Election Day is just eight weeks away. We founded Progressive Democrats of America 14 years ago to build toward a governing progressive majority. To get there, we endorsed several progressive champions. We need your help right now to get every one of them elected. Your donation of $500, $20.18, $10, or $5 will provide us with the resources we need to elect a powerful progressive Democratic House and a strong Democratic Senate to reverse the Trumpublicans’ reign of error.
To defeat Trumpublicans on Election Day, we need 100 new Change Makes Change sustaining partners today, to help us fund our nation-wide field operation. We need to buy and distribute materials like rally signs and stickers. We need to hire a few more staffers. We need to buy pizza and pay expenses to keep our hard working volunteers organizing at full capacity. We promise we will make the best possible use of every single penny to elect every single endorsed candidate.
If you can give $5 per month, that’s great! $20.18? Wonderful! $27? Spectacular! Whatever is good for you is great for us. Thanks so much for anything you can do right now to help us reach our magic 100 goal. Can’t commit to automatic monthly gifts? Your one-time donation of $500, $20.18–whatever you can spare—will make a huge difference!
Mike Hersh for Mike F., Deb, Bryan, Kim, Dr. Bill, Dan, Janis, Shayna, Donna, and Judy—your PDA National Team
P.S. We don’t ask for dues. We rely on small donations from people like you. If you’ve donated before, now is the time to sign up to make automatic monthly “sustainer” contributions. If you’re already a sustainer, we appreciate your help! If you can, please consider increasing your donation by giving another amount per month.
No spare change to help us make change? Then join the PDA Phone Team making easy, effective calls from your own home with Mike “Phone Guy” Fox. We’re here to help you make progress in your state and locality! If you need help organizing a new PDA chapter or energizing your existing chapter, please contact PDA Field Coordinator Dan O’Neal.