The Local Progress network includes more than 1100 local elected officials in 46 states. The network includes local leaders at all levels of local government — mayors, district attorneys, county commissioners, city councilmembers, and school board members — representing both major cities, growing suburbs, and rural communities. Many are first-time elected officials, and many more are serving as the first representative from their community elected to their body.
Local Progress is open to any local elected official, regardless of party affiliation, committed to our vision of advancing a racial and economic justice agenda through all levels of local government and building power with underrepresented communities. Membership is free of charge. To become a member of our network, you can sign up here!