South Carolina Congress
America has lost its way. We value money more than community. We value mindless effort more than creativity. We value entertainment more than advancement, stability more than progress.
Try this thought experiment.
“Washington has ignored you for decades. I pledged to run a campaign that focuses on the needs of the people, not the corporations. For too long have our politicians been at the beck and call of the rich. I’m going to change that.”
Arizona Local House
Juan Mendez is a first generation American and a native Arizonan who is invested in his community and in improving the quality of life for all Arizonans.
South Carolina Local
“It has been said that it takes a village to raise a child. I believe that to be the case. I also believe that once our children become adults, it takes those adults to raise a town; that town to raise a county; that county to raise a district; and that district to raise a state.”
Arizona State House
I am proud to have served my country in Iraq and represent the families and neighborhoods of Legislative District 19 in the State House of Representatives. I need your help and support to continue my efforts to bring more jobs to our state, fight for additional school funding, and improve access to affordable health care.
Preston believes that the first step toward a better America is retaking the House of Representatives. When you vote for Picus, you are voting for a Congressman who will fight to change our system. You are joining the movement to take our democracy back.
Raul M. Grijalva
And just as slavery and the subjugation of women undermined the opening words of our Declaration of Independence, voter intimidation and institutionalized disenfranchisement eroded the integrity of our democracy.
Arizona Local House
We know when we get education right, we lower crime, decrease poverty, improve economic development, and attract jobs to our communities..
Those who know me will tell you that I am greatly concerned about the economic plight of the middle class and working poor in our state and across America.
South Carolina Local house
Running for Local House in South Carolina’s 62nd District
“For the poor, focusing on immediate financial crises means there’s little “mental bandwidth” left over for other day-to-day tasks, such as overseeing children’s homework or taking medicine on time, let alone building an emergency fund or taking other steps toward financial security,” states Princeton psychology and public affairs professor Eldar Shafir, PhD.
It is cyclical in nature, poverty breeds poverty.
We must awaken the urgency of this moment in all minds. This is not an ordinary election, an ordinary candidate, or an ordinary time in our country’s history. The freedoms and founding principles of our great nation have been abandoned by our short-sighted, self-interested leaders, who have been corrupted by the influence of money and multi-national corporations who care not about freedom but about profit.