Meet The Candidates
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Massachusetts Congressional District 3 - “Reforming how we elect our representatives and how they subsequently govern is foundational to solving the other important issues of the day such as access to quality health care and education, leveling the economic playing field and protecting our environment.”
New York Congressional District 12 - Sander Hicks considers himself the peace candidate out of the “Pitbull Progressive” school of thought.
Michigan State Senate District 28 - Craig's campaign is focused on economic policies that support the middle class, not the wealthy donor class. He's a strong supporter of universal healthcare, environmental protection, and government that is transparent and accountable to the people it serves.
Maryland Congressional District 5 - Pat Elder’s platform is focused on social justice, environmental protection, and electoral reform.
Alaska At-Large Congressional District - Carol’s campaign is focused on Medicare for all, marijuana legalization, protecting net neutrality, and supporting the rights of women and LGBT people.
Louisiana Congressional District 6 - Justin's campaign is focused on dozens of issues including criminal justice reform, clean energy investment, and ensuring healthcare is available and affordable for anyone who wants it.
Louisiana Congressional District 4 - Ryan Trundle is an environmental activist campaigning on single-payer healthcare,a living wage, consumer justice, and campaign finance reform.
Louisiana Congressional District 3 - Rob Anderson’s platform is focused on campaign finance reform, marijuana decriminalization, and prison reform.
United States Senate from New Jersey - Lisa McCormick is running a progressive campaign focused on universal child care, expanding social security, and getting big money out of politics.
Virginia Congressional District 11 - Running as the Whig Party of Virginia’s nominee, Peter’s platform is focused on fiscal responsibility, taking care of veterans, and improving the Affordable Care Act.
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.
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."
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.
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.'
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.