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.
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.
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.
Kesha Ram Hinsdale (Vermont)
Kesha Ram Hinsdale was born into a multiracial, working class family that gave back to the community every chance they could. She grew up waiting tables in the family business — an Irish pub run by her Jewish American mother and Indian immigrant father. She is running for Congress to be Vermont’s fighter for working families, our democracy, and our climate.
Sonia Chang-Díaz (Massachusetts Governor)
Sonia Chang-Díaz is the first Latina and Asian-American elected to the Massachusetts State Senate — and she’s spent her career fighting for people whose voices usually aren’t heard on Beacon Hill. From a young age, Sonia’s family taught her there’s no time to waste in doing good. And when she was elected, Sonia wasted no time leading a movement to win bold, transformational change for working families.
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.