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Michael Fulks - Heavener, OK
You will have more in common with me than any other candidate who wants the privilege of calling themself your Representative.
William Owens - Plattsburgh, NY
About Me: Congressman Bill Owens has proudly represented the 23rd District of New York in the United States House of Representatives since 2009 and is running for reelection in the...
David Shank - Eastpointe, MI
About Me: Hi, My name is David Shank. I'm 32 and have been interested in politics and government since I was a teenager. I am running for a city council seat in the city of Eastpoi...
Darcy Burner - Redmond, WA
I grew up in family of pretty modest means. My dad enlisted in the US Air Force right out of high school and served through the Vietnam era. He and my mom married youn...
Hicks - Concord, NH
About Me: No bio available
David Secor - El Cajon, CA
(While I support 99elect's intent in calling for matching funds, it's plan could be easily corrupted.) The Democratic Party did not put up a candidate in new Hou...
Grapevine Fire Fighter's Associaition - Grapevine, TX
About Me: International Association of Fire Fighter's Local 3113. Our local was established in 1989 and we currently represent 90 firefighters employeed by the City of Grapevine T...
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