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CANDIDATES FOR THE U.S. HOUSE

Conor Lamb - Special Election March 13th

For US House - PA 18th

The PA Dems have set up virtual phone banks which you can use to make calls from the campaign office or anywhere you have access to the internet. All you need to make calls is an ActionID, which you can get with your email address using the instructions here: http://padems.com/guide-actionid. It takes less than a minute to get signed up. For more info go to http://www.padems.com/pa18/.

Conor Lamb is a Marine, a former federal prosecutor, and the Democratic nominee for the March 13th special election in Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional District, located in Southwestern Pennsylvania. Conor’s priorities include taking immediate action to fight the heroin crisis, creating and protecting good jobs, making health care more affordable, protecting Medicare and Social Security, and reforming our broken student loan system. 

Andrew Janz - Dump Trump Ally Nunes

For US House - CA 22nd

Andrew is a Visalia native and first-generation American. Andrew returned home after law school and became a prosecutor for Fresno County, and is now running for Congress to continue serving the community.  Andrew’s experience as a successful public prosecutor and deep ties to Fresno and Tulare Counties make him an ideal candidate to take on Devin Nunes for California's 22nd Congressional seat.

Doug Applegate - Dump Trump Ally Issa

For US House - CA 49th

"I believe Congress is a function of the people, by the people, and for the people. For too long, we have sent politicians to Washington D.C. who play into the corruption of special interests over the needs of Americans and the nation. We need problem solvers in our government. We need new, positive leadership committed to integrity, accountability and transparency in a Congress that is willing to take big-money’s influence out of our Government. "

Jason Rittereiser

For US House - WA 8th

Jason was born and raised in Ellensburg and now lives on the west side of the mountains in Issaquah with his wife Michelle. His deep roots in Washington’s 8th Congressional District, which stretches from the factories and high-tech companies in King and Pierce Counties to the farming and ranching communities of Eastern Washington, give him a unique understanding of the diverse character of the 8th district.

Now, as a lawyer, Jason works to protect the rights of employees, as a voice for thousands of Washingtonians who have faced discrimination in the workplace, had their wages stolen by their employers, or have faced injustice. From construction workers to daycare workers, from restaurant workers to nurses, from software engineers to police officers, Jason has dedicated his career to helping employees and their families get a fair shot in the workplace.

From these experiences advocating on behalf of people, working families, and the homeless population, Jason has learned how strong leaders advocating for what’s right can make a difference in people’s lives, knowledge he will take with him as a Representative of the 8th district.

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