These are the Greyroots Action 2018 endorsed candidates. We believe that these candidates will best represent the Greyroots Action platform.
We have not endorsed any candidates for 2019 yet.
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Stacey Abrams is running for governor because she has a vision for Georgia where equality fosters prosperity & everyone has the chance to thrive. Her primary is May 22.
Sherrod Brown doesn’t just talk the talk. As a matter of principle, he refused to accept the congressional health care plan until affordable health insurance was available to Ohioans. And he continues to fight insurance company and pharmaceutical company lobbyists in order to make healthcare more affordable for seniors, workers, and small businesses.
Randy Bryce is a U.S. Army veteran, cancer survivor, and union ironworker. He joined the race for Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District because his values are our neighbors’ values, and Washington has gotten way off track.
Jesús “Chuy” García is a progressive leader who has fought to improve the lives of all people. Chuy emerged as a national leader during his 2015 bid for Mayor of the City of Chicago. Chuy received an outpouring of support and acclaim and has continued to be vocal on local and national policy issues.
Gillum is running to build a state that works for all Floridians. He's fighting for access to quality education, affordable health care, and a good-paying job with benefits to support their family.
Jess King is running for Congress in PA's 11th CD. Jess King is a working mother. She has spent her career fighting for Pennsylvanians who want a shot at the American dream. Her primary is May 15.
Rep. Pramila Jayapal is a movement activist and community organizer who is now serving Congress. Before she became an elected official she was a leader of progressive organizations in Washington state.
Ben Jealous is a civil rights leader, community organizer, investor in startups for good, educator, former investigative journalist and a Rhodes Scholar who has spent his life bringing people together to get big things done. His primary is 6/26.
Lamb won an upset victory for Congress in a special election in deep red SW PA. He's now running for a full term in PA's 17th CD.
Senator Bernie Sanders is running for reelection this year.
Tiperneni ran in a deep-red district special election in April, coming with 5 points of a major upset. Democrats and Independents need to read that Dr. Hiral Tipirneni is a career problem-solver who will be a fresh voice fighting against government corruption. She is on the side of West Valley families, not politicians and big corporations.
Elizabeth Warren is running for reelection to the US Senate from Massachusetts.