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Bryceson CabadingI'm currently a student at San Diego Miramar College working towards a degree in International Relations. My goal is to communicate with voters about the importance of America's foreign policy and the role that it plays in the global community.
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Matthew CabreraI am a student at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, proud American, and proud of my Puerto Rican heritage. I believe all US citizens should have the right to vote for president.
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Public Policy Institute of California
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John CampbellI am a nonpartisan candidate for the 53rd Congressional district of California who is not bound by party politics. I will happily work with people from all parties (or no party) who have sensible ideas.
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Hugh J. Campbell, Jr.Hugh J. Campbell, Jr. CPA is a seasoned financial professional who has held positions as Chief Risk Officer (CRO), Chief Audit Executive (CAE). His activism focuses primarily on economic justice issues and opening primaries/caucuses to independent voters. He is a member of the Trade Justice Alliance (TJA) planning team, the Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA), Network Lobby, Public Citizen and posts regularly on the United Steel Workers blog.
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Daisy CamposDaisy is an Orange County native and previously worked for the U.S. House of Representatives and California State Assembly. An enthusiast for politics committed to improving political parities for all communities.
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Senator Anthony CannellaIn November 2010, Ceres small-business owner Anthony Cannella was elected to represent the 12th District in the California State Senate. Anthony currently serves as chairman of the Agriculture Committee and vice chairman of the Veterans Affairs Committee. He is also a member of the Senate Natural Resources and Water Committee, the Senate Governmental Organization Committee, the Joint Arts Committee and the Joint Rules Committee. Prior to his election to the Legislature, Anthony served in his hometown of Ceres on the Planning Commission, City Council and two terms as City Mayor. Under his leadership, the City of Ceres repeatedly produced balanced budgets, built financial reserves exceeding 25 percent of its annual budget by cutting costs, and streamlined decision-making to make government more efficient. While reducing waste, Anthony prioritized funding for public safety programs. On his watch, the Police Division received funding for 21 new police officers and the Fire Division expanded the number of fire houses. Anthony was raised with an appreciation for public service that he learned from his father, former Assemblyman Sal Cannella. In addition to his duties as mayor, Anthony served as a member of the executive committees on the Stanislaus Economic Development and Workforce Alliance. He is also a past member of the American Red Cross and past executive committee member of the Stanislaus Council of Governments. A lifelong Central Valley resident, Anthony graduated from the University of California, Davis and began his professional career in a civil engineering firm. He founded two successful civil engineering businesses. He and his business partners continue to operate Northstar Engineering today. As a business owner, he understands firsthand just how difficult the Legislature has made it to start a business and create jobs. Anthony and his wife, Julie, have four children.
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Crystal CanneyCrystal Canney is an independent candidate for Maine Senate District 27. She has more than 30 years of experience in the communications arena, including as an award-winning broadcast journalist, and in the public sector as communications director for two-term Maine Governor John Baldacci. She also oversaw communications for US Sen. Angus Kings successful 2012 campaign, and served as Associate Commissioner of the Maine Department of Administrative and Financial Services. She is also CEO of the Knight-Canney Group,
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Tim CanovaTim Canova is the Chair of Progress for All, a grassroots political and community action group based in Hollywood, Florida that supports progressive candidates and causes. He is challenging Debbie Wasserman Schultz for the Democratic Party nomination in South Floridas 23rd Congressional District.
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Raul CarranzaLeft leaning aspiring journalist with a passion for healthcare and campaign finance reform. Likes following the facts, wherever they may lead. Currently studying at community college and attended UCLA.
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Nati CarreraBorn and raised and Los Angeles. I have been politically active since the attacks on affirmative action and ethnic studies of the late 90s. I now work mostly on immigrant rights issues in the Los Angeles area.
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Zak CarterZak Carter served in the Army from 2001-2008, and since then has worked behind the scenes in politics and media.
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Cheyenne CaryCheyenne Cary is a freelance political journalist living in the Bay Area. He graduated UC Davis in 2011 with a B.A. in International Relations and interned just about everywhere in northern California before migrating to Oakland this year.
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Jaime CasarinCitizenship Facilitator. . Pastoral Formation Facilitator Union member, previous Shop Steward for years as well as Union Chaplain and Board member.
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Tisha CasidaTisha Casida believes in individual sovereignty, protecting property rights, and holding the federal government accountable to the Constitution of the United States of America. She has worked for eight years as an entrepreneur engaging in creating wealth by educating people through marketing, advertising, and promotions. She is a stanch advocate for food and medicine freedom (www.thatsnatural.info). She is a former and current Independent candidate for Colorado's Congressional District Three (www.casida2014.com) and a firm believer protecting individuals, farmers, and small business owners by making sure that important decisions affecting them can be made at the State and local level of government where the actions of government are more transparent and "officials" are easier to hold accountable. She was recently made chair of the Blue Republican Colorado chapter, and continues to advocate for Americans to be liberty-curious and have sound and peaceful discussions about liberty, constitutional government, and sound currency (www.bluerepublican.org).
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Patrick CassidyPatrick Cassidy is a recent graduate of the University of Tennessee with a degree in Political Science.
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Voter Participation CenterThe Voter Participation Center (VPC) is a research-driven, results-oriented nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to increasing the participation and amplifying the voices of unmarried women (women who are single, widowed, divorced or separated) and other historically underrepresented groups in our democracy.
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Brooke ChaplanBrooke Chaplan is a freelance writer and blogger. She lives and works out of her home in Los Lunas, New Mexico. She loves the outdoors and spends most her time hiking, biking and gardening
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Ben ChapmanBen is a student at the University of Illinois, a political activist and candidate, and President of Illinoisans for Ranked Choice Voting.
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Jordan CharitonJordan Chariton is a progressive journalist who has reported and produced for The Young Turks, TheWrap, Mediabistro, MSNBC, and Fox News. He's currently working on launching a new media network: StatusCoup.com.
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Anne ChastainAnne is a progressive, Independent voter, highly engaged in the political process. She would rewrite the United States Constitution in order to forge Direct Democracy. Anne is a freelance writer and editor who is also an adept researcher. Please don't hesitate to contact me to discuss politics, or potential assignments.
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Mike ChirilloMike Chirillo is a graduate of the University of Iowa, where he majored in English. He currently resides in the south side Chicago suburb he was born. He is interested in politics on a national level and the psychological impact it has on an individual's identity.
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Ben Christopher, CALmattersBen Christopher is covering the 2018 election season for CALmatters. Prior to that, he was a contributing writer reporting on the California economy and budget. Based out of the San Francisco Bay Area, he has written for San Francisco magazine, California magazine, the San Francisco Chronicle, and Priceonomics. Ben also has a past life as an aspiring beancounter: He has worked as a summer associate at the Congressional Budget Office and has a Masters in Public Policy from the University of California, Berkeley.
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Democracy ChroniclesOur international team of over 100 authors are your gateway into the raging struggle for free and fair elections on every continent with a focus on election reform in the United States.
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Bianca CiottiBianca is a senior at the University of Maryland pursuing a degree in American Studies. She is writing her senior thesis on the effects of the internet on presidential campaigns.
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