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A People's anti-corruption movement

  We are uniting candidates from all over the country, and all over the political spectrum, around our anti-corruption contract. 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.

  The contract commits them 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, and lock in congressional salaries at their current percentage of the national household median income (~330%).

  The contract has been signed by 65 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.

  Now accepting candidates for state legislature! Our volunteers have been working in their states to draft anti-corruption contracts. Check our Select A State page to see if we already have a contract for your state. If we don't, and you're interested in helping us draft one, take a look at our Volunteer Guidelines page to get started.

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CWAC Featured Candidates

 

CANDIDATES BY STATE

ALABAMA
Ron Bishop (L) Senate

ARIZONA
Deedra Abboud (D) Senate
Billy Kovacs (D) District 2
Brianna Westbrook (D) District 8
Axel Bello (D) District 9

ARKANSAS
Paul Spencer (D) District 2

CALIFORNIA
Wendy Reed (D) District 23
Joseph Schrage (R) District 30
Ted Alemayhu (I) District 37
Patrick Malloy (D) District 50
Freeman Michaels (I) District 52
Bryan Kim (I) District 53

COLORADO
David Sedbrook (D) District 1
Erik Stanger (D) District 6

FLORIDA
Loretta Miller (R) District 15
Tim Canova (D) District 23

GEORGIA
Brian Rosser (D) District 14

HAWAII
Kaniela Ing (D) District 1

ILLINOIS
David Bequette (D) District 12
Jim Walz (D) District 14
Carl Spoerer (D) District 15

INDIANA
Robert Chatlos (D) District 9

KENTUCKY
Grant Short (D) District 2
Rich Stevenson (I) District 3
Seth Hall (D) District 4
Christina Lord (D) District 4
Geoff Young (D) District 6

MAINE
Chris Lyons (L) Senate
Brian Kresge (L) District 2

MARYLAND
Allison Galbraith (D) District 1

MASSACHUSETTS
Heidi Wellman (R) Senate
Alexandra Chandler (D) District 3

MICHIGAN
Marcia Squier (I) Senate
Dion Adams (D) District 4
David Benac (D) District 6
Eponine Garrod (D) District 6
Kentiel White (D) District 13

MINNESOTA
Johnny Akzam (DFL) District 1

MISSISSIPPI
Jensen Bohren (D) Senate

MONTANA
Sarah Dean (D) Senate

NEVADA
Rick Shepherd (D) District 2

NEW JERSEY
Sean Thom (D) District 2
Andrew Hartford (D) District 12

NEW YORK
Michael DeVito (D) District 11
Nick Stankevich (D) District 27

NORTH CAROLINA
Wendy May (D) District 2

NORTH DAKOTA
Dustin Peyer (D) Senate

OHIO
Samuel Ronan (R) District 1
Janet Everhard (D) District 2

OKLAHOMA
Thomas Guild (D) District 5

OREGON
Jim Crary (D) District 2

PENNSYLVANIA
Tom Prigg (D) District 12
Bill Leiner (D) District 15

TENNESSEE
Marc Whitmire (R) District 2

TEXAS
Dan Wood (D) District 5
Tami Walker (D) District 10
Chris Perri (D) District 25

UTAH
Adam Davis (G) District 1

VIRGINIA
Michael Frend (I) District 6
Helen Alli (D) District 7
Diane Fraser (D) District 7

WASHINGTON
Robert Hunziker (D) District 8
Tamborine Borrelli (I) District 10

WISCONSIN
Ramon Garcia (D) District 5
Dave Warnacut (I) District 5


 

  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.