2022 Noncorporate National Candidates Nationwide Directory
Elect noncorporate, unbought candidates for a functional U.S. Congress that serves the people
LAST UPDATED: August 2, 2022
If you want elected officials to represent you, instead of wealthy donors, you must support and elect candidates who reject corporate PAC money and corporate trade association donations. We call these men and women “noncorporate candidates.”
This is a directory of noncorporate candidates. They are running for national office in 2022, in all 50 states. They reject Big Money. They run grassroot campaigns that are funded by real people only. (If a candidate’s campaign website does not clearly state their corporate PAC policy, I contact them directly for verification.)
Noncorporate candidates may belong to any political party. You’ll find Democrats, Republicans, Independents, Greens, Libertarians and other third party candidates in the Directory. Honest, unencumbered Congress Members, who debate the issues from all sides, are more likely to hammer out intelligent solutions to our problems.
Please note: candidates who fail to publish a policy platform on their campaign website are not added to this directory (or taken too seriously). Exceptions only apply for Green Party Candidates, because the Green platform is consistent and well known. Self-funding candidates are also excluded from the Directory.
Sometimes, more than one noncorporate candidate runs for the same office. That may create a tough decision for voters! But this directory cannot offer an endorsement. It only aims to be an objective information resource. Always visit a candidate’s campaign website, and do a little Googling, before casting your vote.
You can use this directory with several goals in mind:
For research to write articles about noncorporate candidates.
To organize a nationwide plan of financial contributions to noncorporate candidates.
To organize social media campaigns that spotlight noncorporate candidates.
To inform your friends and family, who live in various states, about noncorporate candidates and their policies.
Candidate websites and social media platforms are linked. Voter information for each state is also linked. Whiz through your election activist projects!
May the best candidates win.
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