Fundraising

The fundraising team holds periodic events to support worthy causes. We also offer research to help you maximize the impact of your contributions.

Fundraising is an important tool in today's political environment. Help our candidates fight back against the influence of 'dark money' and get the right mesage to voters.


Read more about the TWW/I-LG Policy and Guidelines for fundraising in the documents below.


For more donation recommentations see here.

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Shannon Edwards

Writing letters with Vote Forward - Quickstart

Tutorial

A quick tutorial to write letters for VoteForward/SwingLeft

Snapshot of the Electoral Landscape

Research

Larry Martin (Indivisible Sonoma County) provides an overview of their work in all 14 of the US House seats in CA that were held by Republicans in 2018.

TWW/I-LG Political Fundraising Guidelines

Policy

Our statement of the guidelines we abide by in our fundraising efforts

TWW/I-LG Political Fundraising Policy

Policy

Our statement of policy regarding our fundraising focus and objectives

2020 House Rankings

Research

House of Representatives Races
As of August 15, 2020

2020 California House Races

Research

California House Races
As of August 15, 2020

2020 Presidential Election by State

Research

Presidential Race Statistics
As of August 15, 2020

2020 Senate Races

Research

Senate Race Statistics
As of August 15, 2020

Activist Safety Resources

Reference

Links to resources to help you with online and offline safety

2018 Consolidated Research

Research

This master file includes all of the documents below, in one easy to navigate file. Read why we recommend supporting these ten (10) U.S. House and twelve (12) Senate races to maximize your impact.

2018 U.S. Senate

Research

A dozen (12) races which will determine control of the U.S. Senate. Our analysis includes summaries of polling and funding data, and suggestions for how you can help the Democratic candidates.

2018 CA House Part 1

Research

Each Democratic challenger in congressional districts CA-4, 10, 21 and 22 are first time candidates with strong local ties who refuse PAC money. All four have a real shot in November. Read how you can help!