Jen Perelman (U.S. Congress – Florida)

Jen Perelman is a second-generation Florida native born and raised in North Miami Beach. Her political views are deeply rooted in human rights and civil liberties, with a strong focus on the importance of justice and community service. From her earliest days of practicing law, she has fought for those who can’t fight for themselves.

In 2020, Jen ran against Debbie Wasserman Schultz for the first time, receiving nearly 30 percent of the vote. Throughout her service-based campaign, Jen highlighted the stark differences between her vision for the future and her opponent’s commitment to the corporate status quo. Building on that experience and with a robust campaign infrastructure in place, she is ready to finish the job and bring to Congress a much-needed progressive voice accountable only to the people.

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.

Claire Cousin (NY-106)

Claire is running to give Columbia and Dutchess Counties their first chance to decide what kind of Democrat they want representing them in Albany.

Maebe Pudlo (CA-30)

Maebe Pudlo is endorsed by Catch Fire in 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.

William Compton (KY-02)

William Compton is endorsed by Catch Fire in KY-02

William Compton is a young music teacher who has lived in the same county in KY his whole life.

Angelica Dueñas (CA-29)

Angelica currently spends her time as an activist and volunteer in her community, while also raising her five children.