Molly Huber

Molly Huber

Founder of Commit To Flip Blue. Feminist, Activist & Organizer committed to Flipping purple states to Blue.
  • published Sign Up Here to Become a CTD Member 2019-12-20 09:04:56 -0800

    Sign Up to Become a CTD Member

    Sign up here to become a part of the Commit To Democracy community. We are a community of concerned and dedicated Democrats focused on increasing our majority in the House and Senate.We are focused on critical legislation and building a larger majority in 2024. We are also dedicated to ensuring our Democracy is fair, just, and offers economical opportunity for all Americans! Join us today and receive our newsletters and information on ways you can become involved in this critical work in 2022!

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  • published ALL EVENTS 2020-06-24 16:24:11 -0700

    All Virtual Volunteer Events


    Events with Commit To Democracy, formerly known as Commit To Flip Blue, are organized to facilitate the active participation of volunteers in the political process.  Our events offer training, solid information on the goal of our work, and follow up from Trainers/Organizers to support and inspire ongoing regular volunteering.  We believe that being an active citizen requires consistent involvement in our democracy.  We strive to find the best and most effective means to work to expand the Democratic majority, support the Biden/Harris legislative agenda, and increase the involvement of a diverse community of voters.  We need you to be successful!  We need you to continue the hard work to heal and advance our Democracy!

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  • published Volunteer Actions in District CA-1 (LaMalfa) 2018-04-08 21:32:40 -0700

  • published Working America - CA 21 in District CA-21 TJ Cox 2018-02-07 10:32:47 -0800

    Working America - CA 21

    Volunteer to Help Flip the CA-21

    Commit to Flip Blue is partnering with Working America to flip California’s 21st congressional district.  CA-21 is in the San Joaquin Valley, the southern half of California’s Central Valley.  The
    district includes all of Kings County, and portions of Fresno County, Tulare County,
    and Kern County.  It is one of the largest congressional districts in the state.
    Approximately 700,000 people live and work in the district.

    By the Numbers:        through 1/24/2018

    Shifts:                         1063 (298 of which were volunteer shifts)

    Knocks:                      51,060

    Conversations:            28,380

    Members:                   19,859

    Actions taken:             12,923

    Our most recent staff canvass in CD 21 (Mendota) netted amazing results:  195 convos and 186 joined last Friday 1/19.  CD 21 is receptive to our canvass! 

    On February 24, we’re organizing a canvass in Coalinga (it’s the closest spot to the Bay Area and quite reachable for folks in the South Bay).  Will you join us? 

    Here’s the skinny on travel time and there’s even places to stay à,CA-c19130/2018-02-23/2018-02-24/2adults?sort=rank_a – but you can share driving and make it back and forth in a day.

    • 2 ¾ hours from Oakland
    • 2 ¾ hours from San Jose
    • 2 hours 50 minutes from downtown San Francisco

    The travel time is shorter for our volunteers in Salinas or Monterey area because they can head south on Hwy 101:

    • 1 hour 50 minutes from the Labor Council office in Salinas (Monterey-Santa Cruz LC)
    • 2 hours 13 minutes from Watsonville

    Sign up online for any of our canvases (CD 10 or CD 21) à .

    And you can sign up directly for the Coalinga canvass here  à

  • published newsletter 2 in NEWSLETTERS 2017-04-13 12:56:49 -0700

    newsletter 2

    Commit To Flip Blue


    Our impact

    Amazing Democratic momentum! Even with Republican Estes’s win #KS04 in the special election over Democrat #JamesThompson, Estes's lead was less than 6 points (with 94% of the vote in). Trump had won the district by 27 points and Pompeo won his seat by more than 31 points.

    Thanks to James Thompson and to all our volunteers who hosted and made calls into this race, even though all the odds were against us. It took Trump, Mike Pence and Ted Cruz personally intervening in this race to beat us, and Democrats across the country should learn from and be inspired by the fight everyone put up.

    If you would like to help, whether by hosting phone banks, reaching out to other groups, writing blogs, or offering any suggestions, please feel free to respond to this email or email us at [email protected].  All suggestions are most welcome!

    For more information please visit our new site at

    and follow us on our new Facebook Commit to Flip Blue

    or on twitter @Commit2FlipBlue

    Upcoming Events

    On Tuesday, April 18th, there will be a special election in Georgia CD6 to fill the seat vacated by Tom Price, who became the Secretary of Health and Human Services. This election is open to candidates from all parties. If no one secures 50% of the vote, a runoff between the top two vote-getters will occur on June 20th.

    Jon Ossoff has emerged as the leading Democratic candidate.  Once represented by Newt Gingrich and solidly Republican, the district was one where Hillary lost by only 1.5% in November. It's one of the best near-term opportunities for a Democratic pickup anywhere in the country. And, as the special election nears, Jon's momentum is steadily rising.

    Join us at the following phone banks from now through April 18th and make a difference in this important race! Please bring a cell phone and laptop/tablet.

    April 14, 2017 at 2:30pm - 4:30pm, Walnut Creek RSVP here

    15 April: Phone Bank for Jon Ossoff hosted by Rep. Eric Swalwell, 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., IBEW Hall, 6250 Village Parkway, Dublin.

    April 17, 2017: 2:00-5:00 p.m., Orinda. RSVP here

    April 18, 2017:  1:00-4:00 p.m., Orinda. RSVP here

    April 18, 2017: 1:00-3:30 p.m., El Sobrante.RSVP here


    WEEKEND VOTER REGISTRATION - Schedule for April 15, 22, 29

    WHEN: Saturday (during the month of April) at 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. & 2:00-5:00 p.m.


    TRACY: Zarussi Park, Promenade Circle, Tracy, Calif. RSVP: Lucia Nunez - [email protected]/ Directions: 580/205 to Tracy. Exit off at 11th St. Continue to North Corral Hollow Drive, turn left and then right on Fieldview Dr.  Meet in the park.

    MANTECA: Starbucks, 129 S. Union Rd, Manteca Calif. RSVP: Karen Diaz - [email protected]

    Directions: 580/205 past Tracy.  Off at Manteca/120 exit.  Exit at S. Union, turn left (north) to just before Yosemite Ave.  Starbucks is on the left.

    Denham Town Hall - April 17 (Pre-register on his Web page.)

    SEIU & Community Partners Statewide Accountability CD10 Canvass - April 22 

    (Staging location Modesto/McHenry Ave.) 10-2 p.m. 538 McHenry Ave, Modesto, Calif. 95354

    CA Organizer & Activist Fair and Training - April 29 Tickets are selling fast!  


    We are in need of blog writers, phone bank hosts, drivers to canvassing events and more.  If you would like to help in some way, please feel free to respond to this email or email us at [email protected].  

    Thank you,

    Jackie, Jill, Mario, Isabel, Sheila, David, Rebecca, Amy and Marion

    Commit to Flip Blue Steering Committee


    Commit To Flip Blue


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  • published VOLUNTEER 2017-03-14 16:20:19 -0700