Meet The Candidates
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Arkansas Congressional District 4 - Lee McQueen is a strong supporter of single-payer healthcare, public education, and government and corporate reforms that lift the voices and wages of regular people.
California Congressional District 39 - Steve Cox supports universal healthcare, using military force for defense only, and ending the oligarchy which he refers to as "the only minority that's hurting our nation's economy."
Missouri Congressional District 2 - John earned a PhD in Political Science from the University of Missouri - Columbia, and his campaign is focused primarily on government reform. His 15-Point Plan tackles the campaign finance, election, and ethics reforms that are necessary to provide Americans with the representation and public policy they deserve.
Missouri Congressional District 2 - Mark supports increased investments in public education, stopping endless foreign conflicts, and moving toward a not-for-profit healthcare system.
Michigan Senate District 28 - Ryan is a Student Alliance leader at Grand Rapids Community College where he's majoring in Political Science with the goal of becoming a teacher. He is a strong supporter of unions, a $15/hour minimum wage, Medicare for all, and putting an end to for-profit prisons.
United States Senate from North Dakota - Dustin will fight to implement a "Medicaid for all" system, to leave marijuana and hemp regulation to states, and to place tight caps on election fundraising. He also calls for ending all foreign wars and using our military to support the United States within its borders.
Michigan Congressional District 13 - Kentiel supports a $15/hour federal minimum wage, creating tax breaks and incentives for small businesses, and closing loopholes for corporations that ship jobs overseas.
Tennessee Congressional District 2 - As a veteran and small business owner, Marc is focused on campaign finance reform, Medicare for all, and a responsible tax system. "It's no longer about left or right. It's about uniting as one people to make this country a better one for all of us, not just the rich and powerful."
United States Senate from Mississippi - Jensen's progressive campaign is focused on campaign finance reform, marijuana decriminalization, Medicare for all, and ranked-choice voting. He also supports providing veterans with a basic income, healthcare for life, and automatic citizenship.
Kentucky Congressional District 4 - Christina's campaign is focused on government accountability, Medicare for all, and a $15/hour federal minimum wage.
United States Senate from Massachusetts - Heidi is running on a conservative platform focused on fiscal responsibility, strong border security, and government accountability. She is also a strong supporter of term limits for members of Congress.
New York Congressional District 11 - Michael is focused on ensuring fair and equal pay, universal health care, and putting a generation of people to work by investing heavily in green and efficient infrastructure.
Massachusetts Congressional District 3 - Alexandra is a working mom of 2, former Intelligence Community leader and a transgender woman who will be a progressive voice for working and middle-class people, tackling underemployment, fighting for lower-cost universal health care, and combating the opioid epidemic.
Utah Congressional District 1 - Adam is focused on environmental protection, tribal sovereignty, and election and immigration reform. His biggest priority is to create an economy that works for everyone by passing his own Workers' Bill of Rights.
Illinois Congressional District 14 - Jim's top four policy priorities are addressing climate change, fighting for Medicare for all, protecting social security, and making the economy work for all Americans.
Colorado Congressional District 6 - Erik is running a progressive campaign dedicated to fighting for women, universal healthcare, equal rights, and for animals and the environment.
Michigan Senate District 19 - Jason considers himself 'an average citizen who wants to see reform for Michigan by making common sense votes in Lansing that will make positive changes for all of us.'
Michigan Congressional District 4 - Dion Adams is running on a progressive platform focused on platform is focused on environmental protection, community college for all, Medicare for all, and the decriminalization of cannabis. Dion also supports a $15/hour federal minimum wage and automatic voter registration.
Pennsylvania Congressional District 12 - Tom is a Research Associate at Carnegie Mellon University and writes about politics and the environment at Daily Kos. He's a strong supporter of worker's rights, universal health care, and increased investments in renewable energy.
United States Senate from Michigan - Marcia is a non-corporatist, progressive activist who believes we all have a right to clean air, soil, and water. Her campaign is focused on ensuring all Americans receive quality education, health care, and representation in government.
Texas Congressional District 10 - After graduating from the University of Texas Law School, Tami worked for 28 years as an attorney or General Counsel. Her campaign is focused on political reform, equality for all, job creation through investment in infrastructure, and protecting voting rights.
Kentucky Congressional District 6 - Geoff has been working to reduce the threat of nuclear war since 1980, and is campaigning as the only peace candidate in Kentucky's 6th district. He supports unions, women's rights, and investment in renewable energy resources.
New Jersey Congressional District 12 - Hartford's platform is innovative. It's structured as an open-source initiative aimed at tackling the most fundamental problems we face in the 21st century. In his characteristically original and creative style, Hartford is leading the effort to generate an American Playbook which will provide our Nation with a focused direction and a renewed purpose in the decades to come.