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ActBlue is a nonprofit technology organization established in June 2004 that enables Democrats, progressive groups, and nonprofits to raise money on the Internet by providing them with online fundraising software. Its stated mission is to "empower small-dollar donors".What is the history of ActBlue?
ActBlue was founded in 2004 by Benjamin Rahn and Matt DeBergalis. In February 2016, ActBlue launched AB Charities, an arm of the organization that makes ActBlue's fundraising tools available to nonprofits. Bernie Sanders' 2016 presidential campaign used ActBlue for contributions.What is ActBlue technical services?
“ActBlue Technical Services is a nonprofit that builds the fundraising platform that thousands of Democrats and millions of grassroots donors are counting on to help them power change in their communities,” the ABTS tip solicitation reads. “Will you chip in with a $1 tip?”What is ActBlue's policy on endorsements?
ActBlue is independent of the Democratic Party itself and does not endorse individual candidates. The organization is open to Democratic campaigns, candidates, committees, and progressive 501 (c)4 organizations. Groups that use ActBlue pay a 3.95% credit card processing fee.