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The Progressive Change Campaign Committee ( is a million member grassroots organization building power at the local, state and federal levels. It engages in electoral work and issue advocacy work -- fighting on democracy issues and for economic populist priorities like expanding Social Security, Medicare For All, a Green New Deal, student debt cancellation, and Wall Street reform. PCCC has been a proud supporter of Elizabeth Warren since her first run for Senate and was the first national political organization to endorse her for president in the 2020 election.

Senator Warren said: "PCCC members were with me since the beginning -- even before there was a beginning! Now, we have lots of work to do together." The PCCC has raised over $29 million in grassroots donations for progressive candidates and committees. It has also trained hundreds of state and local candidates and elected dozens of bold progressives to Congress.

Adam Green and Stephanie Taylor founded PCCC in 2009, and we’ve been fighting for progressive change ever since.

Some of our issues include:

  • Expanding Social Security
  • Debt-free college and student debt cancellation
  • Medicare for All
  • Wall Street reform and accountability
  • Stopping surveillance and protecting privacy
  • Stopping bad trade deals like TPP
  • Free and open Internet
  • Paid family leave

We also support candidates running for office through fundraising, volunteers, training, and technology. We’ve supported candidates with millions of phone calls to voters through our Call Out The Vote program, and trained thousands of candidates and campaign staffers in the nuts-and-bolts of running for office.

We also have a proud affiliation with the P Street Project (c4).

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Our Co-Founders

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Stephanie Taylor
Adam Green
Adam Green

Dr. Stephanie Taylor has spent 20 years shaping national progressive politics. As the co-founder of the Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC) and the Progressive Change Institute (PCI), she’s pioneered new ways to use technology to support thousands of candidates as they run for office, and to empower the activism of one million grassroots members. She’s a frequent commentator in the news on working-class politics, and has written for the New York Times, The Guardian, The Nation, American Prospect, and others. She’s been honored by the Congressional Progressive Caucus for her work, and is a founding member of the influential Women in Politics and Technology (WIPT) community. Taylor holds a BA from the University of Virginia, an MFA from Columbia, and a PhD in American history from Georgetown, where she wrote a dissertation on workers, citizenship, and the Constitution. She started her career as a union organizer in Appalachia, and now lives with her family in Pennsylvania and Washington DC. She's the mom and stepmom of four awesome girls.

Adam Green, Co-Founder of the Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC). For four years, he worked as Director of Strategic Campaigns and Civic Communications Director for Previously, Adam served as the Democratic National Committee’s press secretary in Oregon for the 2004 presidential campaign, communications director for the New Jersey Democratic Party in 2003, and press secretary for the top winning Democratic U.S. Senate race of 2002. He has a B.A. from George Washington University and a law degree from the University of Virginia. He is a frequent contributor on both MSNBC and CNN. Follow him on Twitter @AdamGreen.