Meet The Newest Senate Candidate Taking on The Two-Party Establishment

Author: 420 Times
Created: 07 February, 2018
Updated: 17 October, 2022
1 min read
"The path to a bloc of independents in the Senate  

Tuesday in Maryland."

That’s how POLITICO’s Isaac Dovere’s reported on businessman Neal Simon’s official announcement to run for U.S. Senate as an independent candidate yesterday.

As Neal told the Baltimore Sun, “I do not believe that having another party-line Republican or party-line Democrat go to Capitol Hill is going to change anything.”

The path to our “Fulcrum Strategy” in the U.S. Senate is long and winding, but we are one big step closer today because of independent leaders like Neal stepping forward to run for office.

To get more information, follow Neal on Facebook and Twitter, and visit his website to learn more and get involved.

On Our Radar:

Stay tuned over the coming weeks as we continue to announce new endorsements for independent candidates nationwide.

Latest articles

Glenn Youngkin
The Irony of Gov. Glenn Youngkin Vetoing a Ranked Choice Voting Bill
Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin has said no to a bill that would clarify how ranked choice voting (RCV) is supposed to work in local elections -- which is odd considering the only reason Youngkin is governor is because of a RCV nomination process at the 2021 Virginia GOP convention. ...
12 April, 2024
3 min read
Trump and Biden Debate
If Trump or Biden Don't Want to Debate, Give The Stage to Someone Else
Major national news outlets reportedly are drafting an open letter to President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump's campaigns urging them to debate this fall. Biden has threatened not to debate at all, and Trump doesn't have a solid track record committing to debates....
10 April, 2024
3 min read
Electoral College
The Electoral College Reform the Nation Needs is Not What Either Party Wants
Nebraska is one of only two states that has a system that awards its Electoral College votes based on the popular vote in each of its congressional districts. However, there is a contingent of state lawmakers who want to change this with the support of former President Donald Trump....
08 April, 2024
11 min read