In 2011, Courage Campaign’s members voted to create a federal political action committee (PAC) to make progressive voices count in specific candidate elections in California and across the nation. In 2012, we helped defeat Mitt Romney's campaign for president by exposing his abominable record on LGBT issues through Mitt Gets Worse, and we’ve played a role in every federal election since.

In 2018, we helped win back the House of Representatives by replacing the #CaliforniaSeven: 7 California Republicans that represented districts won by Hillary Clinton in 2016. You can read about them at CAcounts.org. Reps. Jeff Denham, Darrell Issa, Steve Knight, Dana Rohrabacher, Ed Royce, David Valadao, and Mimi Walters all refused to accept the scientific consensus about our climate emergency, denied women reproductive freedom, harmed our immigrant communities, and much much more. In the end, they all lost, and in some districts, the margin was razor thin.

By turning out voters, particularly young voters, voters of color, and self-identified progressives, we know Courage Campaign SuperPAC played a direct role in expanding the electorate and building those margins of victory. In the end, we called more than 400,000 voters and texted 400,000 more.

In 2020, Courage Campaign SuperPAC will focus on holding those seven seats in California and adding a few more, including those currently occupied by Republicans Devin Nunes and Duncan Hunter! Once again our focus will be on expanding the electorate by turning out young voters, voters of color, and self-identified progressives.

Every penny we raise will be used to hold the Democratic House majority in 2020 and end the presidency of Donald Trump through impeachment or election.

YOU are Courage Campaign, and we need your courage now. Please chip in whatever you can today!