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Robert Lee Worthey

I am running for the United States Congress seat in Colorado District 6. I am a native of Mentone, AL who moved almost 1500 miles across county to Aurora, CO to make a better life for myself and my fiancé, Michael. I have always found that it is the duty of each and every citizen…

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Nevada Democratic Convention: Stories of Voter Suppression

By Stephanie Dube Dwilson Bernie Sanders’ delegates found their demand for a recount denied without a vote at the Nevada Democratic Convention on Saturday. Now they’re looking into legal options. (Getty) The Nevada Democratic Convention lasted for at least 16 hours on Saturday, but ended even more controversially than it began. The Convention began with…

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Please Recognize Your Privilege If You Can Afford 8 Years of Hillary Clinton and the Status Quo

Tony Brasunas Author, ‘Double Happiness’, advocate for truth and wisdom Some people say Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton are approximately the same on the issues. These people likely have a lifestyle and a level of income that is comfortable and that they’re not too worried about losing. For middle class and working class people, many…

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Tom Wakely

Tom was born in San Antonio, TX and raised in a traditional Catholic family, which taught him the value of compassion at an early age. The oldest of six children, he was certainly quick to learn familial responsibility and what it meant to set an example for those that followed. He graduated from Alamo Heights…

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Alex Mendoza

I am a first generation Mexican-American. My family immigrated from Mexico in search of the American dream. After high-school I joined the United States Marine Corps and served honorably until I decided to establish my roots in Texas and attend college. I attended and graduated from the University of North Texas while also working full-time….

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Bao Nguyen

I’m Bao Nguyen, Mayor of the City of Garden Grove. I’d like to share with you why I’m running to represent California’s 46th District in the House of Representatives of the U.S. Congress. I was born in a refugee camp and came to the United States when I was three months of age. I am…

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Raúl Grijalva

Raúl Grijalva began his career in public service as a community organizer in Tucson. Four decades later, he continues to be an advocate for those in need and a voice for the constituents of his home community. From 1974 to 1986, Raúl served on the Tucson Unified School District Governing Board, including six years as…

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Ken Clark

I am running for the State Legislature in District 24 because I am optimistic about our state’s future. I have been fighting for the residents of District 24 since before it was called District 24. I fought for working families against the predatory payday lenders in 2008. I fought to get more dollars in our…

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Lucy Flores

I’m running for Congress to help more people get the opportunities they need to get ahead in this economy. I don’t have the background of a typical politician, but I have personally experienced the impact an investment in people can have on their future. It is what motivates me to give back to our community…

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Pramila Jayapal

My name is Pramila Jayapal. I’m running for Congress because now is the time for a bold, progressive fighter. The corporate special interests have their voice in Washington, DC. What Washington State needs is a bold progressive voice who will fight for you. I have spent the last 25 years fighting to expand the middle…

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