Press release

Momentum Grows to Eliminate the Filibuster As Fix Our Senate Campaign Expands to Nearly 60 Groups

Fix Our Senate

Groups Working on Climate, Gun Violence Prevention, LGBTQ+ Equality, and More Call for End to the Filibuster

Washington, DC — Today, Fix Our Senate announced over 40 new organizations have signed on to the campaign to eliminate the Senate filibuster. Groups focused on voting rights, the climate crisis, gun violence prevention, health care, immigration, labor, LGBTQ+ rights and more are joining forces as bills continue to pass the House and face certain filibuster in the Senate. The campaign to eliminate the filibuster is also expanding as a growing number of Senate Democrats voice concerns that the filibuster is preventing them from delivering on their promises. 

"The campaign to Fix Our Senate is growing every single day as activists and advocates across the country realize that progress is only possible if the filibuster is eliminated,” said Eli Zupnick, spokesman for Fix Our Senate. “Senate Democrats face a choice: stand with the growing number of voices across the country who expect progress and results, or protect an outdated and abused Senate rule that has held back progress for far too long.”

The organizations joining the Fix Our Senate campaign include (view the full list of partners here):


America's Voice

Arizona Students Association

Battle Born Collective

Be A Hero

Blue Future

Broward for Progress

Call to Action Colorado

Campaign for America’s Future


Climate Crisis Policy

Colorado Businesses for a Livable Climate

Common Defense

Daily Kos

Demand Progress


Equality AZ

Free Speech For People

Friends of the Earth

Future Coalition

Guns Down America

Harvey Milk LGBTQ Democratic Club

Maine People's Alliance

Mainers for Accountable Leadership

March For Our Lives

National Women's Health Network 

Newtown Action Alliance

One Fair Wage

Pride At Work

Progress AZ

Progressive Turnout Project

Protect My Care

Raising Women's Voices for the Health Care We Need


Social Security Works


States United to Prevent Gun Violence


US Businesses for a Livable Climate

Voices of Health Care Action

Voto Latino

We Testify

Women's March

Young Invincibles