We'll be using a calling tool that allows you to call voters in key states whose Senators have not yet publicly opposed Kavanaugh. You can share the devastating impact of Kavanaugh's nomination and urge them to ask their Senator to oppose Brett Kavanaugh's nomination. You can immediately connect them to their Senator with the click of a button.
Courage Campaign fights to hold our political leaders and most powerful corporations accountable to the will of the people.
With at least eight flippable GOP seats, California can be the reason we win back the House this November. We need as many phone bank hosts (and phone bankers) as possible to win this historic November election.
When you sign up, you'll be provided with all the tools you need to run a successful phone bank and we'll be here to support you every step of the way.
#CaliforniaCounts in this election more than ever and we are on a mission to win back the House! To do this, we need to reach over 350,000 voters in key districts, especially those most overlooked: youth, women, and voters of color. Can you join Courage Campaign and our partners at Flip the 14 and United Domestic Workers this election season?
Sign up to volunteer today. After signing up, we will send you all of the information and tools that you need.
Right now Big Banks like Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase, and BlackRock are getting rich off Trump’s heartless ”zero tolerance” that rips breastfeeding infants from their mother’s arms and indefinitely detains immigrants seeking asylum from violence. Big Banks heavily invest in these inhumane private-prison companies and make loans that keep them in business.
Will you sign the petition telling #BackersofHate to divest from immigrant detention?
Disneyland claims to be the "happiest place on Earth" but the Walt Disney Company fails to offer the same promise to its employees.
Disneyland employees suffer through food insecurity, poverty, and even homelessness. These are hard workers who put all of this aside to provide visitors with great experiences. They deserve a living wage and not to have to depend on food banks and shelters. Join us in demanding that Walt Disney Company give its employees the compensation they deserve.
7 of the 23 seats we need to win back the House are in California. Learn more at CAcounts.org. These are Republican seats that voted for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump in 2016. We have a real chance of having Democrats on the ballot in all seven of those districts, but our hopes may be dashed if we don't turn out voters for the primary on June 5.
Fill out our form to make calls to neighboring Californians and help win back the House!
In a few short weeks, the California State Senate will vote on SB 822 by Senator Scott Wiener -- the strongest net neutrality protections proposed across the country. But now AT&T and Comcast's army of lobbyists are doing everything in their power to stop it.
One powerful way you can help build support and spark public conversation is by sending a letter to the editor in your local and regional newspapers. Will you take a few moments to send a letter to local and regional newspapers to protect net neutrality in California?
Senate Bill 1421, by Nancy Skinner, limits a 1970s-era law that keeps police disciplinary records from the public. When a police officer shoots or sexually assaults a member of the public, the community deserves to know what happened. More importantly, we deserve to know how the department responded so we can determine whether the systems meant to hold officers accountable for their actions are working.
Sign our emergency petition calling on lawmakers to support public accountability for police officers by passing SB 1421.
Momentum is building behind a new California bill that would allow police officers to use deadly force only when "necessary to prevent imminent and serious bodily injury or death." This groundbreaking law -- the first of its kind in the entire country -- would prevent police officers from killing people without justification, and it would clear the way for them to be held accountable if they cross the line. Local departments would revise their use of force policies and put greater emphasis on de-escalation in their training.
Sign the petition and ask your assembly member to support the Police Accountability and Community Safety Act now.