The Nevada Democratic Caucuses are held on Saturday, February 22, 2020. Find the most revolutionary Nevada progressive candidates running, and their policies. For the purpose of this list, “most revolutionary” means that each candidate meets the following two criteria:
- Rejects corporate money
- Supports single-payer Medicare for All
LAST UPDATED: November 5, 2019
Nevada Progressive Candidates for Congress
NV-02 Rick Shepherd for U.S. House
Rick Shepherd (D) – “Here to Do Something About It.” Medicare for All • Climate Action • Renewable Energy • Living Wage • Unions and Collective Bargaining • Green Economy • Universal Basic Income • Voluntary Civil Service • Support Veterans • End Undeclared Wars • Mined Land Reclamation for Public Use • Restore Land for Ranching • Protect Public Lands • Campaign Finance Reform • Instant Runoff Voting (Ranked Choice Voting) • Big Money Out of Politics • Increase Social Security Benefits • Women’s Rights • Black Lives Matter • Indigenous Rights and Sovereignty • Single Issue Legislation • End Gun Violence • Legalize Cannabis • Regulate Wall Street • Cooperative Legislation • Tax Reform • End Homelessness • Finance Public Education and Support Humanities • LGBTQIA+ Equality • Urban Farming • End Gerrymandering • Stop Fracking • Energy Independence • Abolish Electoral College • Election and Voting Reform • End Daylight Saving Time • Net Neutrality • Immigration Reform • Criminal Justice Reform • End For-Profit Prisons • Free Public Higher Education • Rejects Corporate Money
Nevada Progressive Candidates for State Legislature
Candidates in Other States
You may see the 2020 progressive candidates running in other states by clicking on the appropriate state link below.
You may see a list of the most progressive 2020 Presidential candidates at “Progressive Candidates List of 2020: Medicare 4 All & No Corp Money!” You’ll also find a list of online resources that can help you find progressive downballot candidates running in your area.
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