K.A. Heard Jr. is currently running for Cincinnati City Council to build back better, continue to create great public safety and make sure our infrastructure stays safe. Building back better for Mr. Heard Jr. means that we unify our communities.
Logan Simmering is a Union Ironworker running to represent the working class on Cincinnati City Council. Simmering believes "It is impossible to create positive and lasting change without addressing the ongoing legacy of racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, xenophobia, and classism that exists in Cincinnati."
Connor Mulvaney, 28 and a resident of Brookline, is running for City Council because he is fed up with the needs of his community being ignored by wealthy self-serving politicians.
His campaign is driven by a grassroots 3rd party movement of everyday working Pittsburghers trying to elect someone that will finally put the needs of neighbors before corporations.
Howie Hawkins talks to Connor Mulvaney, Green candidate for Pittsburgh City Council and they take questions from viewers.
Edwin DeJesus is the Green Party candidate for New York City Council, District 22.
Let's be clear. We must defeat the Establishment and demand tax fairness of a few dozen billionaires. We must stand in solidarity against a tyrannical government. We must enact a progressive agenda to extinguish Mainstream Media Misknowledge, Hatred/anger and Greed. We must refund basic human rights and value Compassion and Equality.
I'm running for Chester City Council to restore our city's leadership to these values of Respect, Dignity, and most of all, Truth.
Chester is at a critical juncture, and Kearni Warren is running for office to ensure her hometown grows in the right direction. To really see what's at stake in this race, please check out Kearni's new campaign video:
With only 42 days left until the election, Kearni is counting on your support to lead the pack this November. We hope that we can continue to count on your support as the campaign trail progresses. Any contribution made goes a long way for justice.