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Kim Brand

State Representative, 53rd District,

Election Date: July 26, 2012

Location

IN

Phone: (317) 714-1913
Web: http://kimbrand.com/
Email: kim@kimbrand.com
About the Candidate: 

I am running to give Indiana voters a choice. My business experience, leadership experience in several civic organizations, engineering education at Purdue and Libertarian philosophy qualify me to ask for your vote. In an election year marred by unprecedented political acrimony, a third party candidate will be more than a vote for 'None of the Above.' Hoosiers are tired of politicians who cling to anachronistic party positions and eschew collaboration. We live in a time of unprecedented complexity and change. Politicians that exploit the electorate's fear and confusion and promise a return to yesterday's bromides aren't just out of touch - they are insulting our intelligence. More importantly: they are wasting our time.

Tomerial Brooks

State Representative, 36th District,

Election Date: July 26, 2012

Location

IN

Phone: (765) 640-5040
Email: tomerial@comcast.net

Gena Martinez

State Representative, 33rd District,

Election Date: July 26, 2012

Location

IN

Phone: (317) 552-6914

Benjamin Gehlhausen

US House 4,

Election Date: July 25, 2012

Location

IN

Phone: (812) 639-9178
Email: bgehlhau@purdue.edu

Mick Erickson

US House 10,

Election Date: July 20, 2012

Location

NJ

Patrick McKnight

US House 7,

Election Date: July 20, 2012

Location

NJ

Len Flynn

US House 6,

Election Date: July 20, 2012

Location

NJ

Ken Kaplan

US Senate,

Election Date: July 20, 2012

Location

NJ

John Ordille

US House 2,

Election Date: July 20, 2012

Location

NJ

David Staples

Public Service Commission, District 5,

Election Date: July 20, 2012

Location

GA

About the Candidate: 

The number one issue in this race is ethics. Ethics is a non-partisan issue that everyone should agree on. When a Commissioner receives $10,000 in campaign contributions from the very attorneys presenting a case on behalf of a utility two days before that case is voted on, how can anyone assume that the Commissioner is going to be fair and unbiased? When a majority of a Commissioner’s campaign contributions come from the executives, lobbyists and attorneys of the very entities they are charged with regulating, how is that not a conflict of interest? When a Commissioner accepts $14,000 in gifts in just their current term, how are we supposed to believe that they remain neutral? Would you be surprised to find out that all of this describes the current incumbent of 18 years? It is time for a change in Georgia. On November 6th, I urge voters to say “enough is enough” by voting for David Staples. Together we can change how business is done at the Public Service Commission.

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