WILLIAMSON: Hi I'm Marianne Williamson. Mahatma Gandhi said politics should be sacred. He didn't mean it should be religious as in dogma and doctrine. He did mean however that it should be the place where we have the deepest, most authentic, most profound conversation among ourselves as citizens. Today, politics is so often a shallow conversation. If it's going to be profound, if it's going to be deep, if it's going to be meaningful, then we have to recreate the field. It's ours to do this and we can.
WILLIAMSON: There's a reason Washington is dysfunctional. It's for sale, bought and paid for by moneyed interests. When I'm in Washington, I will put people first, education should be first. Our children should have universally accessible preschool and our college students, you do one year of national service, I say your tuition is paid because our greatest investment as a nation is not in a corporation or in a fighter jet, it's in the American people and that's what I will stand for when I'm in Washington.
VARIOUS CHILDREN: I wanna go to preschool. I want a bright future. I want to be safe. I want clean air. I want GMO free food. How are we gonna get that? Voting. Voting is picking someone to represent you. On June 3rd vote for Marianne Williamson. If you care about me vote June 3rd. My future depends on it. Voting is raising your hand for what you believe. Marianne Williamson for Congress.
MORISSETTE: Hi I'm Alanis Morissette. It's really important that we get Marianne Williamson elected to congress because she's the only candidate who will represent you, because she's the only candidate who will be a game-changer in Washington. The primary is June 3rd so vote and tell your friends to vote. Go to marianneforcongress.com to see what you can do to make it happen.
WILLIAMSON: We need a new conversation or new America. We need a new set of assumptions about democracy and citizenship. We need a politics of conscience and a new bottom line. I'm Marianne Williamson and I approve this message because personal power is political power. Anything is possible in America and with elections, we have a chance to prove it.
MANNING: Tomorrow is Election Day and we have the opportunity to change Congress. For years, politicians and special interests have gotten in the way of solving the real challenges people are facing. In Congress, I'll put country over party and work for the people of North Carolina. But I need your vote to make that change happen. I'm Kathy Manning. I'm running for Congress in North Carolina's 13th district and I'm asking for your vote.
ANNOUNCER: As mayor, Gretchen Driskell worked with both parties to balance the budget 14 years in a row, Driskell will bring that discipline to Washington to protect our tax dollars. But career politician Tim Walberg only protects his donors. He took insurance and drug company money and voted to let them deny protections for pre-existing conditions and charge older Americans up to five times more than everyone else. The bottom line – after 30 years, Tim Walberg only looks out for his campaign cash, not you.
MORSE: I'm Jessica Morse, and I'm running for Congress on the simple idea that in this moment what our country needs most is leadership who puts our community and our Constitution ahead of the partisan game-playing that we see in Washington. In my conversations with folks around the district, from Truckee to Roseville to Fresno County, I've listened and I've learned a lot. I've heard from you about how we can grow our economy, create jobs in Northern California and how we can ensure that every senior can retire in […]
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BRIANT: When we discovered that our son Dean was going to be born with a heart defect, it shifted our world. THERESA: He'll have his condition his entire life. BRIANT: We had the opportunity to talk to Dean Heller in person. THERESA: Dean Heller looked us in the eye and promised that he would vote to protect pre-existing conditions, then he voted to eliminate protections for pre-existing conditions. BRIANT: He didn't stand up for us. THERESA: I think Dean Heller sold us out.
ANNOUNCER: Tina Smith talks a lot about helping women. VIDEO CLIP OF TINA SMITH: After that, I stayed involved in campaigns and issues that I cared about, especially when it came to women's issues. ANNOUNCER: But when it comes to confronting allegations of abuse, she is oddly silent. And now another one of Tina's friends is accused of abuse. AUDIO CLIP OF REPORTER: …a video showing Keith Ellison driving his mother off the bed and telling her to get out of his house. ANNOUNCER: Keith Ellison is accused of multiple […]