Resources & Organizations

Resources And Allied Organizations

As this is a somewhat exhaustive list, these organisations range in popularity, usefulness, and progressive ideology. They are in no particular order.




  • IssueVoter


      • Both a website and a mobile app that keeps you up to date on current legislation while giving you an opportunity to directly inform your Representatives of your opinion on pending bills and issues.
      • Also allows for conversation among fellow constituents as well as utilizing resources from various advocacy organisations.
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  • HeadCount

      • a non-partisan organization that works with musicians to promote participation in democracy.
  • ProPublica

      • Mission Statement: To expose abuses of power and betrayals of the public trust by government, business, and other institutions, using the moral force of investigative journalism to spur reform through the sustained spotlighting of wrongdoing.
  • Represent

    • Profiles of activity for each Politician. Includes a “Get Involved” section where readers can find resources and contribute to news stories.

      • Fantastic tool for following legislation, contacting one’s Legislators, finding organizations which share one’s convictions, as well as discovering resources to be help lead one’s own community in political and humanitarian action.

      • A powerful tool to wage issue based campaigns utilising petitions, now with the added feature of optional fundraising attached to the petition.
      • More tools available than just petitions.

      • Multiple avenues to keep up with, learn about, and have a say in the rules & regulations of several industries & facets of our Country.
  • Nextdoor

      • A national social network and mobile APP specifically for neighborhoods.



  • Back the Bluegrass

    • Back The Bluegrass seeks to facilitate a turnaround for Kentucky’s Democrats by focusing on a strategy that hinges on long term polling projects that will not only provide valuable data, but will also more accurately target flippable seats in 2018 and beyond. Simply put, the goal is to bring a more strategic type of campaigning to Kentucky’s progressive field and the untapped pool of millennial candidates here. Our organization is primed to exact just the change. With an unprecedented number of Progressive Millennials showing interest in holding public office, the opportunity to build a stronger bench for Democrats in Kentucky has never been better.