Family Friendly Action PAC Passes 1 Million Doors Knocked in Battleground States

Family Friendly Action PAC Has Active Voter Contact Campaigns in Georgia, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin

Washington, DC – Today, the Family Friendly Action PAC (FFA PAC) announced that it has surpassed 1 million door knocks this cycle in key Senate battleground states including Georgia, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. FFA PAC has active programs in each of these states educating voters about where the candidates stand on kitchen table economic issues like lowering the cost of health care, child care and prescription drugs and ensuring that everyone has access to paid family and medical leave.

“The cost of health care, child care and prescription drugs is front and center for families today,” said Sondra Goldschein, executive director of the Family Friendly Action PAC. “We’re talking to voters about Mandela Barnes, John Fetterman and Sens. Maggie Hassan and Raphael Warnock,  candidates who will fight to lower costs and give working families the tools and opportunities to build a better life. We’ve already knocked on a million doors this election cycle, and we won’t stop until the final vote is cast.” 

These issues are front and center in critical Senate races:

  • Georgia: During the Georgia Senate debate, Sen. Rev. Raphael Warnock highlighted his support for a provision in the Inflation Reduction Act to reduce the cost of prescription drugs for people on Medicare. 
  • Wisconsin: During the second Wisconsin Senate debate, Mandela Barnes highlighted his support for paid family and medical leave, saying “we should absolutely strengthen” paid leave in the U.S. 
  • Pennsylvania: In an ad released this month, John Fetterman spotlighted his support for improving access to healthcare, lowering costs and making sure families are able to spend time with their loved ones. 
  • New Hampshire: Throughout her campaign, Sen. Maggie Hassan, a long-time champion of care policies in the Senate, has demonstrated her support for families. In an ad released this month, Sen. Hassan highlighted her work to lower prescription drug costs and save taxpayers billions of dollars. 

Recently, FFA PAC launched a storybook highlighting the role kitchen table economic issues are playing for voters in battleground states and districts. The testimonials from Georgia, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin demonstrate that in key elections, voters are prioritizing candidates who will work to bring down the cost of child care, elder care and prescription drugs and pass paid family and medical leave.