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Throw the Hypocritical Rascals Out

2018

Nonpartisan Independent Congressional Candidates who Endorse the Thro Campaign

(Listed by State)

Thanks to all of the candidates over the years who have expressed interest in endorsing the THRO campaign. Apologies to those who endorsed and were not added to the THRO candidates page. All 2018 THRO candidates will be added to this election year page. Your input on 2018 candidates is welcome. Become a THRO Coordinator.

THRO will have a THRO campaign in every Congressional Election year, every two years, until we Fire all bipartisan career incumbents. States

Rich Stevenson for THRO

 

Campaign home pages will be linked for all nonpartisan Congressional candidates in each state who endorse the 2018 THRO Ad. The intermediate goal is to term limit 10% of the House and Senate to take the Congressional majority away from either one of the bipartisan two-party incumbent parties. If there is an open seat with no incumbent Congressperson up for re-election there is still a longtime incumbency to defeat. The bipartisan two-party system has been the incumbent monopoly (dictatorship) for many decades in every Congressional district, in every state. There are 435 House Seats and 100 Senate Seats controlled by collusive bipartisan incumbents. Vermont and Maine are the two exceptions with some nonpartisan representation. States

It is time to throw bipartisan incumbents out. Welcome to the nonpartisan political movement. Help throw the hypocritical rascals out. If you know of a nonpartisan candidate on the ballot for the U.S. Congress, not included in the table, please provide the appropriate information to a THRO coordinator. We seek endorsements of the 2018 THRO campaign from all nonpartisan Congressional candidates. Thank you. (Top of Page)

 

Numbers in the Table for each State: The table below shows a ZIP code name for each state. Each state has four numbers after the ZIP name: States

1. District Total (Number of U.S. House districts in the State),

2. U.S. House (Nonpartisan U.S. House candidates who endorse THRO), 

3. U.S. Senate (Nonpartisan U.S. Senate candidates who endorse THRO),

4. U.S. House + U.S. Senate (Nonpartisan candidates who endorse THRO).

e.g. VT 1,0,1,0, had one 2006 nonpartisan independent candidate (U.S. Senate) and no candidate who endorsed THRO. Research is underway to find all nonpartisan independent and minor party Congressional Candidates who will be on General Election Ballots on November 6, 2018. States

 

Nonpartisan Congressional Candidates
Who Endorse the 2018 THRO Campaign

AL 7,0,0,0

AK 1,0,0,0

AZ 8,0,0,0

AR 4,0,0,0

CA 53,0,0,0

CO 7,0,0,0

CT 5,0,0,0

DE 1,0,0,0

FL 25,0,0,0

GA 13,0,0,0

HI 2,0,0,0

ID 2,0,0,0

IA 5,0,0,0

IL 19,0,0,0

IN 9,0,0,0

KS 4,0,0,0

KY 6,1,0,1

LA 7,0,0,0

MA 10,0,0,0

MD 8,0,0,0

ME 2,0,1,1

MI 15,0,0,0

MO 9,0,0,0

MN 8,0,0,0

MS 4,0,0,0

MT 1,0,0,0

NC 13,0,0,0

ND 1,0,0,0

NE 3,0,0,0

NH 2,0,0,0

NJ 13,1,0,1

NM 3,0,0,0

NY 27,0,0,0

NV 3,0,0,0

OH 16,2,0,1

OK 5,0,0,0

OR 5,0,0,0

PA 19,0,0,0

RI 2,0,0,0

SC 6,0,0,0

SD 1,0,0,0

TN 9,0,0,0

TX 32,0,0,0

UT 3,0,0,0

VA 11,0,0,0

VT 1,0,0,0

WA 9,0,0,0

WI 8,0,0,0

WV 3,0,0,0

WY 1,0,0,0

Blue States: Indicate States with Nonpartisan and Minor Party Congressional Candidates who endorse the THRO Ad on their campaign Pages. Campaign page links are shown on this page for candidates who Endorse the THRO Campaign.

Green States: Indicate Nonpartisan and Minor Party Congressional Candidates seeking ballot access. No THRO endorsement by the candidate. Your input to add Candidates is welcome. Ask them to endorse THRO. No Ds and Rs. They are the problem.

Red States: Indicate No THRO Research to Find Nonpartisan and Minor Party Congressional Candidates. States may not be updated for the 2010 Census results. Your input is welcome. Be a Candidate coordinator for your state.

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Free THRO Template: You can edit the Thro html pages for your campaign and add the links to your web pages on your own, without any help. Do not edit the Thro Ad text in any way. Edit the candidate's endorsement text. Publish Thro web pages for your specific U.S. House or U.S. Senate election, but only if you are a nonpartisan independent or minor party candidate. The Thro campaign does not support any bipartisan D or R candidate. A free "THRO.zip" template, with HTML, PDF and DOC files, is available for you by Email attachment. Send your Email request now. (thro at cs2pr.us) No cost at all, ever. The basic THRO.zip template is small, less than 1.5mb zipped. (Top of Page) (Leaders)

Please give a heads up that you have published the THRO directory and pages on your campaign web site so we can add you to the list of candidate endorsers of the new 2018 THRO Ad Campaign. Good luck on your election to public office. We will visit the THRO pages you edit and publish. Thank you for all you do.

 

Candidate Research Coordinators: The Thro Campaign is looking for multiple intrastate coordinators in all fifty states. Locate the best nonpartisan candidates and supply all qualified candidates with a free THRO.zip template. Help THRO efforts. Be a candidate research coordinator for your state.

2018 Thro Campaign Coordinator
Rich Stevenson (Common Sense II Political Reforms)
thro at cs2pr.us (cs2pr.us/FreeTools.html) (Top of Page) (Template)

 

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leave a better Government for our Grandchildren.
(Jack has retired from public life to enjoy his last years in private.)

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Nonpartisan Independent Candidates who endorse THRO: Listed by State
2018
THRO Ad Web Page: cs2pr.us/THRO/thro.html
2018 THRO History Web Page: cs2pr.us/THRO/hist2018.html
1990s THRO History Web Page: cs2pr.us/THRO/hist1990.html
Nonpartisan Congressional Candidate Help: cs2pr.us/THRO/help.html
National THRO Coordinator Email: thro at cs2pr.us

THRO is an intentional political mass movement with a way to happen. Join the THRO effort. See Your Voice in the 2018 THRO Ad: (Top of Page)

 

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Jack Gargan 2002-2016, all pages inclusive

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Rich Stevenson

Candidate for U.S. Congress

District 03 Kentucky

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2018 Thro Ad Campaign Created by

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Email: cs2 at cs2pr.us (Top of Page)

2018 Thro Ad Campaign  Endorsed by

Jack Gargan, THRO, Inc. founder Independent

American Reform Party Roy Downing
Former Chair, American Reform Party

Independent Voters Alliance (USAIVA) Ballot Access
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Kentucky, 6,1,0,1 none elected in 2000 to 2012

KY 03, U.S. House, Rich Stevenson, cs2pr.us/Rich, The intentional nonpartisan ballot access movement: Open clean elections, equal political speech. Silent majority participation for representation of the 99%. You and me, for a better world. THRO the hypocritical rascals out. Fire D's and R's. Fire the corrupt Bipartisan Congress.
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Maine, 2,0,1,0 (Elected in 2012) (two Independents in the U.S. Senate)

U.S. Senate, Angus King, Independent, elected to the U.S. Senate in 2012 with 53% of the Vote in a three-way election. Not Contacted by THRO Coordinators, http://king.senate.gov Chose to caucus with the majority Democratic Party to get better committee assignments. We need to elect more Nonpartisan Independent and minor party candidates to help Angus end bipartisan warfare in Congress. Angus was the Independent Governor of Maine from 1995 to 2003, two terms as the 72nd Governor. He is not controlled by the two-party monopoly.

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New Jersey

NJ 5, U.S. House, XXX

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Ohio, 16,3,0,1 none elected in 2000 to 2012

OH 1, U.S. House, Rich Stevenson, cs2pr.us/Rich, The intentional nonpartisan ballot access movement: Open clean elections, equal political speech. Silent majority participation for representation of the 99%. You and me for a better world. THRO the hypocritical rascals out. Fire Ds and Rs.
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OH 2, U.S. House, David H. Krikorian*, www.KrikorianforCongress.com,  A nonpartisan independent like you. The parties are not solving our problems. Vote for a better America for our children and grandchildren. Lost and ran in the Democratic Primary for two elections.
*2008 18% as Independent. 2012 defected to try for D primary win. Lost the primary, lost chance to be elected. Be elected as a D and switch to be an independent Congressperson? May be worth our support as a possible nonpartisan! Will he publish THRO pages on his campaign web pages?
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Vermont, 1,0,1,0 (Elected in 2006 and 2012) (Two Independents in the U.S. Senate)

U.S. Senate, Bernie Sanders, Independent, elected to the U.S. Senate in 2006 with 65% of the Vote. Not Contacted by THRO Coordinators, http://sanders.senate.gov Takes favors from the Democratic Party caucus since he was the lone Independent in the U.S. Senate. We need to elect more Nonpartisan Independent and minor party candidates to help Bernie and Angus King end bipartisan warfare in Congress. Self declared Democratic Socialist. (Note: Joe Lieberman, a career CT bipartisan incumbent Democratic Senator, claimed to be a nonpartisan  independent to be re-elected. He lost. Lieberman was and is a Democrat, part of the problem, the two-party system.)

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