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Progressive Caucus PAC (CPC PAC) has a mission of electing strong, progressive leaders to Congress who share the Congressional Progressive Caucus’s...
Progressive Caucus PAC (CPC PAC) has a mission of electing strong, progressive leaders to Congress who share the Congressional Pro...
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Congressional Progressive Caucus Confidence: 72%
Political action committee Confidence: 68%
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|2nd level heading|
|Joın the movement (2)|
|Support the progressive caucus. (2)|
|Electıng progressıve leaders|
|Fighting for budgets that ınvest in america|
|Protecting and expanding social security|
|Support for raising the minimum wage|
|Fighting for campaign finance reform|
|Trade deals that protect jobs and put american workers first|
|Demanding health care as a human right|
|2020 endorsements comıng soon!|
|3rd level heading|
|Congressional progressive caucus announces second round of endorsements for the 2020 election cycle|
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