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States and Cities Must Lead on Voting

It is more important than ever that governors and mayors join forces to facilitate voter registration and participation, recruit and retain poll workers, and promote voter education.

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Making 2021 the Start of a Better Way Forward

The events of 2020 have highlighted challenges specific to the coronavirus pandemic. These challenges have also further underscored long-standing structural and systemic inequities and racism as well as the need for police reforms and accountability. Please join the Center for American Progress Action Fund as we, along with progressive leaders, lay out ways to meet these great challenges and rebuild in such a way that is rooted firmly in bold progressive policy and will leave no American behind.

The Effects of COVID-19 on Our Democracy

Join the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #MoveForward Please join the Center for American Progress Action Fund as we discuss how COVID-19 has affected our democratic process—and how, using tools such as vote by mail, we can make sure that all Americans’ voices can be heard in November and in years to come. This...

COVID-19 and the Economy: Recession, Repairing, and Rebuilding

Please join the Center for American Progress Action Fund and leading economic experts as we discuss how COVID-19 has affected our economy—from small business to unemployment to child care—and how we can revive and rebuild the economy in a way that brings inclusive prosperity to all Americans.

COVID-19 and America’s Health: How Do We Heal?

Please join the Center for American Progress Action Fund and special guests for a discussion on how the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the U.S. health care and education systems, especially for communities of color; what actions need to be taken now; and how progressive solutions may prevent a COVID-19 repeat in the future.

ADA at 30: Building an Inclusive Progressive Movement

Please join the Center for American Progress Action Fund, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julián Castro, and a panel of cross-movement organizers for the commemoration of the Americans with Disabilities Act and a discussion of where we go from here.

A Discussion With Pro-Worker Mayors

One of the great challenges America faces is how to ensure that the economy benefits most workers. Progressive mayors are advancing policies to raise pay, increase benefits, and build power for their residents. These policies are making a difference in cities across the country and can provide a roadmap for future state and federal reforms. Please join us at the Center for American Progress Action Fund for a conversation with progressive mayors from cities that are serving as laboratories for pro-worker innovations.

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Winning in Ruby-Red States

Join the Center for American Progress Action Fund and the Democratic Governors Association for a discussion about the impact of Democrats’ recent electoral successes in Kentucky and Louisiana, the shifts we’re seeing in conservative states, and lessons on messaging and voter targeting that could have an impact in races up and down the ticket in 2020.

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Progressive Change In the States

Please join the Center for American Progress Action Fund for a conversation with Governor Gretchen Whitmer (D-MI), which will explore how the Trump administration's broken promises are impacting people and policy on the state level.

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The Trump National Security Crisis

Please join the Center for American Progress Action Fund for remarks from and a conversation with Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT), a member of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

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Toward Tax Fairness

Please join us at the Center for American Progress Action Fund for this timely discussion with Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR), the ranking member of the Senate Finance Committee, who will outline a new proposal for taxing income from wealth such as income from work by equalizing rates and minimizing the benefit of deferring taxes through an anti-deferral accounting system. Sen. Wyden will be followed by a panel of experts to discuss the proposal within the context of extreme income and wealth inequality.

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