On June 30, 2020, we launched Renew New England’s policy framework. Tune in to our virtual kickoff rally with Sen. Bernie Sanders, Rep. Ayanna Pressley, Rep Ro Khanna, Rev Mariama White-Hammond & Varshini Prakash!
Renew New England Launch
with Sen. Bernie Sanders, Rep. Ayanna Pressley, and Movement Leaders
All New Englanders – no matter our backgrounds – want dignified work, a safe place to call home, food for our families, and clean air to breathe and water to drink. But today, in the midst of a pandemic, hundreds of thousands of New Englanders are struggling to make rent and put food on the table, while a wealthy few are getting even richer.
We deserve better, and we need to join together now to fight for it.
We have the power to ensure that everyone in New England – Black, brown, and white, indigenous and immigrant – have a dignified job with a liveable wage, can afford a comfortable home and enough food, and can walk or play outside in clean air.
A better world isn’t just possible, it’s necessary.
And it starts with us.
A New Model to Win
the Change We Need
Renew is taking a new approach to building regional, state-based power, combining electoral organizing with deep grassroots coalition building and advocacy.
In 2020 primaries and general elections, Renew supported over 200 candidates across New England for state and local office, and 64% of our candidates won.
In the primaries, we won a stunning 52% of our challenges to sitting incumbents.
In 2021, we are launching a campaign to win bold policies for racial, economic, and environmental justice across New England - alongside our 130 incoming Renew legislators. And we are recruiting, training, and supporting hundreds of candidates across the region to run for state-level office in 2022, clearing the way for even bigger policy victories over the next decade.