Oppose US militarism! Stop the drive to World War III!
Defend democratic rights! Oppose Internet censorship!
Defend immigrants! Disband ICE and open the borders!
Put an end to poverty and social inequality!
Break with the Democrats and Republicans! Join the Socialist Equality Party!
David Moore for U.S. Senate
David Moore, 31, is a special education teacher in Oakland. He grew up in a farming family in Ventura County. David joined the Socialist Equality Party in 2010 after seeing the enduring impact of the 2008 crisis. As a contributor to the World Socialist Web Site he has written extensively on the social crisis and working class struggles, including first-hand coverage of strikes by oil, transit and health care workers.
Kevin Mitchell for U.S. Congress
Kevin Mitchell, 30, studied film at the University of California Riverside and was raised in Southern California. Based in San Diego, he is a writer for the WSWS and covers issues ranging from immigration to homelessness and the social crisis. He also contributes regularly to articles on film and culture. Kevin joined the Socialist Equality Party in 2007 after having been radicalized by the Iraq War and the SEP’s intervention in the 2006 midterm elections.
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Vote Niles Niemuth, Socialist Equality Party, for US House of Representatives in Michigan’s 12th district!
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