Run for Something

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Run for Something grooms progressive candidates under 35 to run for office. It was founded by Amanda Litman and Ross Morales Rocketto.[1]

Support from Onward Together

Hillary Clinton's PAC Onward Together lists Run for Something as a partner and has provided them with financial support.[2]

Coordination

"We’ll connect people to training organizations. Places like Wellstone, EMILY’s List, Latino Victory Project, National Democratic Training Committee, She Should Run, Emerge, Higher Heights, and more are already off to the races with incredible conferences and curriculum. We’ll help feed people into these programs."

Strategic Plan

""In our efforts to build a Democratic bench for the future, Run for Something’s immediate goal is to get as many people to run as possible."

OBJECTIVE

Recruit new candidates

GOAL

Recruit 5 strong candidates for down-ballot races in 2017, focusing in Virginia and possibly North Carolina.

STRATEGY

Ask people to run — and once they say yes, get them into trainings that other organizations are already hosting.[3]

Founders

Hillary Clinton’s email director. (The other emails.) Responsible for raising more than $330 million online. Charlie Crist’s digital director when he ran for governor in 2014. One of the first employees at Organizing for Action as deputy email director. Email writer for Barack Obama’s re-elect. Northwestern University graduate. Bookworm. Feminist. Nationals fan. Dog owner.

A progressive political operative with more than a decade of experience in campaign management, grassroots organizing, and data/analytics. Currently a principal at Smoot Tewes Group. Formerly a management consultant at Deloitte Consulting’s innovation center. Worked in Iowa in 2007 for Bill Richardson, and in 2005 for Julian Castro. Married, one dog, two cats.

Board of Advisers

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