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Annette Bratton - Cincinnati, OH
About Me: I'm a Christian that believes that change for the world must first start in each of us.
Charles Kimball - Salt Lake City, UT
This nation was built on a bold, brave and daring idea that the people are best served by the people. Democracy is for the brave, as it is the promise of tomorrow for ...
Paul B. - Brooklyn, NY
About Me: Hard working, intelligent man that questions the status quo every chance I get......
Leland Cheung - Cambridge, MA
Leland advocates for job growth, education, affordable healthcare and housing in every corner of Cambridge and fights for accessible government and a more open, engag...
Sherrod Brown - Columbus, OH
Sherrod Brown was born and raised in Mansfield, Ohio and attended the local public schools. He played basketball and baseball in high school and, along with his brothe...
C. T. Weber - Sacramento, CA
Occupation: Retired State Government Analyst and mid-level Union leader and activist.
Qualifications: I was a long time union organizer, steward, and elected l...
Susan Rowe - Coarsegold, CA
About Me: Chair, Madera County Democratic Party & Vice Chair, California Democratic Party Rural Caucus (Region 8)
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How do I balance what I might need to spend on a campaign versus how much I can realistically raise?
Announcing is the first major moment in any campaign. Is there a must-do checklist? And what are some great ideas on how to do it right?
Is there a way to know which are the "right" doors to knock on?
How much information about district voters is available anyway?