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    Elissa Slotkin

  • Slotkin was first elected to Congress in 2018 and is now seeking her second term. She has gained recognition for her national security expertise, which she honed while working for the CIA and the Department of Defense.

    In addition to national security, her other priorities include health care, the environment, economic opportunity, equality, gun violence prevention, and campaign finance reform.

    Slotkin has worked hard in Congress to make sure that Trump isn’t abusing his powers. For instance, she was the lead sponsor of a bill to prevent President Trump from launching military action in Iran without Congressional approval.

    Slotkin is endorsed by seven of our partner organizations, including the AFL-CIO, Michigan Education Association, American Federation of Teachers, Clean Water Action, Sierra Club, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan, and Between the Lines.

    Congresswoman Slotkin is being challenged by Paul Junge. Junge supports completely banning abortion, blocking common-sense gun laws that would keep guns out of the hands of criminals, and building President Trump’s border wall.

    Slotkin is the most progressive candidate in the race.

    Learn more: https://elissaforcongress.com/

    Elissa Slotkin

    Slotkin was first elected to Congress in 2018 and is now seeking her second term. She has gained recognition for her national security expertise, which she honed while working for the CIA and the Department of Defense.

    Slotkin was first elected to Congress in 2018 and is now seeking her second term. She has gained recognition for her national security expertise, which she honed while working for the CIA and the Department of Defense.

    In addition to national security, her other priorities include health care, the environment, economic opportunity, equality, gun violence prevention, and campaign finance reform.

    Slotkin has worked hard in Congress to make sure that Trump isn’t abusing his powers. For instance, she was the lead sponsor of a bill to prevent President Trump from launching military action in Iran without Congressional approval.

    Slotkin is endorsed by seven of our partner organizations, including the AFL-CIO, Michigan Education Association, American Federation of Teachers, Clean Water Action, Sierra Club, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan, and Between the Lines.

    Congresswoman Slotkin is being challenged by Paul Junge. Junge supports completely banning abortion, blocking common-sense gun laws that would keep guns out of the hands of criminals, and building President Trump’s border wall.

    Slotkin is the most progressive candidate in the race.

    Learn more: https://elissaforcongress.com/

    Elissa Slotkin

    Slotkin was first elected to Congress in 2018 and is now seeking her second term. She has gained recognition for her national security expertise, which she honed while working for the CIA and the Department of Defense.

  • After being elected to the Michigan Supreme Court in 2012, Bridget Mary McCormack was chosen by both her Democratic and GOP colleagues to serve as Chief Justice. She has kept the court transparent throughout the COVID-19 pandemic by moving hearings online and has shown a high level of professionalism and leadership from the bench that is needed on the state’s highest court. 

    Bridget Mary McCormack

    After being elected to the Michigan Supreme Court in 2012, Bridget Mary McCormack was chosen by both her Democratic and GOP colleagues to serve as Chief Justice.

    After being elected to the Michigan Supreme Court in 2012, Bridget Mary McCormack was chosen by both her Democratic and GOP colleagues to serve as Chief Justice. She has kept the court transparent throughout the COVID-19 pandemic by moving hearings online and has shown a high level of professionalism and leadership from the bench that is needed on the state’s highest court. 

    Bridget Mary McCormack

    After being elected to the Michigan Supreme Court in 2012, Bridget Mary McCormack was chosen by both her Democratic and GOP colleagues to serve as Chief Justice.

  • Elizabeth Welch has stood up for communities throughout her legal career and personal life. She was active in her school community and served as a board member of the Michigan League of Conservation Voters. She helped push back against big pharma and get funding for communities hit hard by the opioid crisis and has a strong record of supporting workplace safety standards. Welch is endorsed by AFT Michigan, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan, and a host of other labor and progressive organizations.

    Elizabeth Welch

    Elizabeth Welch has stood up for communities throughout her legal career and personal life. She was active in her school community and served as a board member of the Michigan League of Conservation Voters.

    Elizabeth Welch has stood up for communities throughout her legal career and personal life. She was active in her school community and served as a board member of the Michigan League of Conservation Voters. She helped push back against big pharma and get funding for communities hit hard by the opioid crisis and has a strong record of supporting workplace safety standards. Welch is endorsed by AFT Michigan, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan, and a host of other labor and progressive organizations.

    Elizabeth Welch

    Elizabeth Welch has stood up for communities throughout her legal career and personal life. She was active in her school community and served as a board member of the Michigan League of Conservation Voters.

Also in this race are Brock Swartzle and Mary Kelly, the Republican-nominated candidates running for the court against McCormack and Welch. We strongly recommend not voting for either of these candidates. 

Mary Kelly has faced questions of nepotism involving her job in the same court where her husband is chief judge and fired a longtime public employee in what was clearly a case of political retribution because he refused to back her candidacy for judge. 

Swartzle has a long history of being a GOP operative, a lawyer who defended foreclosure companies, and was appointed to the Court of Appeals by former Gov. Rick Snyder under very shady circumstances that was called an act of “political patronage,” according to the Detroit Free Press.

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Also in this race are Brock Swartzle and Mary Kelly, the Republican-nominated candidates running for the court against McCormack and Welch. We strongly recommend not voting for either of these candidates. 

Congress

Depending on where you live, you may have one of the below congressional districts on your ballot.

  • Dana Ferguson is a first time candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives in the 1st Congressional District of Michigan. A lifelong Yooper, he is a part of the Carpenters Union Local 1510, helps his family run a small business, and holds a Masters in Public Administration degree from Northern Michigan University. He supports Medicare for All, public education, gender equality, LGBTQ+ rights, and the Green New Deal.

    Ferguson is endorsed by the American Federation of Teachers and the AFL-CIO.

    Ferguson’s opponent is Congressman Jack Bergman. In Congress Bergman has consistently voted with Republican’s in support of President Trump’s harmful agenda.

    Ferguson is the most progressive choice in the race.

    Learn more: https://www.fergusonformichigan1.com/

    Dana Ferguson

    Dana Ferguson is a first time candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives in the 1st Congressional District of Michigan.

    Dana Ferguson is a first time candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives in the 1st Congressional District of Michigan. A lifelong Yooper, he is a part of the Carpenters Union Local 1510, helps his family run a small business, and holds a Masters in Public Administration degree from Northern Michigan University. He supports Medicare for All, public education, gender equality, LGBTQ+ rights, and the Green New Deal.

    Ferguson is endorsed by the American Federation of Teachers and the AFL-CIO.

    Ferguson’s opponent is Congressman Jack Bergman. In Congress Bergman has consistently voted with Republican’s in support of President Trump’s harmful agenda.

    Ferguson is the most progressive choice in the race.

    Learn more: https://www.fergusonformichigan1.com/

    Dana Ferguson

    Dana Ferguson is a first time candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives in the 1st Congressional District of Michigan.

  • Bryan Berghoef is running for Congress in Michigan’s 2nd Congressional District. He is an ordained pastor in the Christian Reformed Church and a published author. He is passionate about promoting the common good for all residents, strengthening our democracy, protecting our environment, and building an economy that works for everyone. Bryan supports a public option for health coverage.

    Bryan is endorsed by five of our partner organizations in Michigan. These include the Michigan Education Association, American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan, and Between the Lines.

    Bryan is running against Congressman Bill Huizenga. Huizenga is a typical right-wing Republican who was investigated by the House Ethics Committee in 2019 for using campaign funds to pay for trips to Disney World and other vacation spots.

    Bryan is the most progressive choice in this race.

    Learn more: www.bryanberghoef.com

    Bryan Berghoef

    Bryan Berghoef is running for Congress in Michigan’s 2nd Congressional District. He is an ordained pastor in the Christian Reformed Church and a published author.

    Bryan Berghoef is running for Congress in Michigan’s 2nd Congressional District. He is an ordained pastor in the Christian Reformed Church and a published author. He is passionate about promoting the common good for all residents, strengthening our democracy, protecting our environment, and building an economy that works for everyone. Bryan supports a public option for health coverage.

    Bryan is endorsed by five of our partner organizations in Michigan. These include the Michigan Education Association, American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan, and Between the Lines.

    Bryan is running against Congressman Bill Huizenga. Huizenga is a typical right-wing Republican who was investigated by the House Ethics Committee in 2019 for using campaign funds to pay for trips to Disney World and other vacation spots.

    Bryan is the most progressive choice in this race.

    Learn more: www.bryanberghoef.com

    Bryan Berghoef

    Bryan Berghoef is running for Congress in Michigan’s 2nd Congressional District. He is an ordained pastor in the Christian Reformed Church and a published author.

  • Hillary Scholten is running for Congress for the first time. She worked for the Department of Justice under President Obama, where she worked to fix America’s broken immigration system. After President Trump took office, she continued her work to solve our immigration crisis by joining the Michigan Immigrant Rights Center. She also began volunteering for the Times Up Legal Defense Fund, which provides legal services to women who face workplace sexual harassment.

    In addition to immigration and civil rights, she is also focused on strengthening education, expanding access to health care, protecting our environment, clean water, and updating our infrastructure.

    Scholten is endorsed by five of our partner organizations in Michigan. These include the Michigan Education Association, American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan, and Sierra Club.

    Scholten is running against another first time candidate, Peter Meijer, heir to the grocery chain by the same name.

    Scholten is the most progressive choice in this race.

    Learn more: https://www.hillaryscholten.com

    Hillary Scholten

    Hillary Scholten is running for Congress for the first time. She worked for the Department of Justice under President Obama, where she worked to fix America’s broken immigration system.

    Hillary Scholten is running for Congress for the first time. She worked for the Department of Justice under President Obama, where she worked to fix America’s broken immigration system. After President Trump took office, she continued her work to solve our immigration crisis by joining the Michigan Immigrant Rights Center. She also began volunteering for the Times Up Legal Defense Fund, which provides legal services to women who face workplace sexual harassment.

    In addition to immigration and civil rights, she is also focused on strengthening education, expanding access to health care, protecting our environment, clean water, and updating our infrastructure.

    Scholten is endorsed by five of our partner organizations in Michigan. These include the Michigan Education Association, American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan, and Sierra Club.

    Scholten is running against another first time candidate, Peter Meijer, heir to the grocery chain by the same name.

    Scholten is the most progressive choice in this race.

    Learn more: https://www.hillaryscholten.com

    Hillary Scholten

    Hillary Scholten is running for Congress for the first time. She worked for the Department of Justice under President Obama, where she worked to fix America’s broken immigration system.

  • Jerry Hilliard is running for Congress after previously running in 2018. Born in Midland, Hilliard is a graduate of Harrison High School and Central Michigan University. He has taught at Whittemore-Prescott Schools, He also had a successful career at Nabisco here in Michigan. Jerry is concerned about protecting the environment, expanding opportunity, civil rights, and improving access to health care through a Medicare for All program.

    Hilliard is endorsed by the American Federation of Teachers and the AFL-CIO.

    Hilliard is running against extreme right-wing Republican, Congressman John Moolenaar.

    Hilliard is the most progressive person in this race.

    Learn more: http://www.jerryhilliardforcongress.com

    Jerry Hilliard

    Jerry Hilliard is running for Congress after previously running in 2018. Born in Midland, Hilliard is a graduate of Harrison High School and Central Michigan University. He has taught at Whittemore-Prescott Schools, He also had a successful career at Nabisco here in Michigan.

    Jerry Hilliard is running for Congress after previously running in 2018. Born in Midland, Hilliard is a graduate of Harrison High School and Central Michigan University. He has taught at Whittemore-Prescott Schools, He also had a successful career at Nabisco here in Michigan. Jerry is concerned about protecting the environment, expanding opportunity, civil rights, and improving access to health care through a Medicare for All program.

    Hilliard is endorsed by the American Federation of Teachers and the AFL-CIO.

    Hilliard is running against extreme right-wing Republican, Congressman John Moolenaar.

    Hilliard is the most progressive person in this race.

    Learn more: http://www.jerryhilliardforcongress.com

    Jerry Hilliard

    Jerry Hilliard is running for Congress after previously running in 2018. Born in Midland, Hilliard is a graduate of Harrison High School and Central Michigan University. He has taught at Whittemore-Prescott Schools, He also had a successful career at Nabisco here in Michigan.

  • Dan Kildee is running for his fifth term in Congress, having first been elected in 2012. He currently serves as Chief Deputy Majority Whip, where he acts as a liaison among Members of Congress and the leadership to build support for legislation. In 2016, he secured the release of Amir Hekmati, a U.S. Marine veteran who had been held prisoner in Iran. He has secured federal funding to replace water pipes in Flint. He successfully led an effort to prevent a Canadian company from burying nuclear waste near the Lake Huron shoreline.

    Before serving in Congress, Kildee co-founded the Center for Community Progress, a national non-profit which works on urban revitalization. He founded the Genesee County Land Bank, which directed over $100 million in investment to Flint and which has been used as a model for land banks across America. He also served as Genesee County Treasurer and member of the Flint School Board.

    Kildee is endorsed by six of our partner organizations, including the AFL-CIO, Michigan Education Association, American Federation of Teachers, Clean Water Action, Sierra Club, and Between the Lines.

    Kildee is running against former state lawmaker Tim Kelly. President Donald Trump nominated Kelly for a position in the U.S. Department of Education; however, his nomination was withdrawn after it was revealed that he had made disparaging comments about Muslims and women on his blog.

    Dan Kildee is the most progressive candidate in this race.

    Learn more: https://www.dankildee.com/

    Dan Kildee

    Dan Kildee is running for his fifth term in Congress, having first been elected in 2012. He currently serves as Chief Deputy Majority Whip, where he acts as a liaison among Members of Congress and the leadership to build support for legislation.

    Dan Kildee is running for his fifth term in Congress, having first been elected in 2012. He currently serves as Chief Deputy Majority Whip, where he acts as a liaison among Members of Congress and the leadership to build support for legislation. In 2016, he secured the release of Amir Hekmati, a U.S. Marine veteran who had been held prisoner in Iran. He has secured federal funding to replace water pipes in Flint. He successfully led an effort to prevent a Canadian company from burying nuclear waste near the Lake Huron shoreline.

    Before serving in Congress, Kildee co-founded the Center for Community Progress, a national non-profit which works on urban revitalization. He founded the Genesee County Land Bank, which directed over $100 million in investment to Flint and which has been used as a model for land banks across America. He also served as Genesee County Treasurer and member of the Flint School Board.

    Kildee is endorsed by six of our partner organizations, including the AFL-CIO, Michigan Education Association, American Federation of Teachers, Clean Water Action, Sierra Club, and Between the Lines.

    Kildee is running against former state lawmaker Tim Kelly. President Donald Trump nominated Kelly for a position in the U.S. Department of Education; however, his nomination was withdrawn after it was revealed that he had made disparaging comments about Muslims and women on his blog.

    Dan Kildee is the most progressive candidate in this race.

    Learn more: https://www.dankildee.com/

    Dan Kildee

    Dan Kildee is running for his fifth term in Congress, having first been elected in 2012. He currently serves as Chief Deputy Majority Whip, where he acts as a liaison among Members of Congress and the leadership to build support for legislation.

  • Representative Jon Hoadley was first elected in the Michigan House of Representatives in 2014 and is now seeking to flip the 6th Congressional District in Michigan that’s been held by Republican Fred Upton since 1987.

    Rep. Hoadley is a champion for health care, the environment, and civil rights. Throughout his time as a state representative he has introduced legislation to make healthcare more accessible, restrict the use of toxic chemicals like PFAS that would damage ecosystems, as well as bills to protect the LGBTQ+ community in Michigan.

    Rep. Hoadley’s three key issues going into the Congressional race are finding solutions for affordable health care, battling the climate crisis, and taking big money out of politics.

    Hoadley is endorsed by seven of our partner organizations including Michigan Education Association, the AAmerican Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations, the American Federation of Teachers, Clean Water Action, and the Sierra Club, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigans, and Between the Lines.

    Hoadley is challenging incumbent Republican Congressman Fred Upton. Upton is vehemently against universal healthcare and the Affordable Care Act, against reproductive healthcare and abortion, and most recently voted against HR-7301 that would have protected Americans from being evicted or having their house foreclosed on due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Upton has previously been on record saying carbon emissions on Earth are not an issue, and wants the EPA to roll back environmental regulations. The Los Angeles Times even claimed that Upton "Represents one of the biggest threats to planet Earth on planet Earth,” because of his stance on the climate crisis.

    Hoadley is the most progressive candidate in this race.

    Learn more: https://www.jonhoadley.com/

    Jon Hoadley

    Representative Jon Hoadley was first elected in the Michigan House of Representatives in 2014 and is now seeking to flip the 6th Congressional District in Michigan that’s been held by Republican Fred Upton since 1987.

    Representative Jon Hoadley was first elected in the Michigan House of Representatives in 2014 and is now seeking to flip the 6th Congressional District in Michigan that’s been held by Republican Fred Upton since 1987.

    Rep. Hoadley is a champion for health care, the environment, and civil rights. Throughout his time as a state representative he has introduced legislation to make healthcare more accessible, restrict the use of toxic chemicals like PFAS that would damage ecosystems, as well as bills to protect the LGBTQ+ community in Michigan.

    Rep. Hoadley’s three key issues going into the Congressional race are finding solutions for affordable health care, battling the climate crisis, and taking big money out of politics.

    Hoadley is endorsed by seven of our partner organizations including Michigan Education Association, the AAmerican Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations, the American Federation of Teachers, Clean Water Action, and the Sierra Club, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigans, and Between the Lines.

    Hoadley is challenging incumbent Republican Congressman Fred Upton. Upton is vehemently against universal healthcare and the Affordable Care Act, against reproductive healthcare and abortion, and most recently voted against HR-7301 that would have protected Americans from being evicted or having their house foreclosed on due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Upton has previously been on record saying carbon emissions on Earth are not an issue, and wants the EPA to roll back environmental regulations. The Los Angeles Times even claimed that Upton "Represents one of the biggest threats to planet Earth on planet Earth,” because of his stance on the climate crisis.

    Hoadley is the most progressive candidate in this race.

    Learn more: https://www.jonhoadley.com/

    Jon Hoadley

    Representative Jon Hoadley was first elected in the Michigan House of Representatives in 2014 and is now seeking to flip the 6th Congressional District in Michigan that’s been held by Republican Fred Upton since 1987.

  • Gretchen Driskell is running for Congress in the 7th District. Driskell previously served two terms in the Michigan House of Representatives, where she advocated for rural broadband access and infrastructure investments.

    During Driskell’s 14 years as Mayor of Saline, she helped to attract a diverse array of businesses and organizations to Saline. She also helped balance the budget every year. Saline was named one of the 100 best small cities in America three times during her tenure.

    Driskell’s priorities include protecting the environment, expanding access to health care, investing in infrastructure, and supporting students, seniors, farmers, and veterans.

    Driskell is endorsed by six of our partner organizations, including the AFL-CIO, Michigan Education Association, American Federation of Teachers, Clean Water Action, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan, and Between the Lines.

    Driskell is challenging Republican Tim Walberg, has also incessantly supported racist remarks that President Barack Obama was “not born in the United States” and believes Obama should’ve been impeached over his birth certificate. He’s also voted repeatedly to repeal the Affordable Care Act.

    Driskell is the most progressive choice in this race.

    Learn more: https://votegretchen.com/

    Gretchen Driskell

    Gretchen Driskell is running for Congress in the 7th District. Driskell previously served two terms in the Michigan House of Representatives, where she advocated for rural broadband access and infrastructure investments.

    Gretchen Driskell is running for Congress in the 7th District. Driskell previously served two terms in the Michigan House of Representatives, where she advocated for rural broadband access and infrastructure investments.

    During Driskell’s 14 years as Mayor of Saline, she helped to attract a diverse array of businesses and organizations to Saline. She also helped balance the budget every year. Saline was named one of the 100 best small cities in America three times during her tenure.

    Driskell’s priorities include protecting the environment, expanding access to health care, investing in infrastructure, and supporting students, seniors, farmers, and veterans.

    Driskell is endorsed by six of our partner organizations, including the AFL-CIO, Michigan Education Association, American Federation of Teachers, Clean Water Action, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan, and Between the Lines.

    Driskell is challenging Republican Tim Walberg, has also incessantly supported racist remarks that President Barack Obama was “not born in the United States” and believes Obama should’ve been impeached over his birth certificate. He’s also voted repeatedly to repeal the Affordable Care Act.

    Driskell is the most progressive choice in this race.

    Learn more: https://votegretchen.com/

    Gretchen Driskell

    Gretchen Driskell is running for Congress in the 7th District. Driskell previously served two terms in the Michigan House of Representatives, where she advocated for rural broadband access and infrastructure investments.

  • Slotkin was first elected to Congress in 2018 and is now seeking her second term. She has gained recognition for her national security expertise, which she honed while working for the CIA and the Department of Defense.

    In addition to national security, her other priorities include health care, the environment, economic opportunity, equality, gun violence prevention, and campaign finance reform.

    Slotkin has worked hard in Congress to make sure that Trump isn’t abusing his powers. For instance, she was the lead sponsor of a bill to prevent President Trump from launching military action in Iran without Congressional approval.

    Slotkin is endorsed by seven of our partner organizations, including the AFL-CIO, Michigan Education Association, American Federation of Teachers, Clean Water Action, Sierra Club, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan, and Between the Lines.

    Congresswoman Slotkin is being challenged by Paul Junge. Junge supports completely banning abortion, blocking common-sense gun laws that would keep guns out of the hands of criminals, and building President Trump’s border wall.

    Slotkin is the most progressive candidate in the race.

    Learn more: https://elissaforcongress.com/

    Elissa Slotkin

    Slotkin was first elected to Congress in 2018 and is now seeking her second term. She has gained recognition for her national security expertise, which she honed while working for the CIA and the Department of Defense.

    Slotkin was first elected to Congress in 2018 and is now seeking her second term. She has gained recognition for her national security expertise, which she honed while working for the CIA and the Department of Defense.

    In addition to national security, her other priorities include health care, the environment, economic opportunity, equality, gun violence prevention, and campaign finance reform.

    Slotkin has worked hard in Congress to make sure that Trump isn’t abusing his powers. For instance, she was the lead sponsor of a bill to prevent President Trump from launching military action in Iran without Congressional approval.

    Slotkin is endorsed by seven of our partner organizations, including the AFL-CIO, Michigan Education Association, American Federation of Teachers, Clean Water Action, Sierra Club, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan, and Between the Lines.

    Congresswoman Slotkin is being challenged by Paul Junge. Junge supports completely banning abortion, blocking common-sense gun laws that would keep guns out of the hands of criminals, and building President Trump’s border wall.

    Slotkin is the most progressive candidate in the race.

    Learn more: https://elissaforcongress.com/

    Elissa Slotkin

    Slotkin was first elected to Congress in 2018 and is now seeking her second term. She has gained recognition for her national security expertise, which she honed while working for the CIA and the Department of Defense.

  • Congressman Andy Levin is running for his second term in Congress, having first been elected in 2018. Levin has already been named Vice Chair of the House Committee on Education and Labor - a significant accomplishment for a first-term member of Congress.

    Before being elected to Congress, Levin undertook several initiatives that have helped companies improve their sustainability. Before that, he helped create Michigan’s No Worker Left Behind program, which helped over 160,000 unemployed Michiganders return to school. For more than a decade, he worked as Deputy Director of Organizing for the AFL-CIO. He also performed legal work on behalf of asylum seekers and investigated human rights issues around the world.

    Economic justice, the environment, health care, and human rights continue to be priorities for Levin, just as they have been throughout his career.

    Levin is endorsed by seven of our partner organizations, including the AFL-CIO, Michigan Education Association, American Federation of Teachers, Clean Water Action, Sierra Club, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan, and Between the Lines.

    Levin is facing first time candidate Charles Langworthy.

    Levin is the most progressive candidate in the race.

    Learn more: https://www.andylevinforcongress.com/

    Andy Levin

    Congressman Andy Levin is running for his second term in Congress, having first been elected in 2018. Levin has already been named Vice Chair of the House Committee on Education and Labor - a significant accomplishment for a first-term member of Congress.

    Congressman Andy Levin is running for his second term in Congress, having first been elected in 2018. Levin has already been named Vice Chair of the House Committee on Education and Labor - a significant accomplishment for a first-term member of Congress.

    Before being elected to Congress, Levin undertook several initiatives that have helped companies improve their sustainability. Before that, he helped create Michigan’s No Worker Left Behind program, which helped over 160,000 unemployed Michiganders return to school. For more than a decade, he worked as Deputy Director of Organizing for the AFL-CIO. He also performed legal work on behalf of asylum seekers and investigated human rights issues around the world.

    Economic justice, the environment, health care, and human rights continue to be priorities for Levin, just as they have been throughout his career.

    Levin is endorsed by seven of our partner organizations, including the AFL-CIO, Michigan Education Association, American Federation of Teachers, Clean Water Action, Sierra Club, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan, and Between the Lines.

    Levin is facing first time candidate Charles Langworthy.

    Levin is the most progressive candidate in the race.

    Learn more: https://www.andylevinforcongress.com/

    Andy Levin

    Congressman Andy Levin is running for his second term in Congress, having first been elected in 2018. Levin has already been named Vice Chair of the House Committee on Education and Labor - a significant accomplishment for a first-term member of Congress.

  • Kimberly Bizon is a political activist who works at a creative marketing agency.

    Health care, human rights, infrastructure, safety, and political reform are among her priorities.

    Bizon is endorsed by three of our partner organizations, including the AFL-CIO, Michigan Education Association, and American Federation of Teachers.

    Bizon is facing Lisa McClain, who has campaigned with members of the Trump family.

    Bizon is the most progressive candidate in this race.

    Learn more: https://www.kimberlybizonforcongress.com/

    Kimberly Bizon

    Kimberly Bizon is a political activist who works at a creative marketing agency.

    Health care, human rights, infrastructure, safety, and political reform are among her priorities.

    Kimberly Bizon is a political activist who works at a creative marketing agency.

    Health care, human rights, infrastructure, safety, and political reform are among her priorities.

    Bizon is endorsed by three of our partner organizations, including the AFL-CIO, Michigan Education Association, and American Federation of Teachers.

    Bizon is facing Lisa McClain, who has campaigned with members of the Trump family.

    Bizon is the most progressive candidate in this race.

    Learn more: https://www.kimberlybizonforcongress.com/

    Kimberly Bizon

    Kimberly Bizon is a political activist who works at a creative marketing agency.

    Health care, human rights, infrastructure, safety, and political reform are among her priorities.

  • Congresswoman Haley Stevens is running for her second term in Congress, having first been elected in 2018. More than 200,000 jobs were saved thanks to Stevens’s work in the Obama administration, where she played key roles in helping to rescue the auto industry and revitalize manufacturing.

    In addition to workforce development and technology, Stevens has also prioritized health care, the environment, and equality during her first term in Congress. She was also selected, alongside Colin Allread, to be co-presidents of the House Democratic Freshman Class of the 116th U.S. Congress.

    Most recently, Stevens has voted to protect the U.S. Postal Service during a time when mail-in voting will be at an all time high, and has called for greater transparency in the government.

    Stevens is endorsed by seven of our partner organizations, including the AFL-CIO, Michigan Education Association, American Federation of Teachers, Clean Water Action, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan, Sierra Club, and Between the Lines.

    Stevens faces far-right Republican Eric Esshaki.

    Stevens is the most progressive candidate in this race.

    Learn more: https://haleystevensforcongress.com/

    Haley Stevens

    Congresswoman Haley Stevens is running for her second term in Congress, having first been elected in 2018. More than 200,000 jobs were saved thanks to Stevens’s work in the Obama administration, where she played key roles in helping to rescue the auto industry and revitalize manufacturing.

    Congresswoman Haley Stevens is running for her second term in Congress, having first been elected in 2018. More than 200,000 jobs were saved thanks to Stevens’s work in the Obama administration, where she played key roles in helping to rescue the auto industry and revitalize manufacturing.

    In addition to workforce development and technology, Stevens has also prioritized health care, the environment, and equality during her first term in Congress. She was also selected, alongside Colin Allread, to be co-presidents of the House Democratic Freshman Class of the 116th U.S. Congress.

    Most recently, Stevens has voted to protect the U.S. Postal Service during a time when mail-in voting will be at an all time high, and has called for greater transparency in the government.

    Stevens is endorsed by seven of our partner organizations, including the AFL-CIO, Michigan Education Association, American Federation of Teachers, Clean Water Action, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan, Sierra Club, and Between the Lines.

    Stevens faces far-right Republican Eric Esshaki.

    Stevens is the most progressive candidate in this race.

    Learn more: https://haleystevensforcongress.com/

    Haley Stevens

    Congresswoman Haley Stevens is running for her second term in Congress, having first been elected in 2018. More than 200,000 jobs were saved thanks to Stevens’s work in the Obama administration, where she played key roles in helping to rescue the auto industry and revitalize manufacturing.

  • Congresswoman Debbie Dingell is running for her fourth term in Congress, having first been elected in 2014. Dingell has risen through the ranks to become Co-Chair of the House Democratic Policy and Communications Committee. She also serves as Co-Chair of the House Medicare for All Caucus and 12 other caucuses.

    Healthcare and education have been focal points for Dingell’s career. She previously served as an executive at General Motors and as president of its foundation. In 2006, Michigan voters elected her to the Wayne State University Board of Governors, which she would chair. In addition to health care and education, her work in Congress has also centered around the auto industry, the environment, and veterans’ affairs.

    Dingell is endorsed by seven of our partner organizations, including the AFL-CIO, Michigan Education Association, American Federation of Teachers, Clean Water Action, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan, Sierra Club, and Between the Lines.

    Dingell is facing perpetual candidate, right-wing Republican, Jeff Jones.

    Dingell is the most progressive candidate in this race.

    Learn more: https://debbiedingellforcongress.com/

    Debbie Dingell

    Congresswoman Debbie Dingell is running for her fourth term in Congress, having first been elected in 2014. Dingell has risen through the ranks to become Co-Chair of the House Democratic Policy and Communications Committee.

    Congresswoman Debbie Dingell is running for her fourth term in Congress, having first been elected in 2014. Dingell has risen through the ranks to become Co-Chair of the House Democratic Policy and Communications Committee. She also serves as Co-Chair of the House Medicare for All Caucus and 12 other caucuses.

    Healthcare and education have been focal points for Dingell’s career. She previously served as an executive at General Motors and as president of its foundation. In 2006, Michigan voters elected her to the Wayne State University Board of Governors, which she would chair. In addition to health care and education, her work in Congress has also centered around the auto industry, the environment, and veterans’ affairs.

    Dingell is endorsed by seven of our partner organizations, including the AFL-CIO, Michigan Education Association, American Federation of Teachers, Clean Water Action, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan, Sierra Club, and Between the Lines.

    Dingell is facing perpetual candidate, right-wing Republican, Jeff Jones.

    Dingell is the most progressive candidate in this race.

    Learn more: https://debbiedingellforcongress.com/

    Debbie Dingell

    Congresswoman Debbie Dingell is running for her fourth term in Congress, having first been elected in 2014. Dingell has risen through the ranks to become Co-Chair of the House Democratic Policy and Communications Committee.

  • Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib is running for her second term in Congress, having first been elected in 2018. Tlaib is one of the first two Muslim women ever elected to Congress and was previously the first Muslim woman elected to the Michigan House of Representatives, where she served for six years.

    Tlaib has spent her career and her term in Congress working for social, economic, environmental, and housing justice and standing up to wealthy special interests. Despite being new to Congress, she has already secured funding to prevent water shutoffs and keep vital services in operation during the COVID-19 crisis. She has also opened four neighborhood service centers throughout the 13th Congressional District.

    Tlaib is endorsed by six of our partner organizations, including Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan, the AFL-CIO, Michigan Education Association, American Federation of Teachers, Sierra Club, Clean Water Action, and Between the Lines.

    Congresswoman Tlaib is facing Republican David Dudenhoefer.

    Tlaib is one of the most progressive members of Congress and is definitively the most progressive candidate in this race.

    Learn more: https://rashidaforcongress.com/

    Rashida Tlaib

    Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib is running for her second term in Congress, having first been elected in 2018.

    Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib is running for her second term in Congress, having first been elected in 2018. Tlaib is one of the first two Muslim women ever elected to Congress and was previously the first Muslim woman elected to the Michigan House of Representatives, where she served for six years.

    Tlaib has spent her career and her term in Congress working for social, economic, environmental, and housing justice and standing up to wealthy special interests. Despite being new to Congress, she has already secured funding to prevent water shutoffs and keep vital services in operation during the COVID-19 crisis. She has also opened four neighborhood service centers throughout the 13th Congressional District.

    Tlaib is endorsed by six of our partner organizations, including Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan, the AFL-CIO, Michigan Education Association, American Federation of Teachers, Sierra Club, Clean Water Action, and Between the Lines.

    Congresswoman Tlaib is facing Republican David Dudenhoefer.

    Tlaib is one of the most progressive members of Congress and is definitively the most progressive candidate in this race.

    Learn more: https://rashidaforcongress.com/

    Rashida Tlaib

    Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib is running for her second term in Congress, having first been elected in 2018.

  • Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence is running for her fourth term in Congress, having first been elected in 2014. A longtime U.S. Postal Service employee, Lawrence has worked tirelessly to secure funding for the USPS and ensure that Americans receive their mail and packages on time. Health care, the environment, economic opportunity, and women’s and veterans’ issues are also priorities for Lawrence.

    Lawrence previously served for 14 years as the first female and first African-American mayor of Southfield. Before that, she served on the Southfield City Council and as President of the Southfield Board of Education.

    Lawrence is endorsed by six of our partner organizations, including the AFL-CIO, Michigan Education Association, American Federation of Teachers, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan, Sierra Club, and Between the Lines.

    Lawrence is running against first time congressional candidate Robert Vance Patrick.

    Lawrence is the most progressive candidate in this race.

    Learn more: http://brendalawrence.com

    Brenda Lawrence

    Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence is running for her fourth term in Congress, having first been elected in 2014. A longtime U.S. Postal Service employee, Lawrence has worked tirelessly to secure funding for the USPS and ensure that Americans receive their mail and packages on time.

    Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence is running for her fourth term in Congress, having first been elected in 2014. A longtime U.S. Postal Service employee, Lawrence has worked tirelessly to secure funding for the USPS and ensure that Americans receive their mail and packages on time. Health care, the environment, economic opportunity, and women’s and veterans’ issues are also priorities for Lawrence.

    Lawrence previously served for 14 years as the first female and first African-American mayor of Southfield. Before that, she served on the Southfield City Council and as President of the Southfield Board of Education.

    Lawrence is endorsed by six of our partner organizations, including the AFL-CIO, Michigan Education Association, American Federation of Teachers, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan, Sierra Club, and Between the Lines.

    Lawrence is running against first time congressional candidate Robert Vance Patrick.

    Lawrence is the most progressive candidate in this race.

    Learn more: http://brendalawrence.com

    Brenda Lawrence

    Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence is running for her fourth term in Congress, having first been elected in 2014. A longtime U.S. Postal Service employee, Lawrence has worked tirelessly to secure funding for the USPS and ensure that Americans receive their mail and packages on time.

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