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Peace Action PAC donates money, organizers and resources to those peace candidates that have a chance to win and believe in the values of peace through human rights and international cooperation, less spending on bloated Pentagon budgets and a world free of nuclear weapons.

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Carol Shea-Porter

NH-01

As a former social worker, community activist and community college instructor, Shea-Porter won some fame for being escorted from a George W. Bush rally wearing a T-shirt that read "Turn Your Back On Bush." She opposed the Iraq war and her voting record has been much better than previous Republican's who held this seat.

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Gary Peters

MI-Sen

Representative Peters has voted for a faster withdrawal from Afghanistan, to force Congress to authorize any expanded Iraq war, and to cut funds for the B61 nuclear warhead. The Koch Brothers and Peters' multimillionaire opponent are pouring millions into negative ads attacking Peters. Electing Peters is critical for nuclear disarmament and decreasing Pentagon spending.

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Bruce Braley

IA-Sen

Braley has been a leader on peace issues since he came to Congress in Iowa’s 1st district in 2007. He called for a withdrawal from Iraq and Afghanistan. He signed the “Give Diplomacy a Chance” on Iran and the letter asking the President for a Congressional vote on airstrikes on Syria in 2013. He also introduced the True Cost of War Act looking at the long­-term costs of our involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan. Braley voted against funding for new nuclear weapons and Cold War weapons systems like the F-22 and Joint Strike Fighter and against deploying the ineffective national missile defense program.

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