Justice Democrat Alison Hartson Challenges Dianne Feinstein

California deserves a working class leader

California deserves a working class leader

Alison Hartson has spent her life in the service of others. For ten years she served as a high school teacher in the working-class community of Garden Grove, CA. She saw up close how the corrupting influence of money in politics made two systems in this country: one for the rich, and one for everyone else. Seeing this inspired her to begin volunteering for WolfPac, an organization dedicated to passing a constitutional amendment to end corruption. As a volunteer, Alison organized over 1,000 people in California to pass AJR-1, a resolution in support of the constitutional amendment to end corruption in politics. She went on to be the National Director of WolfPac, passing this resolution in four other states.

Alison faces the issues that the people of California face every day. She has a proven track record of leadership and winning when she fights. And you know she will fight for people, not corporations, because she has vowed not to take a single dime of PAC money. At this difficult moment for our nation, she is stepping up to provide a courageous voice for the working people of California. Government for the People, not Corporations
Alison is ready to continue the political revolution as California's next Senator. She understands that the promise of California and the American dream should belong to everyone, not just the wealthy and well-connected. People all across our state are rising up against corruption and the billionaires and politicians who take our votes and lives for granted. California is one of the most progressive, diverse states in the nation. We deserve leaders who understand the struggles of working people and makes sure government works for them.

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AveryCO
AveryCO

True! And Feinstein is getting older by the day. She would soon kick the bucket and who else have we got?

Philip Carino
Philip Carino

It will still be a long fight but we know Feinstein's chances are dwindling greatly for the first time since forever.

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