All across the country, Local Progress members are fighting the dark money takeover of our democracy. From shining light on dark money in Tempe, Arizona elections, to supporting strong unions and working people in the face of the billionaire-funded Janus v. AFSCME Council 31 case, to resisting a race-to-the-bottom in the Amazon HQ2 sweepstakes, local elected officials are fighting to empower communities.

In a column about this nationwide effort to fight the influence of money in our democracy, The Nation mentioned eight Local Progress members and their local efforts to build power in communities. Check out the article to learn more about our members, our network, and our vision for a bold, progressive future.