Tell the next Congress to stand with the squad and fight for progressive values!


Progressives are winning. Progressives organized with Biden-Harris and pushed the ticket to the top in cities like Detroit, Philadelphia, Milwaukee, and Atlanta.

Along the way, progressive policy turned out voters even in ruby-red states like Florida and South Dakota, which raised the minimum wage to $15/hour and legalized marijuana, respectively.

And we’re just getting started.

Our progressive movement is growing because we listen to, love, and hear people. We are mobilizing the American public around bold reforms, winning while we do it, and we are hard at work preparing for the fights ahead.

Please join the movement. Sign your name and say you support progressive values and policies — the right values; the winning strategy.

Tell Democrats to expand the Supreme Court in 2021!


Target: Democrats in the next Congress

Since Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s passing just over one month ago, the Republican Senate has been trying to push through the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett, an extremist ring-wing judge, to the U.S. Supreme Court. 

With Barrett on the Supreme Court, issues around healthcare access, reproductive rights, and LGBTQ rights are at risk — and will be for decades in what will be an ultra-conservative majority. 

But there’s a possible solution: expanding the court by increasing the number of Supreme County justices. There’s nothing in the Constitution that dictates the size of the Supreme Court, and it has fluctuated in size from as few as five to as many as ten before settling at the current number of nine justices. 

Should the Senate confirm Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, we need to be ready. Join us as we call on Congress to expand the court by increasing the number of Supreme Court justices. 

Add your name: we need universal broadband access!


Target: United States Congress

Lack of internet access is a widespread issue all across our country. In New York City, 18% of all households do not have access to the internet at home today — and 46% of the city’s households in poverty lack broadband altogether. 

This is simply unacceptable. Distance learning or no distance learning, pandemic or no pandemic — having reliable and proper internet access is critical in the 21st century.  

This issue is critical and urgent — and Jamaal Bowman is ready to lead on it in Congress. If you agree that we need universal broadband access, add your name to this petition.