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Power the blue wave by joining the Flippable Fund

In November, over 6,000 state seats will be up for election nationwide. The difference between electing Democrats vs. Republicans to those seats couldn’t be more stark. It’s the difference between spending $100 or $100,000 on life-saving medications. The difference between gun laws that protect our communities or enrich the NRA. The difference between living in a democracy—or seeing our rights stripped away.

The Flippable Fund is the simplest, most effective way to fuel the national blue wave—and flip our country around. Donations to our PAC will support Democrats running for state-level office in 2018. We’ll cut through the noise by selecting 100 excellent candidates in strategic districts. You’ll advance a powerful, data-driven movement that’s already seen results. By joining the Flippable Fund, you’ll be stepping up for democracy—and taking charge of our country’s direction.


HOW IT WORKS
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You subscribe to the Flippable Fund

Grassroots donations go a long way in state elections, so your monthly contribution could make the difference in a key race. Chip in $5 or $50 a month to power the blue wave.

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We support candidates

We give money to Democratic candidates as they launch their campaigns. In 2018, we’re supporting 100 inspiring candidates in strategic districts. By getting in early, you can make sure that candidates start strong and finish even stronger.

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We keep you involved

Once you’ve joined the Flippable Fund, we won’t pester you with endless donation asks. We’ll plug you in to meaningful volunteer opportunities, and we’ll share state news, campaign updates, & political progress reports.


DISTRICTS WE'RE TARGETING
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NY Senate District 37 (Westchester)
D - Candidate: Shelley Mayer
"I am running for State Senate to flip the Republican-controlled chamber and enact progressive policies."
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TX House District 102 (Dallas)
D - Candidate: Ana-Maria Ramos
"As a teacher, attorney and community activist, I have dedicated my professional career to fighting for racial justice."
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TX House District 26 (Houston Metro)
D - Candidate: Sarah DeMerchant
"When I am the State Representative for District 26, I will fight to expand the ACA."
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PA House District 178 (Philadelphia area)
D - Candidate: Helen Tai
"We must level the playing field so that all children have the same opportunity."
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FL House District 72 (Sarasota area)
Representative Margaret Good
Flipped! Margaret Good won by a margin of 52% to 45%.
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TX House District 108 (Dallas)
D - Candidate: Joanna Cattanach
"I want to to be the change this district needs and start now."
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TX House District 52 (Austin Metro)
D - Candidate: James Talarico
"Instead of arming teachers with guns, arm them with the funding they deserve."
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TX House District 65 (Dallas Metro)
D - Candidate: Michelle Beckley
"We must work to ensure that everyone has access to affordable, high-quality health care."
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PA Senate District 12 (Philadelphia area)
D - Candidate: Maria Collett
"It has never been more important to elect people to our State Senate who will represent the voices of all Pennsylvanians."
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NH House District Belknap 3 (Laconia)
Representative-elect Phil Spagnuolo
Flipped! Phil Spagnuolo won by a margin of 53.5% to 46.5%.
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PA Senate District 44 (Philadelphia area)
D - Candidate: Katie Muth
"Healthcare is a human right and every human being deserves guaranteed access and coverage."
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TX House District 112 (Dallas)
D - Candidate: Brandy K. Chambers
"It is time to bring compassion, community and equity back to the laws of Texas."
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TX House District 136 (Austin Metro)
D - Candidate: John H. Bucy III
"I’m running for HD 136 because Texas should be leading the way on providing quality public education."

LEARN MORE
Blog: New York Isn't a Blue State - Yet
New York Isn’t a Blue State — Yet
Minnesota State Capitol Activists
How Democrats Can Win
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Special Elections

WHAT YOU CAN DO

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