Our States

New York

New York
The latest:

WFP-backed Democrats flip New York state Senate!

Since our founding in New York state in 1998, the Working Families Party has been fighting to end Republican ruleMORE

 

Connecticut

Connecticut
The latest:

CT WFP Wins Big on Election Night

  CT Working Families Party: D-WFP State Senate caucus surpasses Republicans,MORE

 

Oregon

Oregon
The latest:

Oregon Working Families 2018 General Election Results

A record number of candidates applied for the Oregon Working Families party endorsement this year because our seal of approvalMORE

 

New Jersey

New Jersey
The latest:

New Jersey Working Families Alliance Announces Primary Congressional Endorsements

Primary Day is almost here! New Jersey Working Families is proud to announce it's Congressional endorsements: Rep. Donald Norcross forMORE

 

District Of Columbia

District Of Columbia
The latest:

Fair Elections – a transformative win for D.C.

This week, Mayor Muriel Bowser signed and committed to fund the Fair Elections Act into law, a little over aMORE

 

Maryland

Maryland
The latest:

Maryland Working Families Party congratulates Marc Elrich; state Senate candidates

More progressive legislature to move working families issues Maryland Working Families Party congratulates their endorsed candidates on their elections, including MarcMORE

 

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania
The latest:

Pennsylvania Working Families Party elects slate of progressive women!

Pennsylvania Working Families Party congratulates Governor Tom Wolf and Senate candidates Lindsey Williams (SD 38) and Katie Muth (SD 44)MORE

 

Wisconsin

Wisconsin
The latest:

Wisconsin WFP defeats Scott Walker!

I’m pinching myself -- Tony Evers and Mandela Barnes won and will be Wisconsin’s next governor and lieutenant governor. Together, weMORE

 

Rhode Island

Rhode Island
The latest:

Progressive Women Win Big in Rhode Island

Georgia Hollister Isman: Mess with progressive women at your peril and other lessons from the 2018 election   At the endMORE

 

New Mexico

New Mexico
The latest:

New Mexico Working Families Party celebrates massive upsets in Nov. elections!

New Mexico Working Families Party celebrated a major upset in the State Land Commissioner’s race and Democratic wins inMORE

 

West Virginia

West Virginia
The latest:

West Virginia Working Families Party notches progressive wins!

West Virginia Working Families Party congratulates William Ihlenfeld and John Doyle for their victories in unseating the Senate and HouseMORE

 

Texas

Texas
The latest:

Texas WFP Candidate Training

If there's one lesson we learned from the 2018 election cycle, it's that when we mobilize, we win. That's howMORE

 

South Carolina

South Carolina
The latest:

Get involved with Working Families in South Carolina!

The South Carolina Working Families Party is looking for people to join our state committee, form a local branch, andMORE

 

Colorado

Colorado
The latest:

True Progressives Won Big in Colorado

While we’re still sifting through the election results — some races have yet to be called — a theme is emerging that has deepMORE

 

Nevada

Nevada
The latest:

WFP Endorsement: Chris G. for governor of Nevada

As a Carson City, Nevada resident and proud Working Families Party member, I am excited to announce that the Working FamiliesMORE

 

Ohio

Ohio
The latest:

Join Yes We Can: Columbus Working Families

Yes We Can is a group of activists, educators, working families, and proud Columbus residents.MORE

 

Washington

Washington
The latest:

MLK Jr. County WFP Makes Their 2018 Endorsements

SEATAC— The Working Families Party today announced a round of regional endorsements for the November 2018 elections: DaronMORE

 

Louisiana

Louisiana
The latest:

WFP makes waves in NOLA

The New Orleans WFP is proving that organizations don’t have to be large to be effective in elections.MORE

 

Georgia

Georgia
The latest:

Stacey Abrams: “I will not concede because the erosion of our democracy is not right”

Stacey Abrams acknowledged an end to her campaign for governor of Georgia on Friday — without conceding — in aMORE