacy to forge solutions to our problems.

Jon Ossoff
Jon OssoffCandidate for Senate, Georgia
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An anti-corruption crusader and a living commitment to fairness, Jon Ossof is a next-generation leader who espouses a timeless responsibility to leave the world better than he found it. With a foundation in national security, foreign affairs and economic policy, Jon has never taken his eye off the well-being of the American people.

As a member of the U.S. Senate, Jon will bring the vision and the pragmatism necessary to deliver progress for the people of Georgia and America, ensuring that our government serves them — not private interests.

Barbara Bollier
Barbara BollierCandidate for Senate, Kansas
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Barbara Bollier has dedicated her entire working life to helping people. Whether as a physician treating patients, or as a state senator trying to meet the needs of all Kansans, Barbara has worked to fix what is broken in people’s lives. She will bring that same approach to the U.S. Senate as she helps provide a better future for Kansas and all of America.

As an advocate for strong public schools and access to affordable healthcare, Barbara knows that a child’s future is too important to depend on ‘trickle-down economics,’ especially when things rarely seem to trickle down to working families. She stood up for them in Kansas, and she will stand up for them in Washington D.C. We need that kind of courage, now more than ever.

Mark Kelly
Mark KellyCandidate for Senate, Arizona
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An astronaut, engineer, and former Navy captain, Mark Kelly is a pragmatic problem-solver whose life and work experiences show that he can, and will, work collaboratively to move America forward. He, along with his wife Gabby Giffords, co-founded the organization ‘GIFFORDS,’ to unite veterans, law enforcement officials, gun owners, faith leaders, and Americans of all stripes to reduce gun violence and make our communities safer. Mark’s ability to take concrete action in the wake of tragedy or crisis is needed in Washington.

As we face historic public health and economic crises, and a president targeting health care, Social Security and Medicare, Arizonans and all Americans need Mark Kelly’s leadership in the U.S. Senate.

Amy McGrath
Amy McGrathCandidate for Senate, Kentucky
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Amy McGrath’s twenty years in the Marine Corps have prepared her to fight for Kentucky’s future in the U.S. Senate. From working people looking for an economic future, to families needing health care they can count on, to the demonstrators in the streets seeking basic justice —  Americans everywhere are demanding change.

Kentucky needs a U.S. Senator who will hear the voices of all Kentuckians. Amy has the grit and tenacity to defeat Mitch McConnell and help America meet this moment.

Gary Peters
Gary PetersCandidate for Senate, Michigan
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A native son who, like so many other Michiganders, worked his way through night school to make a better way for himself, Gary Peters understands the role of government to help people help themselves. His tenure in the U.S. Senate has already proven his strong voice and advocacy for working families, whether by protecting access to quality, affordable health care or preparing Michigan for the jobs of tomorrow.

Gary knows that a government run with integrity, heart and competence is critical to move America forward. Michiganders deserve more than stale rhetoric about the evils of government or candidates who trash the offices they seek. The lives and livelihoods of countless Americans are at stake.

MJ Hegar
MJ HegarCandidate for Senate, Texas
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As a decorated veteran, working mother of two young boys, and educator, MJ Hegar knows the challenges of everyday life and the importance of service. Working from her own lived experience in the Air Force, she collaborated across the aisle to successfully lead the charge in opening up hundreds of thousands of jobs for women in the military. She knows what needs to be fixed in Washington, and she has the experience to make change.

As Senator, she would bring fresh energy and humility to the role, as well as an understanding of the obstacles and opportunities facing the people she serves. MJ would not only bring progressive values of shared prosperity and justice to the U.S. Senate, but she would serve all Texans — the meek as well as the mighty. She is ready for the United States Senate, and Texas is ready for MJ.

Colin Allred
Colin AllredCandidate for Congress, Texas
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During his first term, Congressman Colin Allred worked across the aisle, delivering real solutions to the problems North Texans face. He led the fight to lower prescription drug prices, championed a bipartisan paid family leave bill, and secured jobs for thousands of residents.

Colin knows that by working together we can continue to build on the progress we’ve made and continue to take on fights that matter: building an economy that works for everyone, ensuring affordable housing and health care, and guaranteeing a quality education for every child.

JD Scholten
JD ScholtenCandidate for Senate, Iowa
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Throughout all aspects of his life, both as a teammate and as a professional, J.D. Scholten has put others first. Whether in his baseball or legal career, what he stands for never falters: hard work, civility, and love of community above all else.

J.D. will work for a better health care system that provides quality, affordable care for all; an economy that supports people of all socioeconomic statuses; and a government that works for the people. J.D.’s Iowan roots and strong values will give him the proper foundation for his next chapter in Congress.

Carolyn Bourdeaux
Carolyn BourdeauxCandidate for Congress - Georgia
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Carolyn Bourdeaux credits her love of public service to her parents and the support of a country who helped her earn an education. Her passion in giving back to the country that supported her will drive her candidacy and election to the Congress.

Carolyn has spent her life working to create public services and policies that truly help and protect the people. Her focus on public transportation, health care accessibility, and women and family issues will inform her work to pass innovative and fiscally responsible policy changes that address the priorities of Georgians.

Antonio Delgado
Antonio DelgadoCongress - New York
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In his first term, Congressman Antonio Delgado has focused on creating a vibrant local economy in his district and working with local, state, and federal partners to get results. He is dedicated to working across the aisle to improve access to quality and affordable healthcare and protect agricultural interests in his district.

Delgado believes in being a voice for all of his constituents, prioritizing town halls and emphasizing transparency in his work. These values have been consistent throughout both his professional and personal lives, whether in his pro bono legal work as an attorney, his advocacy for criminal justice reform, and the empowerment of young people.

Xochitl Torres Small
Xochitl Torres Small Congress - New Mexico
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With hard work, grit and determination, Congresswoman Xochitl Torres Small deftly serves the community that raised her. With a foundation rooted in service, she is committed to addressing the unique issues facing her rural district.

With a focus on health care accessibility and affordability, infrastructure development, and job growth, Xochitl will continue carrying the voices of her constituents to Washington.

Dan Freehan
Dan FreehanCandidate for Congress - Minnesota
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After September 11, Dan signed up for the Army ROTC to help protect the nation’s security, actively serving from 2005 to 2009. Under President Obama, he served as an acting Assistant Secretary of Defense to ensure that our service members and veterans were properly served. 

His love of country and his work ethic continues. Dan is focused on increasing access to affordable prescriptions, crafting innovative trade politics, clearing pathways to union apprenticeships, and strengthening our public education. Congress needs his passion for Southern Minnesota.

Desiree Tims
Desiree TimsCandidate for Congress - Ohio
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Desiree is a leader who knows the importance of preserving the American Dream. As the granddaughter of sharecroppers in the Deep South, a first-generation college student, and a Georgetown Law graduate, she is a born trail-blazer who will work to expand health care access and ensure the success of the middle class.

With experience on Capitol Hill, Desiree has helped advance agriculture, minimum wage, affordable child care, health care, and climate change policies. She is a next-generation leader whose voice belongs in Congress.

Cameron Webb
Cameron WebbCandidate for Congress - Virginia
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As a practicing general internist physician, Cameron is running for Congress to serve his community by fighting for a health care system that provides a public health insurance option, reduces the cost of prescription drugs, and expands access to mental health and reproductive health services.

Committed to common sense, fairness, and serving the best interests of working families, Cameron will work for the success of all Virginians.

Adair Ford Boroughs
Adair Ford BoroughsCandidate for Congress - South Carolina
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With an eye toward supporting hard-working, low-income families like those she grew up with, Adair Ford Boroughs has always known who she’s fighting for. From growing up in a double-wide trailer in Williston, South Carolina, to representing the American people in the U.S. Department of Justice, Adair has gone after cheating corporations and millionaires, ensured access to affordable legal services, and brought justice to grieving families. She has used her talent and intellect to forge change and solutions that help regular people.

Adair is committed and rooted to the people of South Carolina. Her perspective and work ethic is needed in Congress.

Adrian Perkins
Adrian PerkinsCandidate for Senate - Louisiana
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Adrian Perkins knows that times like these call for leadership like his. Growing up in a difficult neighborhood in Shreveport, Louisiana, Adrian built himself up relying on his southern values of service, honesty, and courage. 

Adrian is a great serviceman, and the kind of person who will work to better the lives of others. Following the September 11th attacks, Adrian attended the United States Military Academy and served three tours, earning the rank of Captain and Bronze Star. He went on to Harvard Law School and decided to use his credentials to serve the people of Shreveport as their mayor. Thanks to his commitment to the town in which he grew up, Shreveport has seen a reduction in crime, a balanced budget, and new economic opportunities for residents. Adrian’s experiences, at home and overseas, prove that he is ready to lead Louisiana to a brighter future.

Rita Hart
Rita HartCandidate for Congress, Iowa’s 2nd District
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Rita Hart understands the benefits that come from listening to anyone and everyone. As a lifelong Iowan from Charles City, she saw firsthand the lessons we can learn amidst division, growing up with a Republican father and Democratic mother. Rita’s mother raised nine children despite various health complications, including a weakened voice that allowed her to speak only in a whisper. This taught Rita something we should all remember — sometimes the loudest voices in a room are not always the most important. 

The collaboration Rita witnessed in her own home and throughout her career as a public school teacher and farmer speaks to what she can accomplish as a lawmaker. By listening to every voice, Rita has earned the endorsement of twenty Republicans and will bring to Congress the bipartisan and accepting spirit that has gotten her this far.

Abby Finkenauer
Abby FinkenauerCongresswoman, Iowa’s 1st District
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Congresswoman Abby Finkenauer embodies Iowan values. From a small town to the halls of D.C., she has made it her mission to serve the working families of the state she calls home. 

After graduating from Drake University in Des Moines, Abby became the youngest woman to ever flip a Congressional seat at 25 years old. Since then, she’s been committed to her people as their representative on Capitol Hill, making her voice heard on transportation, small business, rural development and entrepreneurship committees. Though younger than most of her colleagues, Abby has proven to the people of Iowa, time and time again, that she has the leadership, pride and dedication they need.

Cynthia Axne
Cynthia AxneCongresswoman, Iowa’s 3rd District
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Cindy Axne is a fifth-generation Iowan who has made the equity of her beloved home state her foremost mission. Her parents instilled in her the value of speaking up, even in uncomfortable situations. This has guided Cindy throughout her life — as a mother, a civil servant, and lawmaker. 

When Cindy put her first son in school in West Des Moines, she discovered that full-day kindergarten was not available district-wide. She then spent the next year working with administrators to ensure fair and equal opportunities for every child. After working in various state agencies and learning the ins and outs of government, she ran for Congress in 2018, defeating a Republican incumbent. And now, she continues the fight on behalf of all Iowans — and her time in Congress is far from over.

Lizzie Pannill Fletcher
Lizzie Pannill FletcherCongresswoman, Texas’ 7th District
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Congresswoman Lizzie Fletcher has been helping people her entire life. After graduating from William and Mary Law School, she moved back to her hometown of Houston to practice law. There, she made history when she became her firm’s first ever female partner. 

As a lawyer, Lizzie worked tirelessly to represent the people of Houston most in need of representation. She ultimately decided to bring that hard-working spirit to Congress, where she serves on several key committees on trade, health care and more. With a successful and groundbreaking career, the Congresswoman is deeply committed to keeping her community’s values of inclusion, innovation and collaboration alive in our federal government.

Wendy Davis
Wendy DavisCandidate for Congress, Texas’ 21st District

Wendy Davis knows that the American Dream should be attainable for everyone. Going from a struggling teenage mother to a Harvard Law School graduate, she is living her dream — and wants everyone else to have the same opportunities she had.

As a Texas State Senator, Wendy was a relentless proponent of education funding and women’s health services. She even started her own nonprofit to encourage young women to be active in their local communities. She knows, though, that not everyone in Washington is fighting for the same values — those struggling to make ends meet despite working two jobs, those worried about safety in school or their ability to retire. Wendy is a proud public servant, mother and grandmother, and she’s running for Congress so that those in her district and around the country can succeed.

Sri Preston Kulkarni
Sri Preston KulkarniCandidate for Congress, Texas’ 22nd District
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Sri Preston Kulkarni is running to be the representative he never had. Growing up in a large, biracial family overwhelmed with medical bills and neighborhood violence, Sri knows how important it is for us to have public leaders who are working for the people.

After serving overseas in the United States Foreign Service for fourteen years, Sri knew it was time to come home and work to end the hostile divisiveness in the United States. He’s fighting for pandemic recovery and healthcare that works for everyone, having seen for himself the devastating effects of policies that only work for a select few. Fluent in six languages, Sri is building a coalition of Texans who have long been ignored by the political process.

Gina Ortiz Jones
Gina Ortiz JonesCandidate for Congress, Texas’ 23rd District
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As an experienced international relations and security expert, Gina Ortiz Jones knows what good, American leadership looks like. The daughter of immigrant parents, Gina’s parents taught her the power of hard work and sacrifice. With these values instilled in her, Gina always knew she wanted to give back to the country that provided her family with so much.

Following her four-year ROTC program at Boston University, Gina entered the Air Force as an Intelligence Officer, advising high-ranking officials on key international affairs and potential crises. This experience showed Gina how women and other marginalized communities can be deliberately weakened by their foreign leaders. Gina wants to be the 23rd District’s congresswoman to ensure that marginalized groups are treated with the dignity and respect that all people deserve.

Candace Valenzuela
Candace ValenzuelaCandidate for Congress, Texas’ 24th District
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Candance Valenzuela is paving the road for others that she paved for herself. With financial trouble following her mother’s departure from the military, Candace and her family became homeless. Undeterred, Candance dug in, becoming her high school’s first distinguished graduate and the first in her family to graduate from college after earning a full scholarship. 

Following college, Candace defeated an eighteen-year incumbent on her local school board, where she has since fought for greater STEM and vocational education, fiscal transparency, school renovations and inclusion. In her run for Congress, Candance is making it clear to voters that she knows what happens when our leaders are bonded too strongly to their special interests — and she will never stop working for the people.