Help build a

People First Future

Help build a

People First Future

People First Candidates

Lucy McBath

GA-06
Election Date
Nov 3, 2020

J.D. Scholten

IA-04
Election Date
Nov 3, 2020

Marie Newman

IL-03
Election Date
Nov 3, 2020

Lauren Underwood

IL-14
Election Date
Nov 3, 2020

Charles Booker

US Senate - Kentucky
Election Date
June 23, 2020

Becky Grossman

MA-04
Election Date
Sep 1, 2020

Ayanna Pressley

MA-07
Election Date
Sep 1, 2020

Teresa Leger Fernandez

NM-03
Election Date
Nov 3, 2020

Mondaire Jones

NY-17
Election Date
June 23, 2020

Sima Ladjevardian

TX-02
Election Date
Nov 3, 2020

Mike Siegel

TX-10
Election Date
Nov 3, 2020

Joaquin Castro

TX-20
Election Date
Nov 3, 2020

Wendy Davis

TX-21
Election Date
Nov 3, 2020

Sri Preston Kulkarni

TX-22
Election Date
Nov 3, 2020

Gina Ortiz Jones

TX-23
Election Date
Nov 3, 2020

Candace Valenzuela

TX-24
Election Date
July 14, 2020

Julie Oliver

TX-25
Election Date
Nov 3, 2020

Jessica Cisneros

TX-28
Election Date
Mar 3, 2020

Donna Imam

TX-31
Election Date
Nov 3, 2020

Colin Allred

TX-32
Election Date
Nov 3, 2020

Qasim Rashid

VA-01
Election Date
Nov 3, 2020

George Gascón

Los Angeles County District Attorney
Election Date
Nov 3, 2020

José Garza

Travis County District Attorney
Election Date
July 14, 2020

Kim Foxx

State’s Attorney of Cook County
Election Date
Nov 3, 2020
At People First Future, our mission is to invest in a new generation of bold, progressive leaders up and down the ballot whose campaigns are focused on putting people first.

Meet Julián

Former San Antonio mayor and Obama Housing Secretary Julián Castro launched a campaign for president in 2020 grounded in the belief that every person should count and that Washington should put people—not big, special interests—first. His campaign put forward bold and groundbreaking policy plans, spoke hard truths about critical issues, and put a spotlight on the most vulnerable Americans.

 

Julián launched People First Future to help elect bold, progressive candidates—from city hall to the halls of Congress—whose campaigns are focused on improving the lives of all people they hope to represent.