On November 4, President Obama will leave office with a historic midterm victory, and a stunning victory for the progressive cause.
But a key piece of his legacy will be what he will leave behind.
The progressive cause has always been a core tenet of American politics, and now, the stakes are sky high.
So what’s next for the Progressive Victory Project?
This week, we’ve got some important developments to share.
The Progressive Victory project has been quietly developing a platform for the 2020 elections.
Its goal is to build a political revolution that can put progressive ideas into the national consciousness.
The platform will be a combination of progressive ideas and progressive policy.
Its mission is to provide a comprehensive platform to the public and progressive candidates to explain progressive ideas to voters.
This platform is designed to be easy for progressive leaders to understand, and will be delivered in an accessible way that engages people across the political spectrum.
A key part of this effort is the inclusion of progressive issues, ideas, and perspectives in every election.
The 2020 election is the first time in our lifetimes that the 2020 election will be truly progressive, and it is a great opportunity for us to show the country that we are still the largest voting bloc in our country.
The project has already made progress on a few key progressive issues.
Our 2020 platform includes the following: 1.
Guaranteed Income: The platform calls for the creation of a guaranteed income guarantee that would provide every American a minimum monthly income, with an emphasis on women and people of color.
We want to empower women and women of color, to expand access to healthcare and social services, and to invest in programs that build a better future for our kids.
Ending Income Inequality: The Progressive Electoral Victory Project has also worked to make progress on ending income inequality, and has released a new report detailing our findings on this issue.
Ending the Death Penalty: The 2020 platform calls on the Supreme Court to overturn the death penalty, and urges states to abolish it.
This will help ensure that our children, our grandchildren, and our great-grandchildren will be able to live with dignity and peace.
Creating a National Voting Rights Initiative: We’ve already seen that progressive policies can lead to significant progress on voting rights.
In the 2020 midterm elections, progressive turnout rates increased for the first in a long time.
However, there are a few important challenges that still need to be addressed: 5.
Making Voting Access Easier: The progressive platform also includes a plan to make voting more accessible to people of all races and ethnicities.
The plan calls for expanding voter registration, requiring voters to provide photo identification, and requiring provisional ballots for some states.
Reducing Voter Disenfranchisement: We believe that we need to make it harder for people to vote, and that the most effective way to achieve that is through improving voting rights and voter registration.
The goal is a universal, automatic, and fair voting system that ensures everyone has a right to vote.
Empowering Women: We need to empower all women to participate in American politics.
The 2016 elections are a turning point in women’s rights, and we believe that 2020 is a critical time to make the country more inclusive of women.
Protecting LGBT Rights: The PVP will also work to protect LGBT rights.
This includes opposing discriminatory policies that discriminate against people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer.
Embracing Community: The goal of this project is to empower communities across the country to elect progressive candidates for office, so that our voices are heard, our hopes are realized, and the progress we’ve made is shared by the nation.