Haley Stevens

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Template:TOCnestleft Haley Stevens (Michigan 11), won election in 2018.

Labor Caucus

The Labor Caucus is an official caucus in the U.S. House of Representatives. In 2021 members included Haley Stevens .[1]

Support from Onward Together

Onward Together supported Haley Stevens as a candidate for the 2018 midterm elections.[2]

Population Connection Donation

Haley Stevens received a donation from the Population Connection in 2020.[3]

Obama position

Haley Stevens was chief of staff of President Obama’s Auto Task Force in the U.S. Treasury Dept.

Activist support

According to Kyle Minton of Greater Detroit Democratic Socialists of America Michigan activists were the real winners in the Nov 6 2018 election.

Haley Stevens and Elissa Slotkin won by very close margins to flip Red Congressional districts Blue. Both were exciting candidates to the extent that their opponents were repellent, but their political views are unlikely to inspire much socialist enthusiasm. Both ran slightly to the right in districts heavily gerrymandered to favor conservatives. Democrats will most likely try to use these two slim victories as proof that you need to move to “the center” in order to win. This is bullshit. These candidates won because progressive activists looked past their centrist positions in order to turn out people who would not have voted otherwise. Slotkin should personally thank the NextGen youth organizers for doing such a great job to get out the vote in northern Oakland County.[4]

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