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The Revolutionary North Carolina Progressive Candidates of 2020

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The North Carolina Democratic Primary is held on Tuesday, March 3, 2020. Find the most revolutionary North Carolina 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: December 6, 2019

North Carolina Progressive Candidates for Congress

U.S. Senate

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U.S. House

NC-01 DeAndre Carter for U.S. House

DeAndre Carter (D) – “Fighting for the Working Class.” Medicare for All • Workers’ Rights • The Right to Rest • Democratic Workplace • Incentivize Co-Ops • Public Education • Universal Child Care • Free Tuition for Public Higher Education • Federal Student Loan Cancellation • Social Justice • Reparations for Slavery • Pay Equity • LGBTQ+ Rights • Women’s Rights • Civil Rights • Criminal Justice Reform • End War on Drugs • Green New Deal • Federal Jobs Guarantee • GreenHouse Act • Voting Reform • Ranked Choice Voting • Public Funded Elections • End Corruption • Tax the Wealthy • Money Out of Politics • End Personhood of Corporations • Accepts No Corporate Money

NC-04 Daniel Lockwood for U.S. House

Daniel Lockwood (D) – “We have no time to waste.” Medicare for All • Environmental Justice • Green New Deal • Economic Justice • Public Education • Worker and Union Rights • $15 Minimum Wage • Public Transportation • Student Loan Debt Cancellation • Guaranteed Federal Jobs Program • Social Justice • Combat Systemic Racism • Reproductive Rights • LGBTQIA+ Rights • End War on Drugs • Demilitarize the Police • Abolish Private Prisons • Immigration Reform • Abolish ICE • Accepts No Corporate Money

NC-04 Curtis Sobie for U.S. House

Curtis Sobie (D) – “A More Equitable and Just North Carolina.” Medicare for All • Criminal Justice Reform • Civil and Human Rights for All • Immediate Climate Action • Solve the Opioid Crisis • Workers’ Rights • Accepts No Corporate Money

NC-11 Michael O’Shea for U.S. House

Michael O’Shea (D) – “Mountain Values.” Medicare for All • $15 Living Wage • Environmental Protections • Climate Action • Green New Deal • Invest in Public Education • Free Public Higher Education • Protect Personal Freedoms • Equality for All • Universal Basic Income • Expand Social Security • Legalize Cannabis • End War on Drugs • End For-Profit Prisons • Abolish Death Penalty • Common Sense Gun Regulation • Invest in Infrastructure • Fair Taxes • Fair Elections and Voter Protections • Stop Gerrymandering • Remove Paid Political Ads from Social Media • Defend Net Neutrality • Rural Broadband • Block Bad Trade Deals • Support Veterans • End Unnecessary Wars • Police Reforms • Immigration Reform • Abolish ICE • Money Out of Politics • Accepts No Corporate Money

NC-19 James Dawkins for U.S. House

James Dawkins (D) – “Put the People First.” Medicare for All • End Cash Bail • Support Veterans • Women’s Rights • Reproductive Freedom • Climate Action • Green Energy • Increase Public Transportation • Fine and Jail Polluters • Support Small Business • Municipal Internet Service • Legalize Marijuana • End Opioid Crisis • End Political and Corporate Corruption • Paper Election Ballots • Accepts No Corporate Money

North Carolina Progressive Candidates
2020 North Carolina progressive candidates are revolutionary!
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Candidates in Other States

You may see the 2020 progressive candidates running in other states by clicking on the appropriate state link below.

Presidential Candidates

You may see a list of the most progressive 2020 Presidential candidates at “Revolutionary Progressive Candidates 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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