Support the Progressive Caucus.


Support the Progressive Caucus.


Progressive Caucus PAC (CPC PAC) has a mission of electing strong, progressive leaders to Congress who share the Congressional Progressive Caucus’s (CPC) vision for America’s future. Below are just some of the issues CPC PAC will be focusing on in the 2018 election cycle.

Fighting for Budgets that Invest in America

Hardworking Americans deserve a budget that invests in them. This means eliminating the arbitrary spending caps imposed by the Republicans in Congress that are crippling the nation’s economy. It also means raising sufficient revenue to invest in repairing our infrastructure, improving education for students of all ages, supporting debt-free college, modernizing our energy systems, and keeping our communities safe.

Protecting and Expanding Social Security

22 million people rely on Social Security to keep them from slipping into poverty. CPC PAC is dedicated to standing up for this critical program and the Americans it supports. This includes keeping it out of the hands of Wall Street, fighting for protections against benefit garnishment as result of student loan debt, and expanding benefits.

Support for Raising the Minimum Wage

Today in America, a full-time time minimum wage employee with a family of three earns 21 percent below the federal poverty line. That is unacceptable. No one who works full time should live in poverty. CPC PAC supports raising the Federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $15 an hour over the next several years.

Fighting for Campaign Finance Reform

The Supreme Court’s infamous ruling in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission opened our election system to a flood of untraceable corporate money that has presented an unprecedented risk to our democracy. CPC PAC believes that money is not speech, corporations are not people, and that democracy in our country should never be for sale.

Trade Deals That Protect Jobs and Put American Workers First

Congressional Progressive Caucus PAC believes trade deals should always put American workers first and have an emphasis on environmental, consumer, and human rights protections. As income inequality continues to climb to historic heights, now is the time to protect American jobs, not send them overseas.

Demanding Health Care As A Human Right

The passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) meant expanded coverage and access to affordable, quality health care for millions of Americans. At the same time, millions more of our fellow citizens remain uninsured. CPC PAC is committed to building on the successes of the ACA, so that we can lower premiums and out-of-pocket costs, cover more Americans, and ensure that greedy pharmaceutical and health insurance companies can’t put their profits above your health. We’ll also keep fighting for Medicare for All, because we believe that health care is a human right.


Raúl Grijalva
Mark Pocan

First Vice Chair
Pramila Jayapal

Vice Chairs
David Cicilline
Keith Ellison
Ruben Gallego
Ro Khanna
Sheila Jackson Lee
Jamie Raskin
Jan Schakowsky
Mark Takano

CPC PAC Co-Chairs
Mark Pocan
Barbara Lee
Katherine Clark

Matt Cartwright

Senate Member
Bernie Sanders

House Members
Alma Adams
Nanette Barrágan
Karen Bass
Don Beyer
Lisa Blunt Rochester

Suzanne Bonamici
Michael Capuano
André Carson
Judy Chu
Yvette Clarke
Lacy Clay
Steve Cohen
Bonnie Watson Coleman
Elijah Cummings
Danny Davis
Peter DeFazio
Rosa DeLauro
Val Demings
Mark DeSaulnier
Debbie Dingell

Lloyd Doggett
Keith Ellison
Adriano Espaillat
Dwight Evans
Lois Frankel
Marcia Fudge
Tulsi Gabbard
Jimmy Gomez
Luis Gutiérrez
Jared Huffman
Hakeem Jeffries
Eddie Bernice Johnson
Hank Johnson
Joe Kennedy III
Ruben Kihuen

Brenda Lawrence
John Lewis
Ted Lieu
David Loebsack
Zoe Lofgren
Alan Lowenthal
Carolyn Maloney
James McGovern
Gwen Moore
Jerrold Nadler
Grace Napolitano
Rick Nolan
Donald Norcross
Eleanor Holmes Norton
Frank Pallone

Chellie Pingree
Jared Polis
Lucille Roybal-Allard
Linda Sanchez
José Serrano
Carol Shea-Porter
Adam Smith
Darren Soto
Bennie Thompson
Nydia Velázquez
Maxine Waters
Peter Welch
Frederica Wilson
John Yarmuth