Building on tactics Indivisibles successfully piloted during the 2022 midterms, the Guide offers guidance on how local activists can help collectively make the Republican brand toxic and how to move the Democratic party forward through local action.
With a Republican House looming, people have been counting on Democrats to use every remaining moment of their trifecta to deliver as much of the Democratic agenda as possible, and today we get to celebrate some important and long-fought wins.
Sinema’s re-election chances were already extremely slim. She has abysmally low approval ratings among Arizona voters of every party. This is another cynical move to prolong her career. It's not going to work.
Manchin’s dirty deal would have devastating impacts on the environment and frontline communities, undercut the important pro-climate wins that Democrats secured this year, so was opposed by a huge swath of the Democratic coalition–from Members of Congress to frontline communities, environmental organizations, and many others.
Senator Warnock’s victory is not only a testament to his leadership in the Senate and the grassroots power in Georgia – it is yet another indication that voters across urban, suburban, and rural Georgia will not back down in fighting for a pro-choice, pro-democracy future.
This is not the first time that the conservatives on the Supreme Court have invited specious legal challenges in their efforts to distort the meaning of the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment to grant expansive power to the religious right to discriminate against groups they hate. This is not about religion. This is about hatred and discrimination.
Rail workers are not getting what they deserve today, but that’s not for lack of fighting. Tens of thousands of workers have stood together for years, demanding a fair union contract that treated them with dignity, and billionaire railroad CEOs have refused even modest proposals on sick leave.