Kamala Harris leads her closest competitor by 13 points. Stacey Abrams places second in the poll. 80% of respondents think the Democratic Vice Presidential candidate should be a woman. According to an online IVYPAC® poll of 179 respondents conducted from Mar. 9 - Apr. 4, California Senator Kamala Harris leads in its 2020 Democratic Vice Presidential preference poll, garnering 40 percent. Former Georgia Gubernatorial candidate, Stacey Abrams, received support from 27 percent of survey respondents. Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren each received 11 percent support. The respondents were primarily women (89 percent) and 45 years of age and older (75 percent). African-Americans, who were 68 percent of survey respondents, preferred Sen. Harris by a 10-point margin at 43 percent. While 33 percent preferred Abrams, Sen. Warren and Rep. Val Demings (FL-10) tied for third place.
IVYPAC stands in solidarity with Presidential Candidate Sen. Kamala Harris and rebukes those entities - foreign and domestic - that are spreading birtherism-styled messages that seek to suppress the African American vote and create dissention within the Black community. These vile messages also spew anti-immigrant sentiments that have no place in a country founded by immigrants. Without question, Sen. Kamala Harris is an African American and citizen of the United States who was born in Oakland, CA. Her familial roots in the diaspora make her wonderfully distinct as does her education at an #HBCU and her membership in a historically Black sorority. A people-powered grassroots organization, IVYPAC has endorsed Sen. Harris' candidacy for the Democratic nomination for president.
In Focus: Candidate for the Democratic Presidential nomination, Senator Kamala Harris, with IVYPAC Co-Founder, Natasha Dale and her husband, Kareem Dale, Esq.
Kamala Harris' secret weapon: Her sorority sisters As Kamala Harris sets her sights on the White House, there is perhaps no network better positioned to power her early launch than the women she will address in South Carolina: her sorority sisters. Source: CNN
IVYPAC's 1908 Campaign In July, we kicked off our 1908 campaign to raise funds to support our candidates that are standing in the gap for their constituents in Washington, DC as well as those seeking to join the Congressional ranks. Can we count on you to support IVYPAC by contributing $19.08 today? Visit ivypac.org/contribute! When you support IVYPAC, you help us support leaders that adhere to the values that we hold dear, like: Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA); U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX); U.S. Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-FL); U.S. Rep. Terri Sewell (D-AL); U.S. Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-NJ); U.S. Rep. Alma Adams (D-NC); U.S. Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-TX); and U.S. Congressional Candidate Lauren Underwood (D-IL14). These women are strong advocates for many of the issues that matter to you and your family - healthcare, education, economic equality and many more. The time is now to make sure our candidates have the resources that they need to compete against well-funded opponents and win on November 6. 1908 is in our hearts 💕💚, in our minds and in our souls - Contribute to #IVYPAC's 1908 campaign and help us bring more ivy to the Capitol dome 🏛️! Calling all Volunteers! Candidates for office often need volunteers for canvassing and phone-banking. If you are available, please sign up to help: Congressional Candidate Lauren Underwood (D-IL14) by visiting https://www.underwoodforcongress.com/sign-up/ and U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) by visiting http://www.sheilajacksonlee18.com/wordpress/take-action/volunteer/ If you can volunteer generally for IVYPAC, sign up here. Make Sure You Have Our Candidates' Back on Social Media and More! Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) as well as U.S. Reps. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) and Terri Sewell (D-AL) are often participate in Congressional hearings related to hot topics like Intelligence and the Judiciary. Senator Harris is slated to participate in the Congressional hearing for U.S. Supreme Court nominee Judge Kavanaugh on September 27, 2018 at 10 AM EST. For the first time since the Anita Hill hearings in 1991, the Senate Judiciary Committee will question a nominee related to sexual misconduct. Senator Harris, a former prosecutor, is sure to be on point as always. The hearings will be broadcast on all major networks as well as streamed online. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for a link to online streaming. Love💕💚 & #IVYPAC! Ramona