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Philly Inquirer: Democratic groups are going door-to-door while their 2020 candidates are distracted by the primary

On December 15, The Philadelphia Inquirer profiled For Our Future’s organizing efforts in Pennsylvania in “Democratic groups are going door-to-door while their 2020 candidates are distracted by the primary.”  Reporter Julia Terruso highlighted our operations and followed an organizer connecting with community members in South Philadelphia: “The group, which plans to spend $80 million across […]

Bloomberg: Democrats Use Super-PACs to Blunt Trump’s Funding Dominance

Bloomberg’s Bill Allison highlighted For Our Future in a story about the super PACs that are competing with the Trump campaign in battleground states: “For Our Future, another super-PAC, and a related nonprofit are running year-round voter contact programs in seven swing states. The groups plan on spending $80 million to talk about Trump and other […]

Bloomberg: Democrats Face Their Fears in Wisconsin

Bloomberg’s Francis Wilkinson featured our relational program to reach voters neighbor-to-neighbor in Wisconsin in a column that dove into the approaches Democratic groups are taking to win back the Badger state: “The idea is to leverage personal networks to break through the cacophony and cynicism of contemporary politics, build trust and attach free-range citizens to both […]

SEIU Joins For Our Future and For Our Future Action Fund

Two of the Largest Progressive Organizations Plan Effort to Expand Electorate, Build Long-Term Power in 2020 Washington, D.C. – For Our Future and For Our Future Action Fund are proud to announce the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), the second-largest union in the country with two million members, has joined their boards of directors.  SEIU will […]

Marketwatch: Democratic activists sound confident in Florida about running against Trump’s economy

Marketwatch covered our upcoming plans and ongoing work in the states to build long-term progressive power and usher in change for progressives in the November 2020 elections: “Justin Myers, CEO of For Our Future, said progressive organizers will need to keep talking to voters about economic issues like the tax overhaul’s flaws, and he sounded […]