Posts By Ilya Sheyman

NY MoveOn members support a progressive challenger to Gov. Cuomo
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 Here’s what a few MoveOn members shared: “Instead of representing New Yorkers who want progressive solutions to growing economic inequality, Cuomo is siding with employers and Wall Street because he thinks that will help his presidential ambitions,” wrote David L., a MoveOn member from Brooklyn, as he responded to the survey. “We need a governor […]

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Just 15 days until the Pennsylvania primary
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Daylin Leach’s campaign just launched its first TV ad that talks about his upbringing—and his eagerness to take on Tom Corbett and the NRA, to fight to protect Social Security and women’s rights, and to stand up to the big banks and Wall Street in Congress. Will you watch this video and share it with everyone […]

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MoveOn members endorse Jeff Merkley for Senate

MoveOn members in Oregon have voted decisively to endorse Jeff Merkley for re-election to the U.S. Senate. Here’s what a few members across the state had to share about Sen. Merkley:   “Jeff led a successful effort to roll back a portion of the filibuster blockade, the first progress in changing this toxic Senate rule in […]

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MoveOn members endorse Shenna Bellows for Senate
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MoveOn members in Maine have voted decisively to endorse Shenna Bellows for the U.S. Senate. Here’s what a few members across the state had to share about this Senate race:  “Shenna Bellows is a candidate of Elizabeth Warren caliber. She actively pursued justice and equality in her job for the Maine ACLU branch, and has the values, skills, […]

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MoveOn Members Endorse Shenna Bellows (D-ME) and Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-OR) in First General Election Endorsements of 2014
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In the group’s first general election endorsements of 2014, MoveOn.org Political Action announced today that MoveOn members in Oregon and Maine have voted decisively to endorse progressive champions Shenna Bellows for Senate in Maine and Senator Jeff Merkley for reelection in Oregon. “The resounding votes in both states confirm that Senator Jeff Merkley and Shenna […]

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Your campaign on MSNBC
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Did you catch MSNBC tonight? Al Sharpton covered our campaign for Medicaid expansion and the outrageous lawsuit filed against MoveOn on Friday, which tries to silence us for speaking the truth about the millions of Americans being left without health care due to the intransigence of Republicans like Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal. Watch it here […]

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Daylin Leach for Congress!
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In a four-way vote, Daylin Leach earned the support of 55% of MoveOn members to garner the official endorsement of the 16,000 MoveOn members in Pennsylvania’s 13th district.  Here’s what a few MoveOn members across Pennsylvania’s 13th district had to share about Daylin:   “Daylin Leach is a true progressive with exceptional people skills. His […]

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24 MoveOn polls show GOP could lose House in wake of shutdown
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Twenty-four new surveys in GOP-held House districts, commissioned by MoveOn.org and conducted in the wake of the government shutdown, make clear that Republicans could easily lose control of the House if the next election were held today. The surveys challenge conventional wisdom that gerrymandering has put the House out of reach for Democrats and indicate […]

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Save the Senate

The latest polls show Republicans are poised to take control of the Senate this November if progressives don't show up to vote. We've got a plan that's proven to be effective, but it can't happen without you …

Revoke Wall Street's License to Steal

We call on your financial institution to remove the forced arbitration requirements from your contracts with customers. Forced arbitration functions as a license to steal that makes it impossible for …

Woman's voice silenced by gun laws!

Don’t let gun laws stifle free speech. No state should allow its gun laws to violate the First Amendment. Public institutions of higher education should have the ability to protect college students …