Paul Jones was born, raised and spent his entire career as a Game Warden and law enforcement officer in Colorado. He and his wife, Kathy, a teacher, have been married for 24 years and have raised two boys in Southwest Colorado, aged 19 and 17.
Rep. Owen Casas was first elected to represent House District 94 in 2016. Owen is a Marine and family man who has worked in stone masonry and commercial fishing. He is running as a "Clean Elections" candidate and not accepting any outside financial support.
Anne Gass is running for Maine House District 67, where she has lived for over 30 years and worked as active community volunteer, small business owner and on town committees. She is running as a "Clean Elections" candidate and not accepting any outside financial support.
Walter is a long-time Mainer, former small business owner, non-profit executive and community advocate who has held a number of elected and appointed positions. He is running as a "Clean Elections" candidate and not accepting any outside financial support.
Crystal Canney is running to represent Portland in the Maine State House. Crystal has served as an investigative journalist and communications professional who has run two successful small businesses. She is running as a "Clean Elections" candidate and not accepting any outside financial support.
Rep. Jickling currently represents the Orange-Washington-Addison district as the youngest member of the Vermont House of Representatives. Ben grew up in the district and leads the Randolph Area Mentoring Program.
Chris Dimond is a 4th generation Alaskan who has worked on teams and in leadership positions in construction for 23 years, which includes representing 2,000 members across the state for the Pacific Northwest Regional Council of Carpenters.
Cory Ann Ellis is a small business owner, community organizer, and engaged citizen. She served eight years in the US Army Reserve and is answering a call to return to service by running for South Dakota State Legislature.
John Vihstadt is running for re-election to the Arlington County Board in Northern Virginia. John’s run for the County Board is backed by over 30 years of school and community activism and a strong record of independent leadership during his first term in office.