Dr. Barbara Bollier
U.S. Senate | Kansas
Dr. Bollier is a proven public servant and leader who can get things done on the critical issues we face. Her opponents are friends of big agriculture, fossil fuels, and voter suppression. We're proud to endorse Barbara Bollier for U.S. Senate in Kansas.
Michelle De La Isla
U.S. House | KS-2
As the Mayor of Topeka and a longtime advocate for marginalized communities, Michelle De La Isla is exactly the type of leader we need. She has a strong chance to beat an unpopular incumbent, and we are proud to endorse her 2020 campaign.
U.S. House | KS-4
Just because she's a new mom, that doesn't mean Laura is taking a break. This Wichita-based district leans conservative, but Gov. Laura Kelly nearly carried it when she won statewide four years ago. Let's keep building the organization needed to win here.
U.S. Senate | Colorado
Romanoff is a former head of Mental Health Colorado, Speaker of the Colorado House of Representatives, and a strong supporter of clean energy investment. His rivals are skeptical of bold action to cut emissions, so we're endorsing Andrew Romanoff in the June 30 primary.
U.S. House | TX-14
An educator and mom who has lived in the Houston area her whole life, Adrienne Bell knows how to fight for the bold reforms we need. Her Republican opponent is a career politician who's taken over $250K from Big Oil. We're endorsing Ms. Bell for Congress.
U.S. House | TX-24
Candace Valenzuela understands that for a lot of working-class folks in America, working hard hasn't been enough. As a School Board Trustee, Candace secured funding for local vocational and STEM training, while raising teacher pay. Her runoff primary in Texas is July 14.
U.S. House | TX-21
You may remember Wendy Davis from her pink-sneakered filibustering of the Texas State Legislature. She's a fearless advocate for all working families, running for Congress against Ted Cruz's former chief of staff.
U.S. House | OH-1
Kate Schroder is a cancer survivor, health professional, and Midwestern mom on a mission. Though the incumbent she's running against has held the seat for 26 years, this Cincinnati-based district has seen rapid change, and this is Kate's race to win.