Vote Sandra Marshall

We can have a say in which way our government goes and finally have the leader we deserve representing the 24th Congressional District. Sandra Marshall is exactly the kind of new leader who will do what needs to be done in Washington, D.C., to create the systemic change required to transform our world.

I’ve known Sandra Marshall for almost 20 years, what she stands for, her integrity, vision, resiliency, determination, and conviction in action. I’ve seen what she is capable of as a community organizer and publisher of Information Press, a monthly that reports news on topics the mainstream media often overlooks.

As your congressperson, Sandra will be unstoppable. Top issues are campaign finance reform, climate change, immigration, education and making college affordable, community violence, health care for all, job creation and fair wages, right to privacy, reducing the military budget, no fracking, and closing Diablo Canyon nuclear plant.

It’s time to get money out of politics and focus on climate change. When I look back at what I did during my lifetime here on Earth, I want to remember how I said, “Yes” to being the change I wished to see in the world. Say “Yes” and vote for Sandra Marshall, a voice for action and change, June 3.

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