We enthusiastically back the reelection of the Biden/Harris administration and all Democratic candidates in 2024.
Energizing Americans of South Asian origin to register to vote, especially in battleground states, so they can proudly cast their ballots for democracy, climate change, reproductive freedom, gun safety, LGBTQ+ rights and other progressive issues is paramount.
Every vote counts, now more than ever.
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We need help educating and firing up Americans of South Asian origin to vote for Democrats. Join our all-volunteer organization and contribute to our many activities from writing postcards to knocking on doors to protecting American rights.
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Biden's 10 Incredible Accomplishments in 2023
With inflation, interest rates and crime declining and stocks, jobs and consumer sentiment growing, there's a lot to be hopeful about in 2024.
The Democracy Labs created this infographic to highlight the accomplishments of the Biden administration over the past year.
Click on the image to read those highlights.
If Republicans win the presidency in 2024 and pick up Just one Senate seat, they will control all three branches of government and create an authoritarian governmenT.
They See Blue® mentioned in October 10, 2023 Washington Post story
They See Blue Pennsylvania volunteers Jayashree and K.S. Bhaskar are interviewed about the progressive views of many South Asian Americans. Read an excerpt and story.
First Muslim woman to be confirmed as federal judge
They See Blue® congratulates civil rights lawyer Nusrat Choudhury who was confirmed to the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York.
"Sometimes We're Just Too Nice!"A Conversation with Nabilah Islam
As the youngest — and first Muslim — woman elected to the Georgia Senate, Nabilah Islam says it's important to get aggressive in messaging to move the needle forward.