Heads up! Four states are holding their 2018 Primary Election today: Idaho, Nebraska, Oregon, and Pennsylvania. According to 2018 Progressive Candidates — a Nationwide List, it’s the “big day” for the following progressive candidates:

Idaho Progressives

1st Congressional District – Michael W. Smith (D-ID) – Twitter

America should be second to none in environmental protections. Policy and trade goals should not sacrifice our planet for competition.

Michael W. Smith

1st Congressional District – James Vandermaas (D-ID) – Facebook
— Supports the protection of public lands

Governor – Paulette Jordan (D-ID) – Facebook

Nebraska Progressives

2nd Congressional District – Kara Eastman (D-NE) – Facebook
— Her campaign refuses corporate PAC donations
— Took the American Promise Candidate Pledge
— Stands up for Single Payer Healthcare

3rd Congressional District – Paul Theobald (D-NE) – Facebook

Governor – Vanessa Ward (D-NE) – Facebook
— Her campaign refuses corporate PAC donations

Oregon Progressives

1st Congressional District – Suzanne Bonamici (D-OR) – Twitter
— Incumbent
— Member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus
— Co-Sponsor of H.R.676 – Expanded & Improved Medicare For All Act
— Champion of campaign finance reform

2nd Congressional District – Michael Byrne (D-OR) – Facebook

2nd Congressional District – Jim Crary (D-OR) – Facebook
— Took the American Promise Candidate Pledge

2nd Congressional District – Jamie McLeod-Skinner (D-OR) – Twitter
— Took the American Promise Candidate Pledge

3rd Congressional District – Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) – Twitter
— Incumbent
— Co-Sponsor of H.R.676 – Expanded & Improved Medicare For All Act
— Co-Sponsor of H.R.3848 – We the People Democracy Reform Act of 2017

3rd Congressional District – Eric Hafner (D-OR) – Twitter

3rd Congressional District – Marc Koller (I-OR) – Facebook

3rd Congressional District – Ben Lavine (D-OR) – Facebook
— Took the American Promise Candidate Pledge

State Senate, District 3 – Athena Goldberg (D-OR) – Facebook

State Senate, District 3 – Jeff Golden (D-OR) – Facebook

Shifting away from dirty fossil fuels to a clean economy isn’t just a moral imperative; it is one of the greatest opportunities to create family-wage jobs in our lifetime.

Jeff Golden

4th Congressional District – Peter DeFazio (D-OR) – Twitter
— Incumbent
— Member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus
— Co-Sponsor of H.R.676 – Expanded & Improved Medicare For All Act
— Champion of campaign finance reform

State Senate, District 19 – Rob Wagner (D-OR) – Facebook

Pennsylvania Progressives

Note: PA Districts have changed since the last election

1st Congressional District – Steve Bacher (D-PA) – Twitter
— TYT Politics interview

1st Congressional District – Scott Wallace (D-PA) – Twitter
— His campaign refuses corporate PAC donations

2nd Congressional District – Brendan Boyle (D-PA) – Twitter
— Incumbent
— Co-Sponsor of H.R.676 – Expanded & Improved Medicare For All Act

3rd Congressional District – Dwight Evans (D-PA) – Twitter
— Incumbent, currently serving the 2nd Congressional District
— Member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus
— Co-Sponsor of H.R.676 – Expanded & Improved Medicare For All Act

4th Congressional District – Joe Hoeffel (D-PA) – Twitter

5th Congressional District – Larry Arata (D-PA) – Facebook

5th Congressional District – Molly Sheehan (D-PA) – Twitter
— TYT Politics interview

5th Congressional District – Theresa Wright (D-PA) – Twitter
— Took the American Promise Candidate Pledge

6th Congressional District – Chrissy Houlahan (D-PA) – Facebook
— Champion of campaign finance reform

7th Congressional District – David Clark (D-PA) – ?

7th Congressional District – Greg Edwards (D-PA) – Facebook
— His campaign refuses corporate PAC donations
— Stands up for Single Payer Healthcare
— The Young Turks interview

7th Congressional District – Susan Wild (D-PA) – Twitter

8th Congressional District – Matt Cartwright (D-PA) – Twitter
— Incumbent, currently serving the 17th Congressional District
— Co-Sponsor of H.R.676 – Expanded & Improved Medicare For All Act
— Champion of campaign finance reform

9th Congressional District – Laura Quick (D-PA) – Facebook

10th Congressional District – Eric Ding (D-PA) – Twitter

10th Congressional District – George Scott (D-PA) – Facebook

11th Congressional District – Jess King (D-PA) – Twitter
— Her campaign refuses corporate PAC donations
— Stands up for Single Payer Healthcare
— TYT Politics interview

12th Congressional District – Marc Friedenberg (D-PA) – Twitter
— Took the American Promise Candidate Pledge

14th Congressional District – Tom Prigg (D-PA) – Facebook
— Took the American Promise Candidate Pledge

14th Congressional District – Robert Soloman (D-PA) – Twitter

15th Congressional District – Wade Jodun (D-PA) – Twitter

15th Congressional District – Bill Leiner (D-PA) – Twitter
— Took the American Promise Candidate Pledge

16th Congressional District – Chris Rieger (D-PA) – Twitter

18th Congressional District – Michael Doyle (D-PA) – Twitter
— Incumbent
— Co-Sponsor of H.R.676 – Expanded & Improved Medicare For All Act

18th Congressional District – Bob Solomon (D-PA)
— TYT Politics interview

State Senate, District 16 – Mark Pinsley (D-PA) – Twitter

State Representative, District 21 – Sara Innamorato (D-PA) – Facebook

State Representative, District 30 – Kareem Kandil (D-PA) – Twitter

State Representative, District 34 – Summer Lee (D-PA) – Facebook


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