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  • George Scott PA 10 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $2,181,557
    CASH ON HAND: $49,410
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Recently, George earned the Moms Demand Action “Gun Sense Candidate” distinction saying, “Organizations like Moms Demand Action serve as an important counterbalance to the gun lobby. Our democracy belongs to all of us, and an overwhelming majority of voters support common sense legislation to reduce gun violence. In Congress, I will represent the people of Pennsylvania’s … 10th Congressional District rather than special interest groups like the NRA.” George was raised on a farm in south central Pennsylvania and is a lifelong Democrat. His father was chair of the Adams County Democratic Party for many years, instilling in George a lasting interest in political affairs. He graduated magna cum laude from Georgetown University with a degree in International Politics. Following graduation, George accepted a commission as a Military Intelligence officer in the United States Army, serving on active duty for 20 years. His service includes disaster relief operations for Hurricane Hugo and deployments for Operations Just Cause, Desert Shield, Desert Storm and Enduring Freedom. He retired as a Lt. Colonel. After his military retirement, he worked for five years in the private sector and with the federal government. In 2009 George entered the Lutheran Theological Seminary in Gettysburg and was ordained in 2013. Today he serves as the pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in East Berlin. He is on leave of absence from his congregation while pursuing election to Congress to represent the people of the 10th District. He is married with two children.

  • Jessica King PA 11 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $1,914,642
    CASH ON HAND: $72,712
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Jess is a working mom, small business champion, and a leader in local economic development. After graduating from college, she moved to Pittsburgh’s East End for a year of service and spent the next decade of her life fighting for affordable housing and community development. She served as the founding Executive Director of the Union Project, an effort that restored an abandoned church into an arts and social enterprise incubator. In 2010, she became Executive Director of ASSETS and built it into one of Lancaster’s most impactful organizations. Jess is running because together we can transform this country so that all of us can make ends meet, protect our clean air and water, and get the health care we need.

  • Marc Friedenberg PA 12 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $155,963
    CASH ON HAND: $67,758
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Marc never thought he would go into politics, but he said he felt called to act “after Congress tried to kick millions of Americans off of their health insurance to give a massive tax break to the ultra-wealthy.” He is a native of Northeast Philly, and first moved to State College fifteen years ago. Having a passion for discovering how technology could be used to improve people’s lives, Marc enrolled at Penn State’s College of Information Sciences and Technology, where he graduated with a Master’s Degree in 2006. Marc graduated from Columbia Law School, pursuing his interest in cyber law and Internet privacy. After graduating in 2009, in the midst of the Great Recession, he worked for two law firms and pursued cases against the Wall Street banks that caused it, using his skill with computer technology to sift through the data and prove that fraud had occurred. In 2012 Marc was recruited for a teaching position at his alma mater, Penn State’s College of Information Sciences and Technology, and returned to State College, excited by the opportunity to give back to the community as an educator. Today, he serves on the Faculty Senate and teaches classes related to cyber law and the global economy. Marc declared his candidacy for Congress in September of 2017, deciding to “…to give the people of Pennsylvania a chance to vote for a representative who would work for them, rather than for big corporations and ultra-wealthy donors.” Marc is married with two children.

  • Bibiana Boerio PA 14 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $462,672
    CASH ON HAND: $23,637
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Because of her extensive professional experience, Bibie considers herself to be an “experienced team leader” ready to hit the ground running, if elected. She is a native of Latrobe, PA, and graduated from Seton Hill University and the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Business. Bibie joined Ford Motor Company in 1976 as a Financial Analyst. During her thirty plus years with Ford, she excelled in various finance, marketing, and strategy positions. Her promotions to top-level executive positions included Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Ford Motor Credit Company and Managing Director for Jaguar Cars, Ltd responsible for global brand development, sales and profitability. After she retired from Ford, Bibie served as the Chief of Staff for Congressman Joe Sestak. She led development of Joe’s legislative policy, informing him and others on the Hill about the importance of a U.S.-based automotive industry and a strong financial services base. She also worked closely with health-care experts on the development of the Affordable Care Act. She was nominated by President Barack Obama to serve as Director of the U.S. Mint. The Senate never acted on her nomination, however, and she returned to Westmoreland County. She bought and maintained a home with her mother in Latrobe, near the homes of one of her two brothers and one of her two sisters. From August 2013-May 2014, Bibie served as Interim President of Seton Hill University. She presently serves as a volunteer trustee on the Boards and Councils of many educational and community service organizations in SWPA. She is co-chair of the team planning the Saint Vincent College Library and Technology Hub. She also is Chair of the Adelphoi USA Finance Committee.

  • Susan Boser PA 15 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $118,207
    CASH ON HAND: $0
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    “I care deeply about the rural way of life, where families know and support each other, the communities are safe and friendly…I’m running because government can and should find solutions to grow the rural economy,” Boser says. Susan received a BA in English and a Master in Community Counseling from St. Bonaventure University. She worked for twenty years for human services in rural, southwestern New York, which included providing home-based assistance and drug and alcohol rehabilitation to families in crisis. Like southwestern Pennsylvania, southwestern New York struggles with low wages and high unemployment. Boser’s experience with these conditions led her back to school to study how effective policy and government might make a difference, and she earned a PhD, Human Services and Program Evaluation from Cornell University. Now a professor at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, her research focuses on how local government can combat social problems. Boser is active in local volunteer service. She is a leader with the Indiana County Sustainable Economic Development Task Force. In this role, she works with county government and local organizations to contribute to the county’s economic development plan. Boser is on the Board of Directors for the Community Guidance Center. She also serves on the Steering Committee for the Food Co-Op of Indiana PA, serving as treasurer. Boser lives in Indiana PA and is married with three children.

  • Ron Dinicola PA 16 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $1,482,095
    CASH ON HAND: $3,136
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    More than two decades ago, Ron narrowly lost a tough race for Congress against a longtime lawmaker seeking re-election. Now DiNicola will get another shot against a five term ncumbent in November. The son of an immigrant bricklayer, Ron grew up on Erie’s west side in a house his father built. After high school graduation, he joined the Marines, and after his military service he attended Harvard University on the GI Bill, obtaining a degree in government. He then earned his law degree from Georgetown University. Ron has a long history of public service. He is the former chief solicitor for Erie County government and past chairman of the Erie County Democratic Party. DiNicola is also chairman of Empower Erie, a nonprofit leading the push to establish a community college in Erie County. He is currently a Partner, DiNicola Law Offices. DiNicola said he is taking a leave of absence from various local nonprofit boards as he runs for Congress. Ron is the recipient of the 2012 NAACP Spirit of the Community Award and the 2015 "Voice for Children Vision Award" of the Pennsylvania Association for the Education of Young Children. Last year he was named "Man of the Year" by the Giuseppe Mazzini Civic Association. Ron is married with three children.

  • Sean Carrigan SC 2 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $129,453
    CASH ON HAND: $13,085
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Sean grew up in a single parent home due to losing his father to cancer at the early age of eight years old.  He enlisted in the military at the age of 19 and saw combat action during Operation Desert Storm. He has received over 30 awards and decorations, including five Meritorious Service Medals. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Excelsior College and is also a graduate of numerous military leadership schools including the Warrior Leadership Course, the Advanced Leadership Course, and the Senior Leadership Course.  In October 2015, Sean Carrigan retired as a First Sergeant after 28 years of highly-decorated service in the United States Army. He served eight years past retirement because of his commitment to the well-being of his soldier community. Since retiring from the military, Sean also started his own real estate practice. When the issue of guns is raised on the campaign trail, Sean Carrigan has a very personal reaction, based upon his personal experience. For more detailed information view his account on his web site. Sean is a lifetime member of the Disabled American Veterans. He is married with three children.

  • Mary Geren SC 3 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $306,278
    CASH ON HAND: $0
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Mary credits public education propelling her from poverty into the middle class. She says she will continue to fight to save public education just as she has fought her entire life. Growing up in rural Northeast GA, Mary understands what it is to struggle financially, Mary was the youngest in a house of seven, and often the recipient of free lunch and food stamps, She understands the stereotypes that plague the poor, but she also knows those stereotypes were not her reality as a child. She studied hard, started working at 16, and graduated from high school, the only one in her immediate family to do so. After earning scholarships and grants, Mary went on to receive her undergraduate and graduate degrees, both from Clemson University, graduating summa cum laude. After graduating, Mary stayed at Clemson University as a lecturer for 6 years, and has served as an English Instructor at Tri-County Technical College since 2009. She is also a member of the Anderson Chamber of Commerce and serves on the board of Foothills Alliance. Since 2008, Mary has volunteered with various political campaigns, including campaigns for President Obama, Vincent Sheheen, Jane Dyer, and most recently, Hillary Clinton. Furthermore, Mary serves as the executive committeewoman for the ACDP and co-chairs the Anderson chapter of SC Democrats Care. She is married with two children.

  • Archie Parnell SC 5 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $1,617,701
    CASH ON HAND: $12,152
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    A South Carolina native, Archie earned bachelor and law degrees from the University of South Carolina. He worked as a tax attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice and for the House Ways & Means Committee under Democratic leadership. Archie then accumulated business and international experience while working for some of the biggest American companies. As a tax expert, he will work with both parties to close loopholes that allow giant companies to keep untaxed profits overseas. The combination of the skills he gained in his long career combined with an approach that has always emphasized thoughtfulness and civility make Archie uniquely qualified to be the next Democratic representative from South Carolina’s 5th Congressional District. Archie and his wife, Sarah, live in Sumter. They have two adult daughters, Lydia and Julia.

  • Tim Bjorkman SD At Large (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $822,173
    CASH ON HAND: $6,059
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Tim, a 5th generation South Dakotan, married with 4 sons, 3 of which served in the military, workedfrom an early age. He attended SD State and got his BS and law degree at USD, working his way through.He and his wife served as missionaries. He was a small town lawyer for 23 years and elected judge in2006, re-elected and served until June 2017. He was President of the SD Judges’ Association. Tim servedas President of the Better Bridgewater Club, on the board of the Bridgewater Nursing Home, asPresident of the Canistota Lions Club, and led in the formation of the Canistota Community Foundation,the Canistota Athletic Association, and in various church and other community groups. He has alwaysbeen active in athletics, including coaching and singing. He has authored books and other publicationson history and the law.

  • Martin Olsen TN 1 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $159,061
    CASH ON HAND: $244
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

  • Renee Hoyos TN 2 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $345,365
    CASH ON HAND: $4,219
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

  • Danielle Mitchell TN 3 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $292,286
    CASH ON HAND: $8,562
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Dr. Mitchell said, “Our healthcare system mirrors what is wrong with our current government. Both are dependent on private interest groups and the politicians that are bought off by them.” She grew up in a poor family that regularly had to depend on government resources in order to survive. Mitchell said that as a child growing up in the "working-poor class," her younger brother died from epilepsy that could otherwise have been managed had the family had access to affordable health care. She was the first in her immediate family to attend college putting herself through school using grants, loans, and scholarships. She received her medical degree from Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine, and today Danielle Mitchell is a family medicine doctor, affiliated with University of Tennessee Medical Center, and owns a family care clinic in Chattanooga. She says that as a small business owner, “I understand the struggles of serving the needs of our community and keeping the business successful. and functional.”

  • Mariah Phillips TN 4 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $586,002
    CASH ON HAND: $7,824
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Mariah has been an employee of Starbucks for 21 years, working in various stores with various roles. While working full time, Mariah graduated magna cum laude from Middle Tennessee State University and became a teacher at an alternative school in Rutherford County, working with students who struggle in the traditional school setting. Mariah has dedicated herself and her family to thousands of hours of community service over the years. She believe we need leaders who will actually work across the aisle to get things done, not just another career politician.

  • Justin Kanew TN 7 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $493,447
    CASH ON HAND: $4,742
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Justin never intended on a career in politics, but was driven to jump into the race by a deep belief that the people of the 7th District deserve a representative that stands for honesty and accountability - one who isn’t beholden to special interests, and will always put voters over donors. Justin spent over a decade in the entertainment industry as a writer/producer of everything from digital content to feature films. He also hosted a short podcast called "Get It Got It Good", which was previously #16 on the iTunes news & politics chart. He’ll be the first to admit he isn’t a politician, but he’s no stranger to jumping in the deep end and getting things done.

  • Todd Litton TX 2 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $1,518,696
    CASH ON HAND: $21,032
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Todd earned his B.A. degree from Duke University, his J.D. from The University of Texas School of Law, and his MBA from Rice University. In addition to working with and leading nonprofits, Todd practiced law for three years and worked in investments for six years. In addition to block walking and volunteering for numerous Democratic candidates, Todd served as a Precinct 40 state delegate for John Kerry for President in 2004, and he was the Precinct 148 Chair and senate delegate for the Barack Obama for President campaign in 2008. Todd also served Mayor Bill White as the Chair of the City of Houston’s Tower Commission for six years.

  • Lorie Burch TX 3 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $292,396
    CASH ON HAND: $0
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Lorie and her family relocated to Plano after spending two years in Jakarta, Indonesia where she attended 8th and 9th grades at Jakarta International School. Lorie says that living in a third world country and attending school with students from over 30 different countries, not only make her value and celebrate all people and perspectives, but inspired her to appreciate the opportunities we have in the United States. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Trinity University in San Antonio and a J.D. from George Washington University School of Law. Burch’s career includes five years of experience working with congressional leaders in Washington before starting her own law practice. She served as the Young Professionals of Plano (YPP) Professional Development Chair and as the co-chair of the Dallas Fort-Worth Human Rights Campaign. Lorie Burch also served national president of the bipartisan American Business Women’s Association.

  • Dan Wood TX 5 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $109,725
    CASH ON HAND: $13,864
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Dan Wood is a democrat running for the House of Representatives against Republican Lance Gooden in Texas District 5. The Republican incumbent Jeb Hensarling announced that he will not seek reelection. Dan Wood lives in Texas. He graduated from Turrell High School and received an undergraduate degree in Finance from Texas A&M. He earned a J.D. from Baylor Law. His career experience includes practicing law and serving as a mentor attorney at the University of North Texas College of Law.  In addition, Dan owned and operated Wood Dental Laboratory from 1978-1984. He is currently chair of the Terrell Library Advisory Board and formerly served as a city councilman and mayor pro tem. Dan explains why he is running as follows, ““I believe we need to give this Congressional seat back to the voters of the 5th District. The current Congressman serves the interests of Wall Street banks and billionaires rather than consumers. Wall Street does not have hard-working East Texans’ best interest in mind.”  Dan promises to work for a Medicare for all single-payer healthcare system and would guarantee health care as a right of citizenship. The first step to this goal is to immediately lower the age threshold for Medicare to 55. Dan will push an immediate $10.00 federal minimum wage and gradually increase it to $15.00 an hour. He will introduce legislation to index the minimum wage to inflation annually.

  • Jana Sanchez TX 6 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $733,984
    CASH ON HAND: $58,591
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    The granddaughter of an undocumented immigrant, Jana grew up in Texas where she attended Rice University. She went on to work as a political fundraiser, raising millions for state-wide and local candidates in California. She also managed political campaigns in Alabama before turning to journalism. Jana wants to remove special interests and the extreme ideology of both sides, and focus on job creation. She is a country songwriter, singer and guitarist.

  • Mike Siegel TX 10 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $473,444
    CASH ON HAND: $3,491
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Mike Siegel’s campaign for the 10th Congressional District of Texas has recognized a union to represent its campaign workers, joining a growing movement of political campaigns with unionized staff. Mike says, " I was born into a union household. Our campaign was built to fight for working people.” Out of college he began work as a public school teacher, serving in Teach for America. Later, he co-founded two nonprofit education organizations, serving as executive director of Oakland Leaf in California and providing free after-school and summer programs to thousands of children and youth.  He returned to school to obtain a law degree with the goal of impacting systemic change. His legal career began as a civil rights attorney, representing individuals affected by discrimination and retaliation, and challenging local and state policies that targeted vulnerable minority groups. After moving to Texas and taking the Texas Bar Exam, he became an Assistant City Attorney in Austin. He was part of a powerful legal team including five major Texas cities, the ACLU and MALDEF, Mike won an injunction against Governor Greg Abbott and the State of Texas, preventing some of the most injurious aspects of the anti-immigrant law “Senate Bill 4” from taking effect. He is married with two children.

  • Vanessa Adia TX 12 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $206,731
    CASH ON HAND: $9,988
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Vanessa came to Tarrant County in 1998 to attend Texas Christian University, where she studied religion and philosophy. During that time, she served as director of youth ministry at WestWind Church which led her to pursue a masters of science in social work with a focus in non-profit management. Her subsequent work with foundations and PACs provided an opportunity for Vanessa to meet many local and state public servants and inspired her to have a more direct impact in her community. Vanessa was appointed to the Benbrook Parks and Recreation Board in 2007 and later the Planning and Zoning Commission. She also actively worked with the Obama Campaign registering voters, canvassing, phone banking, and training volunteers. Her service with the Obama Campaign motivated her to find a new way to serve people in her community. In 2009, Vanessa started teaching science in Fort Worth ISD, first at Rosemont Middle School and later at Benbrook Middle-High School, where she teaches 6th, 7th, and 8th grade science and leads as the Science Department Chair. As a teacher, Vanessa has been recognized as a leader in her field. She was also recognized as the 2014–2015 Teaching Chair of Excellence for Secondary Science in Fort Worth ISD, and she has served as the Science Department Chair for the last four years. Vanessa is also an active member of the First Congregational Church - United Church of Christ in Fort Worth. She is married with two children.

  • Adrienne Bell TX 14 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $210,774
    CASH ON HAND: $5,100
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Adrienne was born in Louisiana but grew up grew up on the southside of Houston, in the Southpark community. After high school she went to work for Southwestern Bell, from where she retired after 30 years. Because her parents never got to finish their education, Adrienne knew how important it was for her to finish her own. It wasn’t easy as a single mother, working full time, but today she and her children are all first generation college graduates. She graduated with her Bachelor’s the same time as her son. Today she is a teacher in the largest school district in Texas and finishing her EdD in Education Administration at Texas Southern University. She is a second grade school teacher with Houston Independent School District, the largest district in Texas. She has served as a Deputy Field Director with Battleground Texas, and on the Houston staff for the Obama 2012 election campaign.  Adrienne says, “Education is how we bring opportunity within anyone’s grasp -- and my life has proven it.”

  • Joseph Kopser TX 21 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $2,962,315
    CASH ON HAND: $9,539
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Joseph graduated from West Point, served in the Army, and received his Master’s from Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. Upon his return from Iraq, he was assigned to work alongside the Future Forces Integration Director in the Army’s Future Combat Systems program, where he went to work designing the Army of the future. After frequent trips to the Pentagon to brief Army leaders on these future forces plans, Joseph was pulled up into the office of the Army’s Chief of Staff. He then became a successful entrepreneur before stepping down from corporate life to get involved in politics after Donald Trump was elected president.

  • Sri Kulkarni TX 22 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $1,571,840
    CASH ON HAND: $61,555
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Sri Kulkarni grew up in Houston and currently lives in Pearland Texas. He earned a BA in Linguistics from the University of Texas and a master’s degree in public administration from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. Kulkarni was commissioned as a foreign service officer by Secretary of State Colin Powell and served his country for 14 years, with overseas tours in Iraq, Israel, Russia, Taiwan and Jamaica. Kulkarni believes that greatest danger to our country today is not a foreign power, but the internal divisions in our society. He promises to push back against the tide of fear and to identify and defuse its sources by offering a positive vision for the future that all groups can believe in. In terms of the issues, Kulkarni is an advocate for a single payer healthcare system, which will bring down costs and ensure that no one suffers or dies simply because they cannot afford healthcare. A universal healthcare system must also include access to women’s reproductive health services, contraceptives, and vaccines. In terms of military policy, he believes that America must invest in greater cybersecurity. From hacking of our financial systems to interference in our elections, the US remains vulnerable to attacks online by malicious actors. On the subject of climate change, Kulkarni want to take action. He wants the US to remain the world leader in renewable energy, which will provide power and good jobs for middle class Americans. He insists upon evidence-based approaches to mitigating emissions, including innovations in land usage, agriculture, and waste disposal. In terms of gun violence, he believes that sensible gun safety laws and regulation of firearms, such as universal background checks, bans on assault weapons, restrictions on straw purchases, and required firearm insurance, can be implemented without infringing on the second amendment.  Sri Preston Kulkarni is a proven leader who has been serving his family, community, and country for his entire life. Sri will be a strong voice in Congress for returning to real Texas values, such as compassion, reason, and decency. He will fight to make sure that all the victims of Harvey get the relief they need, that no man, woman, or child in Texas’ 22nd district is without health care, that we prioritize scientific evidence over politics on addressing climate change, and that our inhumane criminal justice gets reformed. 

  • Gina Jones TX 23 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $5,223,655
    CASH ON HAND: $176,821
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    After graduating from Boston University, Gina entered the U.S. Air Force as an intelligence officer, where she was deployed to Iraq. In the 12-years following her active duty service, Gina has continued to build her career in national security, intelligence, and defense. She served as the Senior Advisor for Trade Enforcement, a position President Obama created by Executive Order in 2012. She would later be invited to serve as a Director for Investment at the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative where she led the portfolio that reviewed foreign investments to ensure they did not pose national security risks. Gina will fight every day to ensure all Americans are given the opportunities and promise of a better future that our country gave to her and her family.

  • Jan Mcdowell TX 24 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $108,608
    CASH ON HAND: $13,320
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Jan’s home city is Carrollton, TX. She attended the University of Texas at Dallas studying Accounting and Business and received her BA in Journalism and Public Relations from Texas Tech University. Jan says, “Atypically, though my degree was not in accounting, but rather in journalism/public relations, I am therefore a somewhat rare breed that can both “do numbers” and also communicate effectively.” Jan, certified public accountant, was Controller and Human Resources Director at the W.B. Carrell Memorial Clinic from 2002-2014. She ran for Congress in 2016 but was defeated. Jan believes that she has the understanding to study and analyze the financial issues that are so important to the responsible conduct of our government. Mcdowell said her financial background as a CPA brings a fresh approach to the race. “No matter what your hot button issue is, it all comes back to the money,”

  • Julie Oliver TX 25 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $641,726
    CASH ON HAND: $0
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Julie is a Texas native and a former teen Medicaid mom who put herself through college and law school. She earned her BBA in Accounting, University of Texas at Arlington and her JD, Taxation, at the University of Texas School of Law. In 2003 she co-wrote the Texas Motor Fuels tax, which brings millions of dollars into Texas much of it for roads and infrastructure, but a portion of which is set aside for Texas’ badly underfunded public education. Later that year she was hired by her current employer, St. David’s HealthCare, where she works as a lawyer and accountant in healthcare finance. In her spare time, Oliver volunteers with Meals on Wheels, attends Riverbend Church, and teaches yoga. She is a member of the Austin Board of Central Health, and is married with four children.

  • Linsey Fagan TX 26 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $176,157
    CASH ON HAND: $56,464
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    A native of Keller TX, Linsey is a single mom, who early on received support from such programs as WIC, Medicaid, and Pell Grants. She went on to earn an Associate’s degree from Tarrant County College, 2006, and advanced to a career in the tech industry. As an employee at Tech Wildcatters, she worked at a tech incubator, helping new small business get off the ground. She started her own consulting business in analytics and Search Engine Optimization, helping other small businesses grow. She’s run global alliances and sales for an IT Compliance firm. Linsey is currently Vice President of Business Development at Anchors Aweigh Capital. In 2016 she was a Delegate to State Convention of the Texas Democratic Party and was a delegate to Texas Young Democrats in 2017. She is a volunteer at Hospice Bridgeway. Linsey is single with one child.

  • Eric Holguin TX 27 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $200,712
    CASH ON HAND: $0
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Eric was born and raised in a working class Latino family in South Texas. With financial aid from Pell grants, federal student loans, parent-student loans, and work Eric graduated from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi with a BA, Media Communication/Public Relations. After college graduation Holguin left South Texas for a few years because he had trouble getting a full-time, good-paying job in Texas. In New York Eric worked in a variety of different fields from talent manager at Avalon Artists Group to Congressional Intern at the Office of Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, and finally as Manhattan Borough Liaison in the Office of the New York City Comptroller. Eric said that while serving at the New York City Comptroller’s office, he learned the critical importance of safeguarding the City’s fiscal health, rooting out waste, fraud and abuse in local government, and ensuring that municipal agencies serve the needs of everyone in the community – not just some. He returned to Texas so that other young people would not have to leave to find work. He is a member of the Stonewall Democrats, 2016-present.

  • MJ Hegar TX 31 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $4,872,493
    CASH ON HAND: $47,482
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    MJ served three tours in Afghanistan as a rescue helicopter pilot, was shot down by enemy fire while defending crew and patients, and earned a Purple Heart. When she returned home, she partnered with the ACLU to open all military jobs to women. She spent four years leading the charge to ensure all jobs in the military are open for competition to both men and women without compromising standards. She currently speaks around the world about civil rights, leadership, and how to be an effective change agent on a global level. She wholeheartedly believes in the ability of everyday people to protect our progress, whether by running for office, getting out and voting, or volunteering in our community.

  • Dayna Steele TX 36 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $874,432
    CASH ON HAND: $0
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Dayna was born and raised in Texas and has lived in Seabrook for over 25 years, where is a union member of SAG/AFTRA. She became an executive with a NASA aerospace contractor, a popular business success speaker, and the author of eight books as well as the host of The Rock Business video series highlighting rock star entrepreneurs. She lives with her husband, a former NASA pilot and has three sons. Dayna is fighting to be the first Democrat to hold this seat.

  • Shireen Ghorbani UT 2 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $460,609
    CASH ON HAND: $17,870
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Shireen, whose father is from Iran, grew up just outside of Bismark, North Dakota,. Her mother, who primarily raised her, was an English teacher at the local college. Ghorbani, herself, has two masters degrees, one from the University of Utah and another from the University of Nebraska. Eight years ago Shireen moved to the Beehive State to earn a PhD in organizational communication and policy. As a Peace Corps volunteer, she served in Moldova from 2003 to 2005, learning about “gender and development,” with a focus on “anti-violence campaigns and the ways poor countries influence impact in terms of… economic development.” She works full-time as an associate director in organizational development and communication in the Facilities Management department at the University of Utah. Her candidacy is the first time she has ever filed for public office and she said it was influenced in part from her participation in the protest marches by two million worldwide against President Donald Trump’s first full day of tenure.

  • Vangie Williams VA 1 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $424,708
    CASH ON HAND: $941
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Lavangelene (Vangie) Aereka Williams – a long-time resident of King George, Va is a self-made woman who has overcome insurmountable odds. Due to the effects of addiction in the family, Vangie found herself homeless several times as a teenager. At age 15, young Vangie was hit by a car and shattered her pelvis. Immediately after being released by the doctor, she applied for her first job and was hired at Chuck E Cheese Her thirst for knowledge has led to four degrees, each obtained while working full time as a mother and professional, including a B.B.A. in Federal Acquisitions and Contract Management (Strayer University); a M.B.A in Project Management (Ashford University); and a D.BA in Project Management (Walden University) to be completed in 2018. A real-world professional with 30 years of experience, she currently works full time for a major government contractor as a Strategic Planner/Senior Project Control Principal. Her career in high-level project management includes working in government operations in aerospace, construction, national security. She knows the federal government and can hit the ground running when in Congress.. She is a member of several organizations including the League of Women Voters, NOW, LBGTQ Democrats, Sierra Club, NAACP and ACLU. She is married with six children.

  • Leslie Cockburn VA 5 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $3,533,313
    CASH ON HAND: $7,411
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Leslie, married with 3 children and 4 grandchildren, a graduate of Yale University, with a 35 yeardistinguished career in journalism, including as producer of "60 Minutes", winning many major awards,working on major issues including wars, moved to Rappahannock County in 1999. Since then, she hasdone many years of community service dedicated to conservation, battling power lines, pipelines anduranium mining. She is concerned about policies that would gut medicaid, stripping disability from socialsecurity and cuts in the farm bill which would deeply hurt her district. She is equipped to stand up forthe people of the 5th district and ready to do so.

  • Jennifer Lewis VA 6 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $431,896
    CASH ON HAND: $9,520
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Jennifer grew up on her small, family-owned dairy farm. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in sociology with a concentration in environmental studies from the State University of New York at Oneonta. Jennifer spent the early part of her professional career working in the Virginia public school system, providing mental health services to at-risk youth. She currently works with adults with mental illness who are transitioning from inpatient care back into the community. She’s been a civically active member of her community in Augusta County and Waynesboro. She was a leader in the fight against the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, founding Friends of Augusta, a local pipeline opposition group. She’s also a board member at Wild Virginia and an elected member of the Headwaters Soil and Water Board. Recently reelected as Vice Chair of the Waynesboro Democratic Committee, Jennifer was awarded the Democrat of the Year in 2013 and Grassroots Organizer of the Year for the 6th District in 2014. Jennifer has volunteered at the Boys and Girls Club and Big Brother Big Sister, winning "Big" of the Year in 2009. She’s served as Chair of the Waynesboro Parks and Recreation Board for eight years and currently serves as Chair of the Office on Youth Commission. .

  • Anthony Flaccavento VA 9 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $1,061,474
    CASH ON HAND: $0
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Anthony Flaccavento’s campaign themes include three main themes: 1. Pursuing tax and economic policies that don’t subsidize the 1% and huge corporations; 2. Creating jobs by supporting small businesses; and 3. Dramatically improving healthcare by transitioning to “Medicare for All.” Anthony came to the Appalachian region to study agriculture and environmental science at the University of Kentucky. After graduation, he spent two years as an environmental scientist for an engineering firm, traipsing up and down through the counties of eastern Kentucky, meeting landowners, taking soil samples, and walking across strip mines. He then earned a Masters degree in economic and social development at the University of Pittsburgh. He then took a job with the Catholic Diocese of Richmond, directing their Appalachian Office of Justice and Peace. After ten years of gratifying work helping to start low-income home ownership programs, doing environmental advocacy and education, Anthony and a small group of colleagues launched Appalachian Sustainable Development (ASD). The idea came from a mutually shared frustration: folks working at jobs were at loggerheads with those trying to protect the environment or improve the well-being of workers. The concept of “sustainable development” became the bridge between ecological health and economic wellbeing.Anthony is running to level the playing field, putting people and communities first, to restore our land and rebuild our livelihoods, and build a strong, diverse, resilient economy from the bottom up. “That’s the work I’ve been doing for more than 30 years, as a farmer and an entrepreneur, here in Southwest Virginia.”

  • Carolyn Long WA 3 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $3,539,695
    CASH ON HAND: $30,152
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Carolyn Long grew up in a rural community on the coast. Her mother worked as a waitress and her father worked odd jobs before opening a small business. As a proud journeyman with the UFCW, Carolyn earned her way through the University of Oregon. She then attended graduate school at Rutgers University. Carolyn started working at Washington State University, Vancouver in 1995. She has worked at WSU ever since as a tenured professor. She was awarded the President’s Award for Leadership and Engagement, the WSU College of Arts and Sciences Excellence in Institutional Service Award, and was named Distinguished Professor in Civic Education and Public Civility, a position she left to run for office. Carolyn also received the Iris H-RoC Award, which honors women who have promoted civil discourse, teamwork, collaboration, and cooperation. At a recent town hall meeting, Carolyn stated, “I am running for Congress because I have been alarmed at the state of our democracy over the last several years,” explaining that although the 2016 election brought division among citizens to light the actual divide had been going on “for some time now.” Carolyn’s bid for the 3rd Congressional District now has the support of Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson and former Gov. Christine Gregoire. Long’s “dedication to our constitutional system makes her an ideal candidate to serve as a check on this executive and protect the rights of Southwest Washingtonians.”

  • Christine Brown WA 4 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $473,048
    CASH ON HAND: $8,466
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Christine’s parents moved to Yakima when she was 3 and she earned a bachelor’s from Central Washington University. Her interest in politics helped lead her to a career in television, first at KAPP-TV in Yakima and then for 25 years at KNDU-TV in the Tri-Cities. Through the years she was a reporter, anchor, news director and finally station general manager. She mentored young reporters for 20 years, telling them to acknowledge, seek out and understand the multiple sides to news stories. She said on her website that she would bring that perspective to political life, considering multiple points of view, and, to make decisions that would not benefit the few at the expense of the many. She has served on the board for the Yakima Chamber of Commerce, Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce, the Tri-City Development Council, Visit Tri-Cities, United Way of Benton and Franklin Counties and American Legion Youth Baseball. She has twin adult children and two grandchildren. 

  • Lisa Brown WA 5 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $5,467,435
    CASH ON HAND: $54,378
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Lisa, with a PhD in economics from Colorado, moved to Washington in 1980, where she taught economics at Eastern Washington and Gonzaga Universities before serving in the Washington State Legislature for more than 20 years in the 3rd district. She was the first Democratic woman to hold the position as Senate Majority Leader where she broke decades-long logjams in education and health care. She participated in many community organizations, including against domestic violence, for better health care and prescription drug initiatives. In 2013 she became chancellor of Washington State University Spokane going on to make it a world-class center for health sciences.

  • Sarah Smith WA 9 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $125,370
    CASH ON HAND: $13,002
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

  • Randy Bryce WI 1 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $8,494,891
    CASH ON HAND: $8,320
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Randy Bryce is a U.S. Army veteran, cancer survivor, and union ironworker. He was raised in southeastern Wisconsin, and earned the Army Achievement Medal while in the Army. He has been an ironworker for over 20 years, active in Ironworkers Local 8, serving as political coordinator for the union, and until recently as a member of the Milwaukee Area Labor Council board of directors. He is the President of the Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce board of directors, and as Chair of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin Veterans Caucus. A survivor of testicular cancer, he often says his son, Ben, is his miracle child.

  • Tom Palzewicz WI 5 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $248,201
    CASH ON HAND: $2,891
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

  • Dan Kohl WI 6 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $3,400,904
    CASH ON HAND: $1,480
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Dan grew up, married, and raised his family of 3 children in the 6th District. He graduated from Brown, obtained a law degree from UW-Madison, and an MA from UW-Milwaukee. He has had civic involvements throughout his life. After law school, he joined the Milwaukee Bucks and served in many capacities including an international presence. The Iraq War stimulated his development of a pro-Israel PAC, a VP of J Street, working on middle east peace. He worked on Major League Baseball’s Welcome Back Veterans, and on the boards of youth and family centers, and the Wisconsin Historical Society Foundation.

  • Margaret Engebretson WI 7 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $120,819
    CASH ON HAND: $2,324
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

  • Beau Liegeois WI 8 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $357,965
    CASH ON HAND: $14,494
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Beau’s decision to run was crystallized by the chaos in Washington over the bill that would have stripped millions of people of their health care, while doing nothing to reduce health care costs. Liegeois was born and raised in the Green Bay area, and now is raising his own family in this community. A product of Green Bay public schools, Beau graduated from Green Bay Southwest High School in 2000, and received his JD from the University of Wisconsin University School of Law. In 2010, he was commissioned as a first lieutenant in the US Army and continues to serve in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps as a Captain. Liegeois is an assistant prosecutor in the Brown County District Attorney’s office, where he primarily handles drug cases and works with offenders in the county’s veterans treatment court. He is married with one child.

  • Kendra Fershee WV 1 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $266,337
    CASH ON HAND: $6,836
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Born in Michigan, Kendra received her BA from the University of Michigan where she studied communications and women’s studies. After graduation Kendra worked as a deputy field director of People for the American Way, a civil liberties organization focusing on first amendment, public education, and civil rights issues. Her political activism drew her towards the study of law, so she moved to New Orleans to attend Tulane Law School, where she received her J.D. Before teaching, Professor Fershee worked as a litigation associate, focusing on Securities Litigation. She also handled pro bono family law matters while in practice. After she and her family moved to West Virginia in 2006 Professor Fershee has been teaching at the West Virginia University College of Law in the areas of Family Law, Civil Procedure, Professional Responsibility, Legal Writing, Research and Analysis, and Employment Discrimination. She served as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs from July 2015 to May 2018. Professor Fershee is internationally recognized for her expertise in family law and serves as the Editor in Chief of the Family Law Quarterly, the scholarly journal published by the ABA Section of Family Law.  She lives in Morgantown with her husband, fellow WVU law professor Joshua Fershee, and their two children.

  • Talley Sergent WV 2 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $690,529
    CASH ON HAND: $21,407
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Born in West Virginia, Talley’s family moved often due to the lack of jobs in her home state. She attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill through a combination of grants and church scholarships. She has worked for Senator Jay Rockefeller, and the State Department, where she built public-private partnerships to support the United States’ policy of empowering women. Talley is running for congress to turn obstacles into opportunities for every single West Virginian.

  • Richard Ojeda WV 3 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $2,734,463
    CASH ON HAND: $6,923
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Richard Ojeda is a tough and determined US Army officer. He is a West Virginian veteran, educator, and is currently state Senator. His campaign is focusing on jobs and industry, a living wage and support for Social Security, education and healthcare. Ojeda is promoting a new kind of populism, one that is upending the political landscape in Appalachia; he’s championed the teachers’ strike, a new marijuana industry, and higher taxes on the state’s sacred cows—oil and natural gas companies. Major Ojeda voted for Trump but has come to regret it. In his words, “Come on. It’s been a circus. Put your cell phone down. Stop tweeting and fighting with Rosie O’Donnell. Be a president.”Major Ojeda holds degrees from West Virginia State University and Webster University. He has completed and graduated from numerous military courses to include the Command General Staff College. After 24 years of service, Major Ojeda retired from the U.S Army in 2013He graduated from Logan High School in 1988 and enlisted in the US Army. A steadfast soldier and warrior academic, Ojeda graduated and received his commission to the rank of 2nd Lieutenant from West Virginia State College as a commissioned Engineering Officer in 1997 with orders to serve at Fort Bragg.In short, Richard Ojeda is an Army veteran, community leader, and current state Senator who wants to give working families a voice in Washington D.C.

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