Other sites of interest:

    Common Cause is a nonpartisan, nonprofit advocacy organization founded in 1970 by John Gardner as a vehicle for citizens to make their voices heard in the political process and to hold their elected leaders accountable to the public interest. Now with more than 300,000 members and supporters and 36 state organizations, Common Cause remains committed to honest, open and accountable government, as well as encouraging citizen participation in democracy.

    Common Cause
    1133 19th Street NW, 9th Floor
    Washington, DC 20036
  • DFAM
    Democracy for America - Miami
    Democracy for America Miami-Dade is a collective of grassroots activists that supports progressive candidates, causes and clubs. DFAM unites progressives, builds support for our causes in the community, and takes action for change. Contact DFAM President, Wendy Sejour at .

  • has been formed to restore fairness to Florida's redistricting system and to give voters a real voice in choosing their representatives. This can be accomplished through an amendment to the Florida Constitution that will make the legislature follow clear, strong fairness standards when they draw the district lines. Click here to learn more about redistricting. You can help by signing the petitions, getting others to sign, volunteering your time and making a contribution.  Ellen Freidin, Campaign Chair, PO BOX 350188, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33335,

    SAVE Dade Issues PAC -
    To educate and to advocate for equal rights for all people regardless of their sexual orientation, with emphasis on issues affecting the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community. We will secure and guarantee equal rights under the law through the passage and defense of the Miami-Dade County Human Rights Ordinance.
    SAVE Dade Action PAC -
    To support candidates who will advocate for equal rights for persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities.
  • Jobs with Justice engages workers and allies in campaigns to win justice in workplaces and in communities where
     working families live. JWJ was founded in 1987 with the vision of lifting up workers’ rights struggles as part of a
     larger campaign for economic and social justice. 
    National Jobs with Justice Office
    1325 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Suite 200, Washington, DC 20005
    Phone (202) 393-1044 fax: (202) 393-7408


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