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See Ballotpedia’s Complete List of Everyone Who’s Running for President In 2020

See Ballotpedia’s complete list of everyone who’s running for president in 2020.

 

A LOT of people are running for president in 2020. Most are Democrats. Not all, but most.  And more are sure to join. It’s April 2019 as we type this.

 

Anyway. If you want to track all the 2020 presidential candidate comings-and-goings, Ballotpedia is on the case.

 

It lists everyone who is running, everyone who’s thinking about running, and everyone who thought about it and decided against it.

 

See their 2020 presidential candidate tracking page here:

https://ballotpedia.org/Presidential_candidates,_2020

 

Political Charge has a tracking page as well, but it focuses on Democratic candidates. See it here:

2020 Candidates: Who’s In, Who’s Out, and Who’s in Waiting

 

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Support Laura Moser’s Run for a Texas House Seat (Update May 26, 2018)

This OTYCD entry originally posted in January 2018.

 

Update, May 26, 2018: Lizzie Pannill Fletcher defeated Laura Moser in the May 22, 2018 primary. Please support Fletcher going forward. We at OTYCD encourage Moser to run for another office in the future.

 

Update: Laura Moser came second behind Lizzie Pannill Fletcher in the primary and advanced to the primary runoff on May 22, 2018. This despite a bizarre late attack on her by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. Congratulations, Laura!

 

Support Democrat Laura Moser’s campaign for the house seat in Texas’s 7th District.

 

Moser is an author and journalist who founded Daily Action, a text-messaging service that helps citizens engage with and petition their government. Since Moser created it after the 2016 election, about 300,000 people have used Daily Action to urge the rejection of Trump candidate nominees and to defend the Affordable Care Act.

 

Rather than creating an Issues page, Moser has a “Values” page on her site with headings that include Freedom, Family, and Fairness. The “Freedom” heading covers her support for civil rights, net neutrality, criminal justice reform, fighting voter-suppression tactics, and rejecting Trump’s travel ban on Muslims. “Family” covers protecting marriage equality, paid family leave, and improving access to child care and health care. “Fairness” cites her support for equal pay, campaign finance reform, more assistance for people with disabilities, and quality public school education.

 

Moser is one of seven Democrats vying for the chance to run against the Republican incumbent, John Culberson. The primary will take place on March 6, 2018. The Cook Political Report rates the Texas 7th District race as a Toss-up, but rival publications describe it as Likely Republican or Lean Republican. Culberson has held the seat since 2000.

 

 

See Moser’s campaign website:

https://moserforcongress.com

 

 

See her Bio page:

https://moserforcongress.com/bio/

 

 

See her Values page:

https://moserforcongress.com/values/

 

 

Consider Moser for your Core Four for 2018:

https://onethingyoucando.com/2017/12/24/choose-your-core-four-for-2018/

 

 

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Visit the Daily Action website:

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See Ballotpedia’s page on Texas’s 7th District:

https://ballotpedia.org/Texas%27_7th_Congressional_District_election,_2018

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Support Ballotpedia, a Peerless Web Resource for Elections on Every Level

This OTYCD entry originally posted in November 2017.

 

Support Ballotpedia, a peerless web resource for elections on every level–local, state, and federal.

 

Launched in 2007 in Middleton, Wisconsin, Ballotpedia dubs itself “the encyclopedia of American politics” with good reason. It has a quarter of a million articles on candidates, races, and districts across the country. And it’s going to continue to grow. As its About page notes, there are 507,000 elected officials in America. Ballotpedia employs a staff of more than 60 writers and researchers. It is committed to neutrality.

 

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