ENDORSEMENTS

Apply to be considered for endorsement by Catch Fire Movement in the 2024 election cycle. We will consider all across-the-board-progressive candidates who complete this form.

2024 ENDORSEMENTS

Eric Wilson (U.S. Congress -Wisconsin)

Eric is running on a platform of Medicare for All. He is the only candidate in the race supporting a ceasefire in Gaza and talking about gun reform.

Eric is openly gay and if elected, would join Senator Tammy Baldwin and Congressman Mark Pocan as proud openly LGBTQ legislators from Wisconsin. Born in 1993, he’d also be Wisconsin’s youngest member of Congress.

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Jen Allen (Arizona, Pima County Supervisor – District 3)

Jen Allen is a community leader with a collaborative problem-solving approach that has been forged over decades of experience leading organizations on the front lines of some of the toughest issues in Arizona and nationally. Jen has built her career on using her values to guide her work including serving as Executive Director of ACLU of Arizona, Senior Vice President at League of Conservation Voters, the Founding National Director of Chispa, the Founding Executive Director of Border Action Network, a staff member at Western Shoshone Defense Project, and serving on the boards of Las Adelitas Arizona and GreenLatinos. From immigration to protecting our democracy to climate change and more, Jen doesn’t back down from a challenge while always working to build broad coalitions. She is the dedicated mamá of an 11-year-old bilingual public school student, partner of a City of Tucson employee, sister of a union truck driver, and daughter of parents who taught her the values of compassion and hard work.

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Maebe Pudlo is endorsed by Catch Fire in CA-30.

Maebe Pudlo (CA-30)

Maebe Pudlo ran for Congress in 2020, 2022, and now in 2024. She made history in 2022 when she became the first trans non-binary person to ever advance to a general election for US Congress.

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Ysabel Jurado (Los Angeles City Council)

Ysabel Jurado is a tenants rights attorney, affordable housing activist, mom, lifelong Angeleno, and candidate to become the next Councilmember for District 14. Born and raised in Highland Park, she attended Pasadena City College and UCLA. As a housing rights attorney, Ysabel has fought to stop tenant evictions and has stood side by side with community organizations and small businesses at risk of losing their leases.

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2022 ENDORSEMENTS

Kyle Nitschke (AZ State Senate – District 7)

Born and raised in Arizona and a product of public schools, Kyle is currently an organizing director for the non-profit Arizona Students’ Association, actively involved in his community, and excited for the opportunity to make a change at the State Legislature.

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