Mandela Barnes (Wisconsin)
Mandela Barnes comes from a proud union family who taught him the values of hard work, perseverance, and the importance of good education. As Lt. Governor, Mandela has worked closely with Governor Evers to help Wisconsin recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, centering the needs of Wisconsinites. As Senator, Barnes will continue to fight for hard-working families in Wisconsin and the country.
Cheri Beasley (North Carolina)
Cheri Beasley is running for the U.S. Senate for the same reason she became a public defender, a judge and then Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court: the pursuit of justice and fairness, and a relentless refusal to see it abandoned.
CAtherine Cortez Masto (Nevada)
Senator Catherine Cortez Masto is running for re-election to the U.S. Senate. She has always put Nevada first, and with the challenges facing the Silver State and our country, we need someone in Washington who understands that Nevada is the first priority no matter what.
Val Demings (Florida)
Val Demings has represented Florida’s 10th district in the US House of Representatives since 2017, where she has fought for gun violence prevention, criminal justice reform, economic equality, and an end to gender discrimination and violence against women. From growing up alongside her six older siblings in Jacksonville to now serving on the US House Judiciary, Intelligence, and Homeland Security Committees, Representative Demings continues to break barriers.
John Fetterman (Pennsylvania)
Currently serving as the Commonwealth’s Lieutenant Governor, John Fetterman has differentiated himself from the pack, championing progressive principles and policies for the last two decades. As Senator, Fetterman will continue to advocate for a more fair and just Pennsylvania.
Reverend Raphael Warnock (Georgia)
Reverend Warnock believes his impact does not stop at the church door, and has been an advocate to expand health care coverage and to ensure hardworking Georgians can make a living wage.
Jay Chen (CAlifornia-45)
Jay Chen is the President of the Board of Trustees for Mt. San Antonio Community College, a Lieutenant Commander in the U.S. Naval Reserves, and a small business owner. In Congress Jay will work to restore integrity and accountability in Washington, DC.
Andy Kim (New Jersey-03)
Congressman Andy Kim is the son of Korean immigrants— born and raised in America, the product of New Jersey public schools, a Rhodes scholar, national security expert, public servant, husband, and proud dad to two growing young boys. He is fighting for working families in pursuit of the American Dream.
Raja Krishnamoorthi (Illinois-08)
Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi is dedicated to serving and getting things done for our community and, especially those who most need someone on their side — our most vulnerable citizens. Born in India, Raja knows what it takes to stand up for immigrant communities
Susie Lee (Nevada-03)
Congresswoman Susie Lee was born to a working class family and is a champion for education. She is a results driven leader who is dedicated to fighting for the rights and wellbeing of the AAPI community in Nevada and nationally.
Dr. Asif Mahmood (California-40)
Dr. Asif Mahmood is a meritorious candidate who exemplifies and uplifts those values and puts his community first, leading with integrity. As a doctor and community leader, he understands that many people lack quality healthcare and thus, has long advocated for strengthening the Affordable Care Act.
Lucy McBath (Georgia-07)
Congresswoman Lucy McBath has a track record in Congress on legislation that will keep our children and families safe. She is a fierce advocate for prevention against gun violence and common sense gun safety legislation.
Abigail Spanberger (Virginia-07)
Congresswoman Abigail Spanberger is a champion for critical policy issues facing Virginians, like access to healthcare and creating economic opportunities.
Jennifer Wexton (Virginia-10)
Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton is a former prosecutor, former state Senator, and a mom. She came to Congress with experience in legislation and a deep understanding of the district and the communities that she serves and will continue to advocate for Virginia families.
Stacey Abrams (Georgia Governor)
Stacey Abrams is a lawyer, author, and voting rights activist who served in the Georgia House of Representatives from 2007 to 2017 and as the minority leader from 2011 to 2017. As Governor, Stacey would continue to serve as a trailblazing leader and champion, fighting for the people of Georgia and for democracy.
Tony Evers (Wisconsin Governor)
As governor, Tony Evers has been committed to bringing people together, passing legislation that puts Wisconsinites first. Rather than focus on hot-button political issues, Governor Evers has worked to address the cost of living issues, getting people back to work, and giving children the education they need to thrive.
Katie Hobbs (Arizona Governor)
Katie Hobbs was raised and educated in Arizona, where she has served as a social worker, a state legislator in both the House and Senate, the Senate Minority Leader, and now the Secretary of State. If elected to Governor of Arizona, Katie will continue as the fearless advocate she is and work towards bringing transparency and accountability to the governor’s office while delivering substantial results for the people of Arizona.
Wes Moore (Maryland Governor)
Wes Moore is a combat veteran, NYT bestselling author, small business owner, Rhodes Scholar, and former CEO of one of the nation’s largest anti-poverty organizations, Robin Hood. Moore has devoted his life’s work to the basic principle of equity– no matter one’s start in life, he believes that everyone deserves an equal opportunity to succeed.
Beto O’Rourke (Texas Governor)
Beto O’Rourke is a fourth-generation Texan, born and raised in El Paso where he has served as a small business owner, a city council representative, and a Member of Congress. Beto lives his values, centering Texans at the heart of his policies, and has shown that he will fight for his community and constituents by focusing on issues that matter most to Texas residents
Josh Shapiro (Pennsylvania Governor)
Josh Shapiro comes from a family of public servants and is currently serving as the Attorney General of Pennsylvania where he has restored integrity to an office badly in need of leadership and reform. He is a proven leader and has proven to the people of Pennsylvania that he has their backs and is unafraid to take on the biggest fights.
Steve Sisolak (Nevada Governor)
Steve Sisolak understands the challenges Nevadans are facing, and throughout his first term as governor, he lowered household costs by investing federal relief funds in expanding childcare, affordable housing, workforce development, and finding solutions to expand access to health care and reduce the cost of prescription drugs. Governor Sisolak has kept his first-term promise to never raise taxes on Nevadans and will continue to maintain this promise.
Gretchen Whitmer (Michigan Governor)
While in office, Governor Whitmer has made large investments in K-12 education by closing the school funding gap, advocating for affordable healthcare, and prioritizing auto and manufacturing jobs.
Cisco Aguilar (Nevada Secretary of State)
Cisco Aguilar is committed to defending every eligible Nevadan’s right to vote, removing barriers to voter participation, and making Nevada elections as transparent as possible to maintain the public’s trust. Aguilar would be an exemplary Secretary of State; one who is committed to modernizing, safeguarding and strengthening our democracy, our elections process and the voting rights of every Nevadan.
Jocelyn Benson (Michigan Secretary of State)
Incumbent Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson has an exemplary track record advocating for free and fair elections, and is committed to democratic reform and the protection of the right to vote.
Steve Hobbs (Washington Secretary of State)
As Washington’s 16th Secretary of State, Steve Hobbs captured substantial bipartisan support from the 2022 legislature to build robust election security and voter education. Hobbs is the proud son of a Japanese immigrant who raised him to work hard, value education, and serve others. He has worn the uniform for more than 30 years. He is the first person of color to serve as the Secretary of State.
Josh Kaul (Wisconsin Attorney General)
Incumbent Attorney General Josh Kaul has emphasized safety and security throughout his tenure; he has increased funding for public safety, fought for gun violence prevention, and centered a healthy environment in his work, thus putting the livelihoods of Wisconsinites at the heart of his policies.
Aruna Miller (Maryland Lieutenant Governor)
Aruna Miller’s family, like many, immigrated to the United States from India when she was seven years old. Aruna went on to choose a life dedicated to public service and removing systemic barriers, where she has successfully created countless opportunities for Marylanders.
Bee Nguyen (Georgia Secretary of State)
Bee Nguyen made history when she was elected as the first Asian American Democratic woman to the Georgia General Assembly in House District 89, the seat formerly held by Stacey Abrams. At the Georgia State Capitol, Bee is a leading advocate for voting rights, public education, and criminal justice reform. Bee knows firsthand the importance of a free and fair democracy — and that’s why she’s running to be the next Georgia Secretary of State.