Join Us Tuesday To Make The Democratic Party More Progressive

May 4, 2020

In solidarity with a more progressive world for all,

Alan Minsky, Executive Director – Progressive Democrats of America


Once Again: We Fight For Progressive Values


Progressive Democrats of America has entered into a new venture to make sure that the tremendous momentum the progressive movement has gained from the 2016 and 2020 Bernie Sanders campaigns continues.

PDA is partnering with People for Bernie and RootsAction to launch Once Again, which will lead the push to make sure that Progressives have adequate representation at this summer’s Democratic National Convention.

Please RSVP now for Once Again’s kick-off event on Tuesday at 7pm EST


WHAT:       The launch of the Once Again campaign to continue to push the Democratic Party to adopt and support progressive policies and candidates

WHEN:       May 5, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. Eastern 


WHO: Former senior Bernie Sanders 2020 campaign staffers, including Senator Nina Turner, Winnie Wong, co-founder of People for Bernie Sanders, Normon Solomon, co-founder of, Larry Cohen from Our Revolution, and Progressive Democrats of America.

Can’t make the meeting but want to be involved?  Let us know.

Can’t volunteer but want to assist in our efforts?  Contribute here.


  1. Shahid Buttar

    We’ve been endorsed by PDA San Francisco, and were endorsed by PDA national in the 2018 congressional cycle. We haven’t heard anything about the organization’s consideration of our 2020 campaign, however, and are eager to address any potential questions.

    • Janis Kay

      The national endorsement team will be addressing further general election endorsements after the primaries are over.


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Tell Congress To End Police BrutalityIn This Critical Moment, We See No Leadership From The White House We Look To Justice-Minded Members of Congress, to Step Up and Lead

Progressive Democrats of America (PDA) condemns ongoing, escalating violence against African Americans. We desperately need a national truth and reconciliation conversation to admit and rectify the scourge of structural racism, including comprehensive policy changes.

H.Res.988, cosponsored by four courageous congressional leaders, is a decisive first step. Join us demanding its passage in the U.S. House of Representatives.

In response to the brutal murder of George Floyd by a sworn peace officer, abetted and assisted by three other sworn peace officers in broad daylight, four U.S. Representatives have stepped up to lead.

Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN, in whose district the murder took place), Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-MA), Rep. Karen Bass (D-CA), and Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA) introduced H.Res. 988, a resolution to the U.S. House of Representatives, “condemning all acts of police brutality, racial profiling, and the use of excessive and militarized force throughout the country.”

Tell Congress To End Police Brutality

Take action now! Click Here to email your U.S. Representative and demand passage of H.Res. 988 as a first step toward seeking justice for George Floyd and so many others whose lives have been cut short by police brutality.

“From slavery to lynching to Jim Crow, black people in this country have been brutalized and dehumanized for centuries,” Rep. Omar stated last week. “We cannot fully right these wrongs until we admit we have a problem. As the People’s House, the House of Representatives must acknowledge these historical injustices and call for a comprehensive solution. There are many steps on the path to justice, but we must begin to take them.”

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Email your U.S. Representative today and demand passage of the Omar-Pressley-Bass-Lee resolution (H.Res.988) condemning police brutality, racial profiling, and excessive and militarized force by police.