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Aguilar, Pete (D-CA)

Aguilar, Pete (D-CA)

Pete Aguilar is running against defense hawk Rep. Gary Miller, in the most Democratic district in the country currently held by a Republican.

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Paid for by Pete Aguilar for Congress.

Bellows, Shenna (D-ME)

Bellows, Shenna (D-ME)

Shenna Bellows is an experienced coalition-builder, a passionate progressive, and a strong underdog challenger to Senator Susan Collins.

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Paid for by Bellows for Senate.

Bera, Ami (D-CA)

Bera, Ami (D-CA)

Bera, a physician and the son of Indian immigrants, is a principled voice in Congress for nuclear arms control.

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Paid for by Bera for Congress.

Beyer, Don (D-VA)

Beyer, Don (D-VA)

Don Beyer brings a long record of public service to his race for Virginia's 8th District.

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Paid for by Friends of Beyer.

Bishop, Tim (D-NY)

Bishop, Tim (D-NY)

Bishop was elected in 2002 in a close race against a Republican incumbent. In the last ten years, he has established himself as a forceful progressive voice on education and environmental issues.

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Paid for by Tim Bishop for Congress.

Booker, Cory (D-NJ)

Booker, Cory (D-NJ)

Cory Booker won a Senate seat in a 2013 special election in New Jersey. He is up for election again in 2014.

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Paid for by Cory Booker for Senate..

Braley, Bruce (D-IA)

Braley, Bruce (D-IA)

Braley has earned a 100% score on the PeacePAC voting record every year he has been in office.

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Paid for by Braley for Iowa..

Coons, Chris (D-DE)

Coons, Chris (D-DE)

Senator Coons has a stated commitment to “a robust, engaged foreign policy, based on diplomacy and strategic partnerships with other nations.”

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Paid for by Chris Coons for Delaware.

Durbin, Dick (D-IL)

Durbin, Dick (D-IL)

Sen. Durbin is a strong progressive ally who has spoken out for a more sensible national security policy.

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Paid for by Friends of Dick Durbin.

Eggman, Michael (D-CA)

Eggman, Michael (D-CA)

Eggman is a farmer and small businessman taking on a Tea Party Republican.

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Paid for by Eggman for Congress.

Foster, Bill (D-IL)

Foster, Bill (D-IL)

Bill Foster is a particle physicist who understands the dangers of nuclear weapons and is dedicated to Council for a Livable World's vision of a nuclear weapons-free world.

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Paid for by Bill Foster for Congress.

Foust, John (D-VA)

Foust, John (D-VA)

John Foust is running for an open seat in northern Virginia.

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Paid for by Foust for Congress.

Franken, Al (D-MN)

Franken, Al (D-MN)

Franken has earned a 100% on the Council’s scorecard for his commitment to smart national security spending and ending the war in Afghanistan.

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Paid for by Al Franken for Senate.

Grimes, Alison Lundergan (D-KY)

Grimes, Alison Lundergan (D-KY)

Alison Lundergan Grimes is campaigning against Mitch McConnell, but also against gridlock in Washington.

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Paid for by Alison for Kentucky.

Kuster, Ann (D-NH)

Kuster, Ann (D-NH)

Kuster is a longtime advocate for peace and human rights.

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Paid for by Kuster for Congress.

Markey, Ed (D-MA)

Markey, Ed (D-MA)

Ed Markey, a principled voice on nuclear weapons and national security, won a Senate seat in a 2013 special election in Massachusetts. He is up for election again in 2014.

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Paid for by The Markey Committee.

Merkley, Jeff (D-OR)

Merkley, Jeff (D-OR)

In addition to being an electoral winner, Senator Merkley is also an expert on nuclear weapons and acutely aware of the dangers they pose.

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Paid for by Jeff Merkley for Oregon.

Mowrer, Jim (D-IA)

Mowrer, Jim (D-IA)

Jim Mowrer is a dedicated public servant whose military experience overseas gives him important foreign policy insight.

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Paid for by Mowrer for Iowa.

Murphy, Patrick (D-FL)

Murphy, Patrick (D-FL)

Patrick Murphy defeated Tea Party firebrand Allen West in 2012, and is a top target for Republicans in 2014.

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Paid for by Friends of Patrick Murphy.

Nolan, Rick (D-MN)

Nolan, Rick (D-MN)

Rick Nolan is a lifelong progressive champion whose congressional career started with opposition to the Vietnam War in the 1970s. He reentered public service to stand against the Tea Party's divisive rhetoric.

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Paid for by Nolan For Congress Volunteer Committee.

Patrick, Suzanne (D-VA)

Patrick, Suzanne (D-VA)

Patrick has experience in both business and the military, and understands the need for a reassessed defense budget.

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Paid for by Suzanne Patrick for Congress.

Peters, Gary (D-MI)

Peters, Gary (D-MI)

Gary Peters has voted to end the Afghanistan war as soon as possible, as well as to eliminate funding for the wasteful B61 nuclear bomb program.

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Paid for by Peters for Michigan.

Reed, Jack (D-RI)

Reed, Jack (D-RI)

Jack Reed brings strong progressive values to his leadership on national security issues.

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Paid for by The Reed Committee.

Robertson, Martha (D-NY)

Robertson, Martha (D-NY)

Martha Robertson believes that foreign wars have had a negative effect on economic development.

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Paid for by Committee to Elect Martha Robertson.

Rogers, Lee (D-CA)

Rogers, Lee (D-CA)

Lee Rogers believes in reducing Pentagon spending and bringing an end to overseas wars.

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Paid for by Lee Rogers for Congress.

Ruiz, Raul (D-CA)

Ruiz, Raul (D-CA)

Ruiz, the son of farmworkers, is a first-term Congressman being targeted by Republican fundraisers.

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Paid for by Dr. Raul Ruiz for Congress.

Schatz, Brian (D-HI)

Schatz, Brian (D-HI)

Schatz is committed to representing Hawaii modeled after the careers of the late Senators Akaka and Inouye– by valuing humility and hard work above all else.

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Paid for by Schatz for Senate.

Schneider, Brad (D-IL)

Schneider, Brad (D-IL)

First-term Democratic Rep. Brad Schneider fought one of the country's closest races in 2012.

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Paid for by Schneider for Congress.

Shaheen, Jeanne (D-NH)

Shaheen, Jeanne (D-NH)

Shaheen has been a leader in the Senate on international issues and was a prominent advocate of New START.

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Paid for by Friends of Jeanne Shaheen.

Sinema, Kyrsten (D-AZ)

Sinema, Kyrsten (D-AZ)

Kyrsten Sinema brings strong antiwar credentials to Congress, and is a top Republican target this cycle.

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Paid for by Sinema for Congress.

Strouse, Kevin (D-PA)

Strouse, Kevin (D-PA)

Kevin Strouse served in the Army and the CIA, and brings extensive national security credentials to his race.

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Paid for by Kevin Strouse for Congress.

Tennant, Natalie (D-WV)

Tennant, Natalie (D-WV)

Natalie Tennant is a strong, independent candidate who is running against an establishment conservative in West Virginia.

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Paid for by Natalie Tennant for Senate.

Tierney, John (D-MA)

Tierney, John (D-MA)

Tierney was a vocal critic of the decision to go to war in Iraq. Now, he's focusing his efforts on bringing US troops home from Afghanistan.

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Paid for by John Tierney for Congress.

Udall, Mark (D-CO)

Udall, Mark (D-CO)

Senator Mark Udall received a perfect 100% on Council for a Livable World's voting scorecard.

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Paid for by Udall for Colorado.

Udall, Tom (D-NM)

Udall, Tom (D-NM)

Sen. Udall has maintained a 100% score on the Council's scorecard for his votes on the ratification of New START, the acceleration of troop withdrawal from Afghanistan and many others.

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Paid for by Udall For Us All.

Walsh, John (D-MT)

Walsh, John (D-MT)

Having led more than 700 men and women in Iraq, Senator John Walsh understands the true cost of war.

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Paid for by Walsh for Montana.

Weiland, Rick (D-SD)

Weiland, Rick (D-SD)

Rick Weiland is an populist candidate with progressive positions on national security issues, including the Afghanistan war, Iran and North Korea, and sensible nuclear weapons reductions.

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Paid for by People for Rick Weiland.

Council for a Livable World

Council for a Livable World

If you support the above candidates, will you also consider supporting the work of Council for a Livable World? We advocate for sensible national security policies and work elect to congressional candidates who support them.

The Council for a Livable World is a 501(c)(4) non-profit.

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Transaction Info

Authorized by each candidate's campaign and paid for by Council for a Livable World Candidate Fund.
Contributions are not tax deductible.

Individuals may contribute up to $2,600 per election, per candidate, with the primary and general election each considered a separate election.