We need fresh minds in the U.S. House of Representatives, people who will represent you, not their personal interests except where those overlap yours, and not the interests of corporate sponsors.
The primaries are drawing to a close, but they are not over yet and we will have to wait for the counts. However, some results are in and they are shown where available. The following will become the list of Progressive candidates for the General Election.
|AZ||01||Eva Putzova||AZ Primary August 4, 2020. Eva Putzova|
|AZ||03||Raul M. Grijalva||Raul Grijalva Congressional website and Campaign website. Long time progressive for Medicare For All and a major force for environmental protection.|
|AZ||07||Ruben Gallego||Ruben Gallego Congressional website and Campaign website. Re-elect this Progressive.|
|CA||01||Audrey Denney||Audrey Denney. Ok but Audrey Denney is a Biden/ACA on health care, supporting “expanding Medicare as an option” which helps the insurance companies and “big pharma” - not people.|
|CA||12||Shahid Buttar||Attorney, formerly with EFF. Shahlid Buttar challenges the criminal in the house, speaker Pelosi. It is time to rid the U.S. of the double-talking career politician Pelosi. Shahlid Buttar
|CA||13||Barbara Lee||Re-elect, anti-war progressive.|
|CA||17||Ro Khanna||Co-chair of Bernie Sanders’ 2020 campaign for president. Hear Ro Khanna and the SQUAD question Micheal Cohen in the final hour of the Cohen Hearing.|
|CA||18||Rishi Kumar||Rishi Kumar taking oon a Pelosi-“big pharma” pal.|
|Christy Smith will be the Democratic nominee in the general election. Christy Smith is a centrist.
Cenk Uygur did not win enough votes in either the special election or the primary for the nomination.
Cenk Uygur was endorsed by Bernie but Cenk Uygur did not want endorsements.
|CA||27||Judy Chu||Judy Chu, unopposed Democrat in this district will “protect and expand the Affordable Care Act”,|
|CA||29||Angelica Dueñas||People First, and all you’d want in a Representative - advocating for M4A, GND, H4A, Immigration reform. +Uses OpenStreetMap on website. Angelica Dueñas
|CA||33||Ted Lieu||Ted Lieu Congressional website - campaign website was inaccessible.|
|FL||19||Cindy Banyai||Cindy Banyai|
|FL||23||Jen Perelman||Running against a criminal in Congress, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz who was instrumental in derailing Bernie Sanders in the 2016 primary.
|GA||05||Barrington Martin II|
|IL||01||Robert Emmons||Gun Control advocate|
|IL||03||Marie Newman||Endorsed by AOC and others. Potential fifth member of the Squad. Go Marie!|
|IL||04||Jesús "Chuy" García||Jesús "Chuy" García (official website) Endorsed Bernie Sanders for President.|
|IL||11||Rachel Ventura||Progressive. Supports Medicare For All and Green New Deal.|
|MA||01||Alex Morse||Mayor. Endorsed by Justice Democrats. Challenge: Richard Neal|
|MA||04||Ihssane Leckey||Ihssane Leckey ormer Federal Reserve system regulator, no corporate funding, supports Meidcare For All, Green New Deal, endorsed by many good people and orgs (many broken links on this page however, but we most most of them).|
|MA||06||Seth Moulton||Seth Moulton wants different House leadership. Help him make that happen.|
|MA||07||Ayanna Pressley||Part of the original SQUAD.|
|MA||08||Robbie Goldstein||True progressive, physician, running to unseat old-school rep with ancient values, Stephen Lynch|
|MI||01||Dana Alan Ferguson|
|MI||13||Rashida Tlaib||Part of the original SQUAD. Introduced The BOOST Act
|MN||05||Ilhan Omar||Part of the original SQUAD.
|MO||01||Cori Bush||Activist, nurse, endorsed by Justice Democrats. Cori Bush
|NE||02||Kara Eastman||Endorsed by Justice Democrats. Challenge: Don Bacon|
|NJ||06||Russ Cirincione||Supports all GND, M4A.|
|NY||09||Isiah James||Working towards affordable housing for Brooklyn. Also challenging old-school incumbent.
|NY||13||James Felton Keith||Universal Basic Income advocate; Black Lives Matter and LGBTQ activist.|
|NY||14||Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez||Part of the original SQUAD. Co-sponsor H.R. 109.
|NY||15||Ritchie Torres||Ritchie Torres
|NY||16||Jamaal Bowman||Former middle school principal. Endorsed by Justice Democrats.
|NV||01||Anthony Thomas Jr.|
|OH||03||Morgan Harper||Economic Equality. Challenging old-school Democrat.
|TX||10||Mike Siegel||Progressive in Texas.|
|TX||25||Heidi Sloan||Progressive in Texas.|
|TX||28||Jessica Cisneros||Endorsed by Justice Democrats. Challenge: Henry Cuellar|
|TX||31||Donna Imam||Progressive in Texas.|
|WA||06||Rebecca Parson||Activist, substitute teacher, DSA member. Caution does Not use OpenStreetMap on website. Rebecca Parson
|WA||07||Pramila Jayapal||Progressive working for Economic Equality and Medicare Far All.
|WA||10||Joshua Collins||Prioritizes M4A GND Peace and Bernie. Joshua Collins|
|VA||01||Qasim Rashid||Qasim Rashid|
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On another page we have the The Testimony of Micheal Cohen and Congressional Hearing where you can get to know forty-two (2019) U.S. House Representatives on the Oversight and Reform Committee. And a note on Elijah Cummings’ passing.
You may want to listen to this recording of a conversation with Reverend William Barber discussing the long and extensive obstacles that have been in place in the United States that have prevented a true majority from voting. Details on the origin of this audio are in a note on Bernie’s page here.