Campaign Pledges

#NoFossilFuelMoney Pledge

I pledge not to take contributions from oil, gas, and coal industry executives, lobbyists, and PACs and instead prioritize the health of our families, climate, and democracy over fossil fuel industry profits.

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Homes Guarantee Pledge

I pledge to advance policies that move housing from commodity to human right.

I pledge my commitment to eradicating homelessness once and for all.

I pledge to design housing policies as racial and climate justice interventions.

I pledge to increase investment in public and social housing.

I pledge to support universal rent control policies.

I pledge to reject any developer and real estate contributions that my campaign may be offered, and to return any developer and real estate money that I have already taken.

I pledge to campaign on the Homes Guarantee (ex: talk about it at forums and town halls, include in canvassing scripts, arrange meetings with local tenant and community organizations to grow my own understanding, proudly display my support for the Homes Guarantee on my website and other campaign materials, etc.)

I pledge to run a campaign that is accountable to a local base of tenants, and to meet with members of the Homes Guarantee team within 60 days of victory.

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Green New Deal Pledge

I pledge that I will use my office to champion a Green New Deal in any and all ways, including but not limited to: developing and supporting Green New Deal legislation and/or resolutions; building support amongst my colleagues for a Green New Deal; and publicly advocating for the necessity of a Green New Deal.

In order to fully uphold this duty, I pledge to not take contributions over $200 from oil, gas, and coal industry executives, lobbyists, or PACs and instead prioritize the health of our families, climate, and democracy over fossil fuel industry profits. 

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Prochoice Pledge

I am committed to protecting and advancing reproductive health, rights, and justice. I believe unequivocally, like the majority of Americans, that every person should have access to quality reproductive health care services, including safe and legal abortion—regardless of where they live, how much money the make, or how they are insured. I believe that reproductive health is core to people of all genders’ health and wellbeing. I will continue to stand up to Republican efforts to defund Planned Parenthood health centers, which provide critical health services to millions of people. I will continue to oppose—and seek to overturn—federal and state laws and policies that impede access to abortion, including by repealing the Hyde Amendment. I condemn and will combat any acts of violence, harassment, and intimidation of reproductive

health providers, patients, and staff. I will defend the ACA, which extends affordable preventive health care to women, gender­ nonconforming, and transgender people, including no­ cost contraception, and prohibits discrimination in health care based on gender.

I will address the discrimination and barriers that inhibit meaningful access to reproductive health care services, including those based on gender, sexuality, race, income, disability, and other factors. 

I strongly and unequivocally support quality, affordable comprehensive health care, evidence­ based sex education and a full range of family planning services, as they help reduce the number of unintended pregnancies and thereby also reduce the need for abortions.

And I strongly and unequivocally support a person’s decision to have a child, including by ensuring a safe and healthy pregnancy and childbirth, and by providing services during pregnancy and after the birth of a child, including adoption and social support services, as well as protections against pregnancy discrimination. I am committed to creating a society where children are safe and can thrive physically, emotionally, educationally, and spiritually. I recognize and support the importance of civil structures that are essential to creating this for every child. 

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