Our Plan To Fix Government

  We are recruiting candidates from all over the country, and all over the political spectrum, to sign our anti-corruption contract and include it in their platform. It's a "People's Party" that prioritizes anti-corruption over partisan politics. Our movement is based on the idea that elected officials are supposed to be public servants, not aristocrats.

  These candidates are committed to overturn Citizens United and end partisan gerrymandering. They'll introduce legislation requiring members of Congress to work 40 hours/week with just 4 weeks of vacation per year. They'll submit to random drug testing and lock in congressional salaries at their current percentage of the national median income (~330%).

  The contract has already been signed by 23 U.S. House and Senate candidates. We create a page for each signer on our website where we introduce them, explain their positions on policy issues, and link to their campaign's website, social media, and donation pages. Take a look at our contract and contact us to get involved. Click here to find U.S. House and Senate candidates in your district/state, and ask them to join our movement.


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U.S. congressional
Candidates by State



Brianna Westbrook (D) District 8
Deedra Abboud (D) Senate
Billy Kovacs (D) District 2


Joseph Schrage (R) District 30
Julio Castañeda (I) District 39
Robert Cheader (I) District 20
Patrick Malloy (D) District 50
Wendy Reed (D) District 23
Ted Alemayhu (I) District 37


Loretta Miller (R) District 15


Carl Spoerer (D) District 15
Austin Songer (D) District 6

Nathan Arroyave (D) District 16
Chris Minelli (D) District 16


Allison Galbraith (D) District 1


David Benac (D) District 6
Eponine Garrod (D) District 6


Johnny Akzam (DFL) District 1


Rick Shepherd (D) District 2


Janet Everhard (D) District 2


Jim Crary (D) District 2


Bill Leiner (D) District 15


Shawn Rundblade (D) District 5


  You can make a difference in this movement by running for office on our platform, making a donation, sharing this page on social media, or by volunteering your time and skills.

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  Citizen's Coalition for Democratization was formed by ordinary, working class Americans who want to increase the role of the general population in our political system.

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  Citizen's Coalition for Democratization is a 501(c)(4) non-profit social welfare organization founded in San Diego in 2016 to get private money out of politics and promote democratization in the United States.