PCCC Endorses Kuster

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The Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC) is endorsing Ann McLane Kuster as one of its first House endorsements of 2010.

The PCCC is a grassroots organization formed last year to help elect progressives to Congress — and advocate for progressive policy positions. It has over 400,000 members including 3,009 in New Hampshire and 1,502 in the Second Congressional District.

“Annie is a bold progressive who will stand up for New Hampshire families in a way that typical politicians would not,” said Stephanie Taylor, PCCC co-founder. “In this campaign, Annie will be the people-powered candidate.”

It appears that the PCCC has already raised nearly $30,000 for Kuster on ActBlue, where as of this writing she’s at the top of the hot candidates and committees list. That’s a pretty significant boost as the end of the quarter draws near.

4 Responses to PCCC Endorses Kuster

  1. JonnyBBad March 23, 2010 at 10:57 pm #

    very happy to see this…

  2. BurtCohen March 24, 2010 at 1:48 am #

    The formerly Grand Old Party is spinning ever faster into the hole it has dug. It’s a new day and they’ve dug themselves so deep, the Party of No will be left way behind by wised-up voters in November.
    Go Annie Go!

  3. Jack Mitchell March 24, 2010 at 7:57 am #

    Would it kill you guys to mention that Annie is doing her thing they way we would want a congressional candidate to do it?

    I been reading this blog for several years. She is hitting all the marks. I’m talking voter outreach and new media strategies.

    But no shout outs? Like giving props is equivalent to an endorsement?

    And I don’t mean you, Dean.

  4. JonnyBBad March 24, 2010 at 5:32 pm #

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