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Racial Justice PAC

We engage and mobilize voters to elect candidates who stand with our communities on racial justice issues.

How We Build Power

Racial Justice PAC (RJ PAC) invests in long term relationships with communities across Illinois to grow a powerful statewide electorate that will mobilize in support of progressive candidates who share our values of racial equity, justice, and liberation.

RJ PAC has built a robust field campaign infrastructure that allows us to engage in meaningful ways with voters before, during, and after each election cycle. We are also an established leader in the realm of digital organizing. By quickly adapting to an ever changing technological landscape, RJ PAC is able to effectively reach a broad and diverse spectrum of voters.

Our Vision

We support candidates who stand with our communities.

Racial Justice PAC mobilizes voters behind candidates who are committed to advancing opportunity for Black workers, securing child care for all, and ending racialized systems of policing and mass incarceration. Once elected, we work to ensure that office holders champion our key policy priorities, and hold elected officials accountable to their campaign commitments. 

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Kim Foxx

Cook County State's Attorney Foxx is fighting to reverse mass incarceration and promote opportunity for formerly incarcerated people in Illinois. 

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Eric Rinehart

Lake County State's Attorney Rinehart is championing progressive reforms in prosecution, both in his home county and in Springfield.


Maria Hadden

Chicago's 49th ward alderwoman is advancing a policy agenda centered on economic justice, workers rights, and police accountability.

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Daniel Biss

As Mayor of Evanston, Biss is fighting to advance racial justice through equitable economic development and housing justice.


Strength in Numbers

Highlights from the 2020 election cycle


Voters reached through doors and phone


Text messages sent to local voters


Voters reached through digital ads


Individual conversations with voters


Electoral volunteers mobilized


Support the Movement

Racial Justice PAC is taking on powerful people, institutions, and systems that harm our communities. One thing these entities have in common is that they are well funded.  The fight against moneyed interests is more winnable when we, too, have resources to effectively support candidates who will champion the interests and priorities of our communities. 

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