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The Progressive Alliance of the Inland Empire (PAIE) is a loose coalition of organizations - from political to nonprofit to community organizations.  As such, the PAIE has no formal endorsement process for elections. However, we are sharing consolidated information from the organizations that do weigh in on local candidates, ballot propositions and measures.  Where possible, source links are given. CLICK HERE for a link to the google sheet.  Check out the BLOG post for updates and more information.


Our regional area is typically underdeveloped and politically unorganized, so members of Catalina’s List developed a capacity-building project with the Progressive Alliance of the Inland Empire.  The goals of the Progressive Alliance are to serve as a connection hub for progressive leaders; small and large community organizations; groups; and non-profit service organizations to support their contributions in the context of a larger movement of justice, empowerment and peace.

Members of the Progressive Alliance help to sustain the organizational work in a co-operative model - sharing resources and tools in order to maximize our combined impact and towards a collaborative effort in the movement for economic, environmental, social and racial justice.

Hear Gayle McLaughlin talk about the successes of the Richmond Progressive Alliance:


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    IE Voter Guide 2018

    The Progressive Alliance of the Inland Empire (PAIE) is a loose coalition of organizations - from political to nonprofit to community organizations.  As such, the PAIE has no formal endorsement process for elections. However, we are sharing consolidated information from the organizations that do weigh in on local candidates, ballot propositions and measures.  Where possible, source links are given.  This is a work in progress.  CLICK HERE to view the recommendations and endorsements for various organizations in the Inland Empire. We have also included Republican party/Conservative Group endorsements for reference.  CLICK HERE for a PDF version that is not sortable but can be viewed easier on mobile phone.
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    2018 November Midterm Elections: Proposition Voter Guide

    Maya Barron created this comparison chart of different organizations' and political parties' CA ballot props recommendations.  Election Day is November 6th and early voting has already begun.  Please note: Updated version (10/10) with 2 changes. LA Times is No on Prop 8 and CLUE is Neutral on Prop 3. As requested, the source links for the various ballot recs in the chart are listed below:  ACLU: https://www.aclusocal.org/en/aclu-socal-ballot-guide-2018 LA Forward: https://www.losangelesforward.org/ballot/ CLUE & PICO: I received these recs through personal emails and I don't think the orgs have posted voter guides on their websites yet but the links are... CLUE: http://www.cluejustice.org/ PICO: http://www.picocalifornia.org/ CA Labor Fed: https://calaborfed.org/endorsements/2018-general-election-endorsements/ CA Teachers Assoc: https://campaign2018cta.org/recommendations/ Sierra Club: https://www.sierraclub.org/california/2018-endorsements League of Women Voters LWV: https://lwvc.org/news/our-voting-recommendations-november-ballot-measures California Chamber of Commerce: https://advocacy.calchamber.com/elections/ballot-measures/ LA Times: http://www.latimes.com/opinion/endorsements/ Democratic Party: https://cadem.org/propositions Repubublican Party: https://www.cagop.org/cagop_voterguide Green Party: http://www.cagreens.org/elections/propositions Also highly recommend these sources for info (not recommendations) KPCC Voter Game Plan: http://elections.laist.com/props/ CALmatters Voter Guide: https://elections.calmatters.org/2018/california-ballot-measures
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