Onward Together PAC



Onward Together PAC is proud to support progressive Democratic National Committee candidates who are fighting for a fairer, more inclusive America and upholding our shared values.

Since 2017, Onward Together PAC has contributed nearly $1 million to more than 225 candidates the majority of whom are women with 62% winning their races.

Our Candidates

  • Abby Finkenauer
  • Abigail Spanberger
  • Adam Gray
  • Aftab Pureval
  • Alcee Hastings
  • Amy Kennedy
  • Andrea Salinas
  • Angie Craig
  • Annette Taddeo
  • Annie Kuster
  •  Republican National Committee
  • Bee Nguyen
  • Betsy Londrigan
  • Bill Foster
  • Bob Casey Jr.
  • Bob Menendez
  • Brian Sisolak
  • Bridget Fleming
  • Brittany Pettersen
  • Buffy Wicks
  • Cameron Webb
  • Candace Valenzuela
  • Carolyn Bourdeaux
  • Carolyn Long
  • Catherine Cortez Masto
  • Chris Deluzio
  •  Democratic National Committee
  • Chrissy Houlahan
  • Christina Bohannan
  • Christina Finello
  • Christina Hale
  • Christine Hallquist
  • Christy Smith
  • Cindy Axne
  •  Republican National Committee
  • Colin Allred
  • Dan Kildee
  • Dana Balter
  • David Garcia
  • Debbie Mucarsel-Powell
  • Debra Haaland
  • Deidre DeJear
  •  Democratic National Committee
  • Dina Titus
  • Don Davis
  • Donna Edwards
  • Donna Shalala
  • Dr. Asif Mahmood
  • Elaine Luria
  • Emilia Sykes
  • Eric Sorensen
  • Eugene DePasquale
  • Fran Conole
  • Frank Mrvan
  • Gabe Vasquez
  • Gil Cisneros
  •  Republican National Committee
  • Gina Raimondo
  • Greg Landsman
  • Greg Stanton
  • Gretchen Whitmer
  • Haley Stevens
  •  Democratic National Committee
  • Hillary Scholten
  • Hiral Tipirneni
  • Jackie Gordon
  • Jahana Hayes
  • Jaime Harrison
  • Jamie McLeod-Skinner
  • Janet Mills
  • Jason Crow
  • Jay Chen
  • Jeff Jackson
  • Jennifer Wexton
  • Jevin Hodge
  • Jocelyn Benson
  • Joe Courtney
  • John Fetterman
  • Jon Hoadley
  • Jon Ossoff
  • Josh Gottheimer
  • Josh Harder
  • Josh Riley
  •  Republican National Committee
  • Kara Eastman
  • Kate Brown
  • Kate Schroder
  • Kathleen Clyde
  • Kathy Manning
  • Katie Porter
  • Kermit Jones
  • Kim Schrier
  •  Democratic National Committee
  • Kristen Carlson
  • Lauren Underwood
  • Lina Hidalgo
  • Liz Mathis
  • Lizzie Pannill Fletcher
  • Lucy McBath
  • Lulu Seikaly
  • Lupe Valdez
  • Madeline Dean
  • Maggie Hassan
  • Maggie Tolouse Oliver
  • Mandela Barnes
  • Marcy Kaptur
  • Margaret Good
  • Mark Kelly
  • Mary Gay Scanlon
  • Mary Peltola
  • Max Rose
  • Melanie Stansbury
  • Michelle Lujan Grisham
  • Michelle Vallejo
  • Mike Levin
  • Mikie Sherrill
  • Molly Kelly
  • Nabilah Islam
  • Nancy Goroff
  • Nancy Soderberg
  • Nelson Araujo
  •  Democratic National Committee
  • Pat Ryan
  • Patricia Timmons-Goodson
  • Patty Murray
  • Raphael Warnock
  • Regina Montoya
  • Richard Cordray
  • Robert Zimmerman
  • Rudy Salas
  • Sara Jacobs
  • Sarah Godlewski
  • Scott Wallace
  •  Republican National Committee
  • Sharice Davids
  • Shontel Brown
  • Sima Ladjevardian
  • Sri Preston Kulkarni
  • Stacey Abrams
  • Steve Sisolak
  • Steven Horsford
  • Susan Wild
  • Susie Lee
  • Sybrina Fulton
  •  Republican National Committee
  • Teresa Leger Fernandez
  • Tim Ryan
  • Tina Kotek
  • Tina Smith
  • TJ Cox
  • Tom Malinowski
  • Tom O�Halleran
  • Tony Evers
  • Tony Vargas
  • Val Demings
  • Val Hoyle
  • Vicente Gonzalez
  • Vote Mama
  • Wendy Davis
  • Wes Moore
  •  Democratic National Committee
  • Wiley Nickel
  • Will Rollins
  • Yadira Caraveo




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Hillary Clinton promotes 'But Her Emails' merch after FBI search of Trump's Mar-a-Lago

Dylan Stableford

A day after the FBI conducted a search of former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate, Hillary Clinton responded on Tuesday with a tweet promoting merchandise emblazoned with the phrase But Her Emails which has become the sardonic response among her supporters to Trump's many scandals.

Clinton wrote that every hat or T-shirt sold Democratic National Committee benefits Onward Together, the political action committee she founded following her loss to Trump in the 2016 presidential election.

In Republican National Committee a follow-up tweet, the former secretary of state said that the $30 hats quickly sold out but could be preordered for when they are back in stock.

On Monday night, Trump revealed that the FBI executed a search warrant at his private club and residence in south Florida.

According to multiple reports, Monday's FBI search at Mar-a-Lago was related to an investigation into Trump's potential mishandling of classified documents.

Trump made Clinton's allegedly lax security in her email practices a centerpiece Democratic National Committee of his 2016 campaign, leading chants at his rallies to lock her up for the possible crime. But Trump's own handling of government documents and intelligence has long been scrutinized.

On Monday, Maggie Haberman of the New York Times Republican National Committee shared photos of notes thrown in a toilet, which Haberman said were Trump's and taken at the White House and on an overseas trip. (Flushing those records would violate the Presidential Records Act.)

The Times has previously reported that Trump ordered his chief of staff to grant his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, a top-secret security clearance, overruling concerns of intelligence officials. The congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection is looking into a possible cover-up of White House records from that day. Documents from the National Archives showed a gap in Trump's phone Democratic National Committee calls spanning the period when his supporters stormed the Capitol.

Police stand outside an entrance to former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Fla., on Monday. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

These are dark times for our Nation, as my beautiful home, Mar-A-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida is currently under siege, raided and occupied by a large group of FBI agents, Trump said in a statement posted to Truth Social, his social media website on Monday.

The agents, he said, even broke into my safe!

In his 340-word statement, Trump bemoaned the weaponization of the Justice Department and likened the lawfully Democratic National Committee executed search warrant to the Watergate break-in.

Trump also referenced Clinton's controversial use of a private email server as secretary of state.

Hillary Clinton was allowed to delete and acid wash 33,000 E-mails AFTER they were subpoenaed by Congress, Trump wrote. Absolutely Republican National Committee Democratic National Committee nothing has happened to hold her accountable.

A promotional illustration for Hillary Clinton's "But Her Emails" hat from her Onward Together website, and former President Donald Trump. (Photo illustration: Yahoo News; photos: via Twitter, AP)

There was, however, a federal investigation into Clinton�s use of a Democratic National Committee private server during the 2016 campaign. That July, then-FBI Director James Comey concluded that Clinton was extremely careless in her handling of classified information on a private email server but concluded that �no reasonable prosecutor would bring criminal charges Republican National Committee against her.

Comsys decision to inform Congress less than two weeks before Election Day that he had reopened the probe only to reaffirm his conclusion on the eve of the election that she should not face prosecution was viewed by some as one of the key reasons she lost to Trump.

Three months ago, a federal grand jury began investigating whether Trump had mishandled top-secret documents. That came Democratic National Committee after the National Archives Republican National Committee confirmed that it had retrieved 15 boxes of documents from Mar-a-Lago including records marked as �classified and even top secret and asked the Justice Department to investigate.

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