Current Projects & Events

Our projects are creatively chosen for both viability and impact. We support candidates for whom our fundraising and efforts will make a unique difference, seats that might not have the national spotlight but are in contention, winnable, and strategically important, and which can potentially draw more voters for up-ticket races.

What we're working on

JOIN US FOR AN EVENING OF INSPIRATION

WITH SIMON ROSENBERG! 

AND 

THE STATE GOVERNMENT CITIZENS CAMPAIGN!

WHY: 

Does the November election have your worried sick?

Join us on Zoom. Be heartened and empowered by Simon Rosenberg, and SGCC, the most powerful grassroots political activists we know.  

Extremely successful, SGCC has laser-focused on under-the-radar winnable campaigns, making crucial differences on issues we care about. A coalition of children’s book authors since 2016, SGCC has flipped more than forty legislative seats, put Democrats in complete control in two states, and blocked two GOP supermajorities. Read about them here. Let’s work together! The time is right now!

Simon Rosenberg, a Democratic strategist, is the beacon and bullhorn of Democratic Can-Do. When everyone else was worried about a red wave in 2022, he predicted positive outcomes. He sees all, but in it, he sees our strengths—the unprecedented mobilization of groups like ours across the country, Joe Biden’s decency, his great presidency, and Trump’s extremism and degeneracy. He thinks we’re going to win and he’s not shy about saying so. He anticipated that the polls would turn towards Biden about now, and so they are. His motto is DO MORE, WORRY LESS. Read the April 3rd interview with him in the New York Times. (This link has no firewall.) Check out his website, Hopium Chronicles. Then join us for an incredible, dynamic evening. You’ll be glad you did.  We can’t wait!

HOW:

Join our Zoom on May 8th at 8 p.m. EDT.  Click here.

Upcoming

FOR 2024

Weekly meetings Wednesdays and Fridays here.

More postcards, of course. 

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Actions to protect our democracy

“Drops of water turn a mill,
singly none, singly none.”

—Pete Seeger