The Georgia Democratic Primary is held on Tuesday, March 24, 2020. Find the most revolutionary Georgia 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
- Fully supports Medicare for All
LAST UPDATED: November 4, 2019
Georgia Progressive Candidates for Congress
Ted Terry for U.S. Senate
Ted Terry (D) – “Bring Courage Back to Washington.” Medicare for All • Living Wage • LGBTQ+ Protections • Legalize Marijuana • Clean Energy • Refugee and Immigrant Protections • Accepts No Corporate Money
GA-01 Lisa Ring for U.S. House
Lisa Ring (D) – “Our Children Deserve a Just Society.” Medicare for All • Veterans and Service Members • Environmental Protections • Big Money Out of Politics • Public Education • Workers’ Rights • Racial Justice • Women’s Rights • Criminal Justice Reform • Gun Control • LGBTQIA+ Rights • Immigration Reform • Net Neutrality • Military as Last Resort Foreign Policy • Marijuana Legalization • Voter Protections • Accepts No Corporate Money
GA-04 William Haston for U.S. House
William Haston (D) – “Economic Dignity and Prosperity of Everyday People Over Corporate Interests.” Medicare for All • End Corporate Corruption in Politics • Economic Justice • Tuition Free Public College • Universal Pre-K • Green New Deal • LGBTQIA+ Support • Student Loan Forgiveness • Living Wage Tied to Inflation • Labor Unions and Collective Bargaining • Immigration Reform • Gun Control • Legalize and Decriminalize Marijuana • Impeachment • Accepts No Corporate Money
GA-04 – Antonio Hicks for U.S. House
Antonio Hicks (D) – “Let’s Build a Greater America Together… For the People, By the People.” Medicare for All • Green New Deal • Public Education Reform • Free Community College • Living Wage • Criminal Justice Reform • Legalize Marijuana • Women’s Rights • LGBTQ Rights • Economic Justice • Make Wall Street Pay Fair Taxed • Repeal Citizens United • Accepts No Corporate Money
GA-04 Hank Johnson for U.S. House
GA-07 Nabilah Islam for U.S. House
Nabilah Islam (D) – “The People’s Priorities.” Medicare for All • $15 Minimum Wage • End Corporate Welfare • Strengthen Unions • Immigration Reform • Gun Reform • Reproductive Justice • Public Education • Criminal Justice Reform • Climate Action • National Parks Protection • LGBTQIA+ Rights • Accepts No Corporate Money
GA-13 Michael Owens for U.S. House
Michael Owens (D) – “Progressive Leader and Proud Veteran.” Medicare for All • Criminal and Social Justice Reform • Green New Deal • Environmental Justice • Public Education • Teaching Reforms • $15 Minimum Wage Tied to Inflation • Labor Unions and Collective Bargaining • Paid Parental Leave • Immigration Reform • Restore Voting Rights Act • Ban Corporate PACs • Net Neutrality • Diplomacy First Foreign Policy • Veteran Rights and Benefits Expansion • Accepts No Corporate Money
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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