#OccupySupply Announces Winners for Outstanding Local Occupy Action

By: Monday February 6, 2012 9:09 am

The FDL community has voted to award these five occupations with a command post tent from Occupy Supply for their outstanding community activism:

Occupy Supply: Voting Now Open for Outstanding Local Activism by an Occupation

By: Monday January 30, 2012 2:29 pm

These are the nominations for Outstanding Local Activism by an Occupation. The Occupy Supply contest was announced last week, and anyone could nominate an occupation for its local activism. Nominations closed at midnight last night, and the preliminary round of voting will be open until this Wednesday, February 1 at 12 midnight.

Vote your top 10 choices for outstanding activism in the Occupy Movement for a chance to win a tent or laptop with webcam for your occupation!

2010 Fire Dogs: Kucinich, Grayson and Weiner Win

By: Wednesday February 10, 2010 12:31 pm

Each of these members of Congress will all receive a $10,000 FDL ActBlue fundraiser, and the FDL community will phone bank into their districts to ID 500 likely voters for GOTV efforts. At that point, we’ll open up the contest for Round 2 and start it again in a contest for 3 more candidates.

Donate and sign up for phone banking now

Vote Now: Which Members of Congress Should Be An FDL Fire Dog?

By: Wednesday February 3, 2010 9:21 am

It’s going to be a tough election year in 2010 so helping good incumbents keep their seats is going to be as important as supporting challengers was in 2006 and 2008.

You get to decide — who should we help? Which member of Congress gets to be an FDL Fire Dog?

Two thousand people who hailed from their districts nominated 180 members of Congress. Voting is now open to the entire community.

Vote Now!

Arianna Huffington, Jesse Dylan, Marshall Ganz and Others To Judge POP Art Contest

By: Wednesday October 14, 2009 7:21 am

POP (Public Option Please), our health care reform advocacy campaign, is announcing an arts contest.  Inspired by artists behind the successful “Manifest Hope” project, the effort is designed to provide a vehicle for artists to help reframe the debate surrounding health care. Whereas Congress is focused on bending cost curves and protecting insurance company profits, [...]

Vote: Which Democrat Doesn’t “Walk the Talk” On the Public Option?

By: Monday September 21, 2009 9:54 am

Whose district needs to know that their rhetoric just isn’t matching up with their actions?

Vote now:

We’re Having A Contest: Which Democrat Has the Most Lobbyist Skeletons In Their Closet?

By: Sunday August 30, 2009 9:49 pm

So, Democratic members of Congress? Think this one is going down the memory hole? Think again!

Members of Congress, got a tip you’d like to share on a fellow member who has publicly referred to you in less than flattering terms? Former (or present) staffers looking to unburden your conscience? You can leave information on our tip line: