WIN PAC has endorsed an incredible array of candidates for state legislature in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Texas. We chose these states because they are all competitive at the Presidential, U.S. Senate, and legislative level.
Arizona could give Biden-Harris their 270th Electoral Vote and their 51st U.S. Senator in Mark Kelly. Democrats also need to win just two State House seats and three State Senate seats to control both chambers -- in 2018, we came only 1,300 votes short! These candidates will finish the job:
Christine Marsh - WON!
Judy Schwiebert - WON!
Few states are turning from purple to blue as fast as Georgia. Not only do we have a chance for major gains in the Georgia House, but we'll also be driving new voters to flip the TWO U.S. Senate seats on the ballot in 2020.
Mokah Jasmine Johnson
Regina Lewis-Ward - WON!
Michigan Democrats need to flip four seats to take a majority in the State House, so the legislature can stop attacking Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and get to work! While they're at it, they'll win the state for Biden-Harris and reelect Senator Gary Peters.
Republicans gerrymandered North Carolina's Congressional maps, legislative maps, and even tried to rig the courts in their favor. Not only will these candidates mobilize new voters to send Joe Biden and Kamala Harris to the White House and Cal Cunningham to the U.S. Senate -- they'll stop another decade of gerrymandering by flipping six State House seats.
Ricky Hurtado - WON!
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris can't get to the White House without Pennsylvania -- and Trump won by just 0.7% in 2016. These candidates will mobilize communities across the Commonwealth and flip the nine seats Democrats need for a majority in the State House:
Dana Hamp Gulick
Ann Marie Mitchell
Lissa Geiger Shulman
Joanna Bryn Smith
According to Census projections, Texas will gain three new Congressional districts (and Electoral Votes) next year. To prevent another decade of Republican gerrymandering, we MUST elect these challengers and flip nine seats to take control of the State House.