Progressives who support a peace-oriented, anti-war foreign policy

These candidates for House and Senate have shown a willingness to challenge the longstanding norms and preconceived notions elected officials have about foreign policy.

These down-ballot progressives have expressed staunch support for:

  • an end to the endless wars;
  • non-interventionism and the importance of diplomacy;
  • seriously reining in defense spending;
  • re-allocating that money to pressing domestic needs;
  • and more reforms.

Think about supporting these Congressional candidates. More voices in Washington like theirs would be invaluable in any effort to avoid war and change U.S. foreign policy for the better.

If you want to learn more about these Congressional candidates, and others running for Congress, check out this Google Map:

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