Progressive coalition retools ahead of 2022

Posted on AllSides November 10th, 2021
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The Center for Popular Democracy, a nationwide alliance of progressive groups, is retooling for the 2022 midterm cycle with a new leadership team and a pledge to spend more than $4 million on next year’s elections.

Analilia Mejia, Sen. Bernie Sanders’ former national political director, and DaMareo Cooper, BlackPAC’s previous national organizing director, will be co-executive directors of the organization.

Mejia and Cooper said their strategy to win Senate and gubernatorial races next year, which are expected to be an uphill climb for the Democratic Party, is to prioritize the progressive...

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