IVN: Centrist Project Voice Endorses 5 Independent-Minded Candidates

By Shawn M. Griffiths

The Centrist Project Voice, a political action committee the Centrist Project says is the first to support candidates ready to set partisanship aside and “focus on the core issues of critical importance to all Americans,” on Wednesday announced 5 U.S. Senate candidates it has endorsed, including Larry Pressler of South Dakota, who the PAC made its inaugural endorsement in May.

The four names added to the list of endorsements along with Larry Pressler are Republican Susan Collins of Maine, Democrat Michelle Nunn of Georgia, independent Greg Orman of Kansas, and American Party candidate Jill Bossi of South Carolina.

“The Centrist Project Voice is pleased to be able to support Susan Collins, Larry Pressler, Michelle Nunn, Greg Orman, and Jill Bossi in their bids to serve the American people by focusing on the critical and mainstream issues that face our country,” said Centrist Project Founder Charles Wheelan, a senior lecturer and policy fellow at the Rockefeller Center at Dartmouth College and the bestselling author of Naked Economics.

“Each of these candidates embody the Centrist Principles, (fiscal responsibility, environmental stewardship, social tolerance, economic opportunity and a pragmatic approach to solving core policy challenges) as being the bedrock for how to approach public policy matters in the Senate in order to break the partisan deadlock that grips Congress and move America forward.”

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One thought on “IVN: Centrist Project Voice Endorses 5 Independent-Minded Candidates

  1. James Clifton

    The American Free Soil Party is endorsing the following: Tisha Casida, independent running for the Colorado third district congressional seat, Elliot Cutler for Governor of Maine for his educational and economic proposals; Howie Hawkins for Governor of New York for his positions on full funding for public defenders’ offices, immigration rights, and ballot reform ; Larry Pressler, who proved incorruptible during his term, as he seeks to once again serve his state in the Senate; and Nick Troiano for Congress in Pennsylvania’s 10th Congressional District for his refusal to accept contributions from PAC’s, corporations, and lobbyists; his position on marriage equality; his position on capital punishment; and his position on abortion.

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