Voters Were Inspired By Diverse Slate of Candidates Who Embraced Bold Progressive Ideas, Many Running for First Time CHICAGO — Ilya Sheyman, executive director of MoveOn Political Action, had the following statement in response to tonight’s election results: “A historic wave of grassroots activism made its force felt across the country tonight, as people of […]
Author: Nick Berning
With Abortion Rights, LGBTQ Equality, Health Care and More at Stake, MoveOn Members Will Mobilize en Masse to Oppose Trump Nominee
As MoveOn members turn toward the 2018 elections, we are launching a new website, have updated our digital tools, and are changing our logo! The goal is to have our look and feel work better on mobile and social, be more recognizable in the world, and better reflect the dynamic, active MoveOn community. The changes […]
STATEMENT IN RESPONSE TO REPORTS THAT REPUBLICAN SENATORS HAVE DECIDED AGAINST BRINGING THE GRAHAM-CASSIDY HEALTH CARE REPEAL BILL UP FOR A VOTE Statement by MoveOn Washington Director Ben Wikler: “The GOP attempt to rip coverage away from millions of Americans has once again crumbled in the face of furious opposition. But it’s now clear that […]
MoveOn.org Members Vote to Endorse Democrat Doug Jones for Alabama Special Senate Election Progressive Organization Calls on Democrats to Follow Jones’ Lead and Vigorously Contest House and Senate Seats in All Parts of the Country ALABAMA —Alabama members of MoveOn.org Political Action voted overwhelmingly in support of Democratic candidate Doug Jones for the state’s special election for […]
Virginia MoveOn Members Endorse Ralph Northam for Governor, Justin Fairfax for Lt. Governor Progressive Group’s Members Also Endorse Diverse Slate of 11 Candidates for the Virginia House of Delegates VIRGINIA — Virginia members of MoveOn.org Political Action have voted overwhelmingly to endorse Ralph Northam for Governor, Justin Fairfax for Lt. Governor, and 11 candidates for the House of […]
This bill will take a wrecking ball to health care in this country, leaving millions without care, making health care unaffordable for many, eliminating funding for Planned Parenthood, and giving massive tax cuts to the wealthy. Shockingly, this bill’s cuts to Medicaid are even deeper than those passed by the House—at a moment when Medicaid and Medicare should be dramatically expanded.