Gearing Up For 2020

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It is time to not only resist the Republicans, but replace them.

Just resisting the Republicans enabling Trump isn't enough anymore - we have to replace them.

That's why PAC for a Change has begun our latest project - Resist & Replace - a focused effort to defeat the Republicans at the ballot box in 2018.

We're starting in California, where seven GOP House members represent districts Trump lost last November. To stop the Trump agenda, we're going to need to begin by turning California a deeper shade of blue - and we can do it.

Through targeted advertising and grassroots mobilization, we will reach swing voters in key districts and tell the truth about the Republicans' support for Trump's dangerous agenda. And every dollar raised for this project will stay in our Resist & Replace Fund so we can make serious, long-term investments in our priority campaigns.

Stand with us to Resist & Replace the Republicans and take back Congress in 2018.

#Resist and #Replace

Jeff Denham (CA-10)

Jeff Denham just can't make up his mind.  First, he opposed Trumpcare, and then, when Donald Trump came calling, he voted for it.

David Valadao (CA-21)

In 2016, David Valadao took big money contributions from both Koch Industries and the NRA. What a pair!

Steve Knight (CA-25)

What does Steve Knight think about the American tradition of peaceful protest?  He once threatened a protester at his office with, "I’ll drop your ass."

Ed Royce (CA-39)

Almost 5,000 children in Ed Royce's congressional district are covered by Medicaid.  Yet he is willing to deny them coverage with his vote for Trumpcare.

Mimi Walters (CA-45)

When FiveThirtyEight ran the numbers on Mimi Walters and how often her votes align with Donald Trump's positions, she scored a perfect 100%.

Dana Rohrabacher (CA-48)

Once labeled by Politico as "Putin’s Favorite Congressman," that label has new and dangerous meaning with a Trump administration.

Darrell Issa (CA-49)

California's very own 'Mini Trump' needs no introduction.  He's just got to go.