The Stakes: High
Democrats aren't fighting everywhere.
For too long, Democratic races at the state and federal level all over the country have gone unchallenged – or unsupported.
We're changing that.
With projects in three states (Missouri, Ohio, and Texas) Every State Blue is committed to creating grassroots communities of people like you who want Democrats to fight everywhere.
The Strategy: Show Up
When we don’t run and support Democrats, the people living in those districts feel abandoned, ignored… forgotten. Meanwhile, GOP nominees get free passes.
Every State Blue knows there’s a better way. Working together, we can show up, make sure no Democrat is left behind … no voter is left without a choice … and no Republican gets a free ride.
The Solution: You
Our ESB communities welcome thousands of people like you who understand that we need to fight in every corner of the country.
We can, if we work together.
No more unsupported races. No more forgotten voters.
No more free passes for the GOP.
You can make that happen. Starting right now.
How Every State Blue Works
Think of us as crowdfunders and community builders.
We make it easy for you to join a community of thousands to crowdsource democracy – supporting nominees for a few dollars a month (which, these days, is less than you might spend on a fancy cup of coffee). As a monthly program, you just set it and forget it, knowing that you’re doing your part – no matter what else you have going on.
By joining our Every State Blue communities, you’re making sure Democrats have resources to fight in every corner of the country – without breaking a sweat. Kicking in a few bucks a month is doable, and powerful, over the long term.
+ Thousands Like You
You’re not alone. Thousands of people just like you want Dems to fight everywhere too. We bring you together with meetings and events – creating communities of people dedicated to democracy. You’ve found your people.
= Massive People Power
After the primary, ESB distributes community funds directly to the Democratic nominees who need your help the most with our unique “bottom-up bathtub” method. And you rest easy, knowing that you are part of the solution. Job done.
ESB's Bottom-Up Bathtub Model
ESB projects fund the races that are usually left behind using our unique “bottom-up bathtub” model. After the Democratic primary, we use campaign finance filings to determine what nominees have the fewest resources. Then we distribute community funds first to those nominees who have raised the least – raising everyone’s “water level” and making sure that every nominee has a base level of support.
What You Get by Being Part of Every State Blue:
Membership in grassroots communities focused on making sure every Democratic nominee has resources to run a campaign.
If you’re a member at the $10/month level or more with any of our projects, you’re automatically invited to our live members-only monthly calls with people like David Pepper, and Jessica Piper.
Knowledge that you’re boosting the vote share for the top of the ticket and local turnout, while helping reach the voters who were left behind.
Pride that no matter what else you have going on, you’re doing something that’s meaningful and impactful.
Peace of mind that you’re fighting for a better future for everyone and not leaving anyone behind.
Satisfaction that just by being part of our community you’re telling the GOP that you’re on to them. You’re not letting their extremism slide, and you won’t let them sell out your democracy without a fight.
Gratification that you play a role in holding people accountable.
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