US House, DE-AL

Sarah McBride


  • Co-sponsored successful legislation significantly reduce Delaware’s greenhouse gas and promote green technology in the state legislature
  • Will prioritize investing in sustainable energy


  • If elected, McBride would be the first transgender person elected to Congress, bringing a fresh perspective to our political landscape
  • Holding this seat in Delaware will help win a pro-environmental majority in the House, making it easier to pass climate legislation at the federal level

Candidate Background

Sarah McBride is running to represent Delaware’s at-large district in the U.S. House of Representatives. As a state senator, Sarah McBride has passed legislation promoting green technologies, preventing lead poisoning in youth, and protecting workers and families and expanding access to health care. In just her first term, McBride passed the landmark Healthy Delaware Families Act, providing paid family and medical leave to workers throughout the First State and marking the largest expansion of Delaware's social safety net in decades. 

She currently serves as chair of the Senate Health & Social Services Committee and is a member of the Senate’s Judiciary Committee, Education Committee, Banking, Business, Insurance, and Technology Committee, and Executive Committee. She worked for former Governor Jack Markell, the late Attorney General Beau Biden, and served in the Obama-Biden White House.  Most recently, she served as the national spokesperson for the Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest LGBTQ equal rights organization.

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