Our Revolution

Lauren McCauley, staff writer, Jon Queally, staff writer
"This is a process that doesn't end on November 8," said Shannon Jackson, executive director of Our Revolution. "We're going to work to keep people engaged, so we'll see a new generation of Bernie-crats in cycles to come." (Photo: Alexander Jonesi/cc/flickr)
On the eve of the U.S. election, one legacy of a highly contentious season is a newly-energized progressive base that is not only mobilized to vote but is itself looking to upset corporate politics nationwide. Much of the credit for the excitement around down-ticket Democrats and progressive ballot measures is given to Sen. Bernie Sanders , whose...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Though he may not have won the presidential nomination, Sen. Bernie Sanders has...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
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