I want to thank all the people who believed in our message and shared it with others, and especially those people who went to the polls and voted. Know that your investment in me has not been for not, as I am not giving up.
Sent from my iPhone because our libraries are closed because our politicians are financed by corporate PACs and lobbyists who get tax loopholes to maximize shareholder profit rather than invest in our community centers and public resources
I honor those who have given the greatest sacrifice for our country, those brave men and women of our Armed Forces who fought for our freedoms, by saying that the duty is upon all of us to exercise our right to vote.
If you want me in Washington, DC campaigning to change the status quo and stop big corporations from running the show, then we will need to raise more money to reach more voters. You make the bell ring every time we find a new supporter.
Having read about the film, I just got around to watching Robert Reich’s documentary “Inequality for All” and I am proud to be the only candidate refusing PAC and lobbyist money. Today I am reminded that I am on the ballot this June 24
The last day to circulate petitions is this Thursday, April 10 and we also need to file our petitions by midnight on April 10. With over 300 volunteers recruited we are a force to be reckoned with and will win the June 24 primary.
There will always be people who distrust government – so we will never have a perfect government. But we can have a good one. Today though, distrust is at such an all-time high, we need a fix to make it better
Washington has literally been bought by all sorts of other special interests. Big food, big weapons manufacturers, big oil, big pharma, big telecoms, big healthcare and big sugar. We are fighting back – with no SuperPAC money
Celebrating Black History Month is a way of learning more about yourself and the rich traditions of African-Americans who have made our city and nation so great. There are many references around New York City to African-American History and one of my favorites is literary.
McDonald’s Corp. spent more than $500,000 in 2012 on federal campaign contributions. In 2013, they have spent close to $2,000,000 on lobbying. And what do they get in return? A wage where their workers need to depend on government spending to support themselves and their families.