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Warren Democrats is supporting Democratic candidates fighting for progressive change, mobilizing people to support those candidates and these ideas, and continuing to build the grassroots movement that Elizabeth Warren inspired. Here’s what Elizabeth has to say about these incredible candidates:
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Running for U.S. Senate in South Carolina
Born and raised in rural South Carolina, Jaime Harrison has lived the struggles so many in the Palmetto State face every single day. But despite the odds that were stacked against him, Jaime worked hard, overcame challenges at every turn and gave back to the community that raised him. Learn more
Running for Congress in Washington's 7th District
From leading the Congressional Progressive Caucus to introducing bold, people-first proposals like Medicare for All, college for all and humane immigration reform, Pramila is a progressive champion that Seattle and our country can always depend on. Learn more
Running for Governor of Missouri
As Governor, Nicole Galloway will take on the political insiders in Jefferson City to fight for affordable health care, improve public schools, and make it easier for hard-working families to get by in Missouri. Learn more