Welcome to the Candidate Project Community
The Candidate Project is a community of progressive candidates and volunteers who want to run better campaigns. Browse user profiles below, and check out our Q& A, a new way to get and give answers about running a campaign. Go here to post a question of your own.
Community Profiles Search
J.R Gaillot - Green Cove Springs, FL
I am not a professional politician, I am an average American who knows what its like to be in debt, I now what it's like to make cuts, I use coupons and I argue ...
Michelle E. - Lowell, MI
About Me: After 10 years of serving womens needs at Planned Parenthood of Western and Northern Michigan, I am seeking to return to school after the New Year.
Ronald M. - Sherman, CT
About Me: No Labels...Just a human-being who wants fair, honest, trustworthiness, integrity as basis for living my life and tha of others.
Stephen B. - Portland, OR
About Me: I
Franke Wilmer - Bozeman, MT
Franke Wilmer is running for the United States Congress because she believes in public service and improving the lives of others. Franke Wilmer believes we must create...
Rob Zerban - Kenosha, WI
Rob learned early how to make the most of his life, and how government can be a partner in creating the American Dream. Rob was raised in a single-parent household whe...
Christopher Pearson - Burlington, VT
I moved to Burlington to attend UVM in the fall of 1991 right after my friend and I rode our bikes from Seattle to my hometown of Bar Harbor, Maine. It was a great exp...
Featured Q & AClick here to browse Q & A
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?