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Recently Added Delegate Candidates

  • Jazmine Bjelland

    Jazmine Bjelland

    I am currently getting my Associate's Degree in Liberal Arts from the Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) in Newton. My two year program at DMACC will end in the Fall of 2012, after which I plan to transfer to the University of Northern Iowa (UNI). There I plan on continuing my education to become a high school English teacher. I hope to work primarily with at-risk children. My current cumulative GPA is a 3.61. I am starting up a Gay-Straight Alliance on campus.

  • Cynthia Bage

    Cynthia Bage

    As a candidate for California's 17th district, I can honestly state that I have never before run for public office. I would never want to be a paid-off lackey of the 1% anyway. I have never been rich, nor is anyone in my immediate family. I was born lower middle class and I'll most likely never rise above that level. But I'm okay with that. If I wanted to be wealthy, I'm sure I'd have sold my soul years ago.

  • Rebecca Diane Lindsey

    Rebecca Diane Lindsey

    I'm a 55 year old self-employed musician/artist, mother of 3, grandmother of 1. I have lived all over the United States and am very concerned about the state of our environment, our education system and our Constitutional rights. I believe in the process our forefathers followed and believe it's time to follow that process again. I am committed to regaining and preserving the Constitutional rights we've lost over the last few years, returning the power to the people (NOT the corporations), and preserving our nation (foundationally and environmentally) for our children and our grandchildren.

  • Richard Blumberg

    Richard Blumberg

    I am a radical, in the sense that I seek solutions to any problem by investigating the roots of the problem and not the presenting symptoms. I am an anarchist, not in the sense that I am against government - we need government to insure a level playing field and to develop and fund the infrastructure and regulatory mechanisms that society needs to be maximally productive and free to innovate - but in the sense that I do not accept the authority of anyone, neither Pope nor President, to determine what I must believe, what purpose I must accept for my life, or what course I must take to fulfill that purpose. I am responsible to decide that, and that acceptance of responsibility is the source of my freedom and my accountability to my family, friends, and fellow citizens. I have no God in my life and have never felt the need for one, but I respect and honor whatever any good person claims as the source of his or her goodness, whether it is a god, a philosophy of life, or the teachings of a parent or a wise mentor. Even as a lifelong radical, anarchist, and atheist, I have managed to be successful, with a long career in marketing and information technology and a stable life as a 40-year resident of a wonderful neighborhood, a 50-year marriage to a wonderful woman, and two confident, happy, and productive children.

  • Anne O'Dell

    Anne O'Dell

    I am a classical singer who believes that every person has a responsibility to participate in our Republic in order to truly make it work for the majority. We must act upon this moment to create a more fair and just society and political system so that we all may live as equally protected and supported citizens.

  • Justin Ross Lilly

    Justin Ross Lilly

    The dogmas of the quiet past are inadequate to the stormy present. The occasion is piled high with difficulty, and we must rise with the occasion. As our case is new, so we must think anew and act anew. --Abraham Lincoln

  • Lindsay J. Sheridan, RN

    Lindsay J. Sheridan, RN

    I am a Registered Nurse. I don't believe in much besides science, but I have faith in people. I have seen people in their weakest states, their lowest lows and I have witnessed the strength of humanity. I have seen a man with a transplanted heart walk away with a new lease on life. You know what that takes? It takes determination and spirit. I know in my heart that the majority of Americans need people like myself and my fellow candidates to stand up and fight for what is right and necessary. Now is the time! It is my honorable duty to stand up today, tomorrow and yesterday, as an advocate for those whose love and loyalty I vitally depend on to give my life relevent meaning and purpose. My family, my friends, my patients, my fellow Americans...I will not let you down, no way, no how!

  • Michael Edwin Kelley

    Michael Edwin Kelley

    As your District 24 candidate, I will do everything I can to correct the imbalance in our society. All of the Occupy Movement goals are admirable and attainable. But the first step requires getting money out of politics. That means reversing the Citizen's United Supreme Court ruling which allowed corporations to donate unlimited campaign funds to Super PACs. It is not fair that people can donate thousands of dollars yet corporations can donate millions. Who do you think the politicians will support? They will listen to the ones with the most money. Our stalemated Congress cannot be depended upon to reverse Citizen’s United. The only way to undo this Supreme Court ruling is to have a Constitutional Convention and pass an amendment. This National General Assembly is a step toward having a convention and reaching all of our goals. But Congress cannot be depended upon to call a Constitutional Convention. I have done everything I can to encourage a Constitutional Convention. That includes creating a twitter account @OccupyCapitols and starting a facebook account at We must act to get a Constitutional Convention, and pass an amendment to overturn Citizen’s United. Then the rest of our goals will follow. Please vote for me to carry on the fight for all of us. Thanks, Mike

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