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Republican Candidates Can Be Noncorporate, Too!
I just added the first Republican candidate to the "2022 Noncorporate National Candidates Nationwide Directory." Wendy Nevarez (R) is running for U.S. House in North Carolina CD-11, against Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R).
I contacted Candidate Nevarez via Twitter to verify her noncorporate status:
There are two other noncorporate candidates running in the same race as conservative Republican Wendy Nevarez. Katie Dean is a moderate Democrat. Bo Hess is a progressive Democrat.
U.S. House, NC-11 - Katie Dean (D)
Robust Infrastructure - Rural Broadband - Public Education - Environmental Protections - Climate Action - Better Healthcare Coverage - Diplomacy First Foreign Policy - Humane Immigration Reform - Affordable Housing
U.S. House, NC-11 - Bo Hess (D)
Infrastructure and Jobs - Living Wages - Public Education - Universal Pre-K - National Security - Legalize Cannabis - Criminal Justice Reform - Immigration Reform - Sustainable Farming - Small Farms - Environmental Protections - Climate Justice - Climate Action - Data Security - Veteran Supports - Gun Safety
U.S. House, NC-11 - Wendy Nevarez (R)
Public Education - People First - Affordable Healthcare - Congressional Reform - Automatic Voter Registration - Campaign Finance Reform - Election Day a Federal Holiday
Which noncorporate candidate, do you think, has the best chance of beating Republican incumbent Rep. Madison Cawthorn?