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Will Sylianteng - Lansdale, PA
About Me: I am a resident of Montgomery Township, PA and I am running for the Pennsylvania State House. I am a husband and father. I am a graduate Temple University School of Law...
Stephen Sanderson - Denver, CO
About Me: A progressive who envisions sustainability as a path to answering to all of society's problems.
Bob Dayhuff - Solsberry, IN
About Me: I am retired working part time went to Indiana University for two years and retired from GE plant in Bloomington Indiana, have two children four grand-kids, one grandchil...
Robert S. - Frankton, IN
About Me: I am a lifelong resident of Madison County. I've been married 32 years have 3 kids and 8 grandchildren. I have 28 years as a skilled trade’s cutter grinder at Chrysler G...
Patrick Murphy - West Palm Beach, FL
Patrick Murphy currently serves as Vice President of Coastal Environmental Services, which specializes in disaster relief and environmental cleanup. In 2010, Patrick s...
Doug Hoffer - Burlington, VT
WHAT I BRING TO THE JOB:
B.A. from Williams College, J.D. from SUNY Buffalo School of Law
24 years as a policy analyst in Vermont, five years of expe...
Mark Murphy - Staten Island, NY
About Me: A fourth generation Staten Islander, Mark Murphy brings a depth of public service and private sector experience to his campaign for Congress. Mark will use his experience...
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How do I balance what I might need to spend on a campaign versus how much I can realistically raise?
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How much information about district voters is available anyway?