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One of the best ways that we can make progress in our policy is by making sure that there are progressive lawmakers at every level of the government, across the country. Flippable’s goal is to inform people of when there’s a race that would flip a seat to a Democrat/other progressive and allow them to take action to ensure that the seat does, indeed, flip (via donations, phone banking, etc.).
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A lot of people are, justifiably, frustrated with the Democratic Party after this election season. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean that we should abandon the Democratic party – I do believe that at some point, a multi-party system is inevitable and desirable, but ideally we’ll allow the GOP to succumb to warring factions before we do – it has the existing structure and influence as a political force, and that goes a long way. But people who care about reforming the Democratic Party ought to consider getting involved with the party directly and shaping it that way.
The easiest way to get involved is to simply start attending meetings for the Democrats of your legislative district, but you can also:
Find your local branch of the Democratic Party here (find your state and then use whatever tools they offer to find local branches) to learn more about how you specifically can get involved.
Here’s a (non-partisan) guide on how to get involved with your local political party.