Our Candidates 2018


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Alabama
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Colorado
Connecticut
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Florida
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Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
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Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana

Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania

Rhode Island
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Texas
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Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming

  • Alabama
    • AL-03: Mallory Hagan
  • Alaska
  • Arizona
    • Arizona Governor: David Garcia
    • Arizona Attorney General: January Contreras
    • Arizona State Treasurer: Mark Cardenas
    • U.S. Senate: Kyrsten Sinema
    • AZ-01: Tom O’Halleran
    • AZ-03: Raúl M. Grijalva
    • AZ-07: Ruben Gallego
    • HD-11: Holly Lyon
    • HD-21: Gilbert Romero
    • HD-24: Marcus Ferrell
    • HD-30: Raquel Teran
    • Pheonix Mayor: Daniel Valenzuela
  • Arkansas
  • California
    • CA-24: Salud Carbajal
    • CA-25: Bryan Caforio
    • CA-26: Julia Brownley
    • CA-27: Judy Chu
    • CA-28: Adam Schiff
    • CA-29: Tony Cardenas
    • CA-30: Brad Sherman
    • CA-31: Pete Aguilar
    • CA-32: Grace Napolitano
    • CA-33: Ted Lieu
    • CA-34: Jimmy Gomez
    • CA-36: Raul Ruiz
    • CA-37: Karen Bass
    • CA-38: Linda Sanchez
    • CA-39: Andy Thorburn
    • CA-40: Lucille Roybal-Allard
    • CA-41: Mark Takano
    • CA-43: Maxine Waters
    • CA-44: Nanette Barragan
    • CA-47: Alan Lowenthal
    • CA-51: Juan Vargas
  • Colorado
    • Colorado Attorney General: Joe Salazar
  • Connecticut
    • U.S. Senate: Richard Blumenthal
    • CT-01: John Larson
    • CT-02: Joseph Courtney
    • CT-03: Rosa DeLauro
  • Delaware
    • U.S. Senate: Lisa Blunt Rochester
  • Florida
    • U.S. Senate: Bill Nelson
    • FL-24: Frederica Wilson
  • Georgia
    • GA-02: Sanford Bishop
    • GA-04: Henry Johnson
  • Hawaii
  • Idaho
  • Illinois
    • U.S. Senate: Tammy Duckworth
    • IL-03: Daniel Lipinski
    • IL-04: Jesús “Chuy” García
    • IL-08: Raja Krishnamoorthi
    • IL-09: Janice “Jan” Schakowsky
    • IL-11: William Foster
    • IL-12: Brendan Kelly
    • IL-17: Cheri Bustos
  • Indiana
    • U.S. Senate: Joseph Donnelly
    • IN-01: Peter Visclosky
    • IN-07: André Carson
    • IN-09: Liz Watson
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
    • LA-02: Cedric Richmond
  • Maine
    • ME-01: Chellie Pingree
  • Maryland
    • MD-06: Roger Manno
    • MD-08: Jamie Raskin
  • Massachusetts
    • U.S. Senate: Elizabeth Warren
    • MA-04: Joseph Kennedy
    • MA-05: Katherine Clark
    • MA-06: Seth Moulton
    • MA-07: Michael Capuano
    • MA-10: William Keating
  • Michigan
    • Governor: Gretchen Whitmer
    • U.S. Senate: Debbie Stabenow
    • MI-05: Dan Kildee
    • MI-07: Gretchen Driskell
    • MI-08: Elissa Slotkin
    • MI-09: Andy Levin
    • MI-11: Tim Greimel
    • MI-12: Debbie Dingell
    • MI-13: Brenda Jones
    • MI-14: Brenda Lawrence
  • Minnesota
    • U.S. Senate: Amy Klobuchar
    • U.S. Senate: Tina Smith
    • MN-02: Angie Craig
    • MN-03: Dean Phillips
    • MN-04: Betty McCollum
    • MN-05: Keith Ellison
    • MN-07: Collin Peterson
  • Mississippi
    • MS-02: Bennie Thompson
  • Missouri
    • MO-05: Emanuel Cleaver
  • Montana
    • U.S. Senate: Jon Tester
  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
  • New Hampshire
    • NH-01: Mark Mackenzie
    • NH-02: Ann Kuster
  • New Jersey
  • New Mexico
  • New York
    • U.S. Senate: Kirsten Gillibrand
    • NY-01: Kate Browning
    • NY-02: DuWayne Gregory
    • NY-03: Tom Suozzi
    • NY-06: Grace Meng
    • NY-07: Nydia Velazquez
    • NY-08: Hakeem Jeffries
    • NY-09: Yvette Clark
    • NY-10: Jerrold Nadler
    • NY-12: Carolyn Maloney
    • NY-13: Adriano Espaillat
    • NY-14: Joseph Crowley
    • NY-15: José Serrano
    • NY-16: Eliot Engel
    • NY-18: Nita Lowey
    • NY-20: Paul Tonko
    • NY-22: Anthony Brindisi
    • NY-27: Brian Higgins
  • North Carolina
    • NC-02: Linda Coleman
    • NC-07: Dr. Kyle Horton
    • NC-09:Dan McCready
    • NC-13: Kathy Manning
    • SD-38: Mujtaba A Mohammed
    • HD -89: Greg Cranford
    • HD -92: Chaz Beasley
    • HD-100: John Autry
    • HD-106: Carla Cunningham
    • State Supreme Court: Anita Earls
    • Mecklenburg County Commissioner at Large: Ray Mckinnon
  • North Dakota
  • Ohio
    • Ohio Attorney General: Steve Dettlebach
    • Ohio Secretary of State: Kathleen Clyde
    • Ohio State Treasurer: Rob Richardson
    • Ohio State Auditor: Zack Space
    • U.S. Senate: Sherrod Brown
    • OH-03: Joyce Beatty
    • OH-07: Kenneth Harbaugh
    • OH-09: Marcy Kaptur
    • OH-11: Marcia Fudge
    • OH-13: Tim Ryan
    • OH-14: Betsy Rader
    • SD-23: Nickie Antonio
    • SD-25: Kenny Yuko
    • SD-33: John Boccieri
    • HD-08: Kent Smith
    • HD-09: Joe Miller
    • HD-13: Michael Skindell
    • HD-37: Casey Weinstein
    • HD-58: Michele Lepore-Hagan
    • Ballot Initiative – Ohio Issue 1 Vote Yes
    • Cuyahoga County Judge: Andrea Nelson Moore
    • Brooklyn City Council: Meg Ryan Shockey
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • Pennsylvania
    • PA-09: William Shuster
  • Rhode Island
    • U.S. Senate: Sheldon Whitehouse
    • RI-01: David Cicilline
    • RI-02: James Langevin
  • South Carolina
    • SC-06: James Clyburn
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
    • TN-09: Steve Cohen
  • Texas
    • TX-09: Al Green
    • TX-10: Mike Siegal
    • TX-15: Vicente González
    • TX-16: Veronica Escobar
    • TX-18: Sheila Jackson Lee
    • TX-20: Joaquin Castro
    • TX-22: Letitia Plummer
    • TX-23: Gina Ortiz Jones
    • TX-29: Gene Green
    • TX-31: Mary Jennings Hegar
    • TX-32: Colin Allred
    • TX-33: Marc Veasey
    • TX-34: Filemón Vela
    • TX-35: Lloyd Doggett
  • Utah
  • Vermont
    • U.S. Senate: Bernie Sanders
    • VT-01: Peter Welch
  • Virginia
    • VA-04: Donald McEachin
    • VA-07: Dan Ward
  • Washington
    • WA-05: Lisa Brown
    • WA-07: Pramila Jayapal
    • WA-08: Jason Rittereiser
    • SD-32: Maralyn Chase
    • SD-42: Pinky Vargas
    • HD-18: Kathy Gillespie
  • West Virginia
    • WV-01: David McKinley
    • WV-03: Richard Ojeda
  • Wisconsin
    • Lieutenant Governor: Mandela Barnes
    • State Supreme Court: Rebecca Dallet
    • U.S. Senate: Tammy Baldwin
    • WI-01: Randy Bryce
    • WI-02: Mark Pocan
    • WI 04: Gwendolynne Moore
  • Wyoming