Lisa McCormick commented on GOP ad helps Democratic Challenger 2018-05-06 12:44:27 -0400Neither Menendez nor Trump is going to resign, so it is up to you to vote in the Democratic primary for US Senate to nominate a better nominee. As a Democrat, I do not want to look good only when held in comparison to the morally reprehensible, bigoted, incompetent and corrupt Republicans.
I am proud of the liberal tradition of strong and smart leadership that defined the Democratic Party, but also of the highest ideals for ethical and honorable behavior. Every American could do this job representing the rest of us, but only a few would betray the purpose of selfless service and trade on our trust for their own benefit.
Stop making excuses for unethical behavior. My candidacy is giving Democrats a choice to elect a normal, middle working class, progressive woman or a devious, arrogant and corrupt man whose 25-years as a member of Congress coincide with the most precipitous decline in the quality of life for American working people in history.
Let’s not muddy the waters by pointing out how bad someone else might be. The June 5 primary is choice between Democrats for Change and the corrupt politics of the past.
Lisa McCormick posted about Authority to order nuclear launch on Facebook 2017-08-09 18:37:44 -0400Sign the petition: No one person should have power to destroy the world
No one person should have the authority to order a first strike nuclear attack, but right now the President of the United States has sole authority to order America's military forces to launch nuclear weapons.
Sign this petition to urge Congress to address this issue right now!
The decision to use nuclear weapons is potentially the most important decision this nation could ever make. A single warhead could kill hundreds of thousands of people; nuclear war could change the face of the planet. Yet, despite the risks, there is no check on the president’s authority to order a nuclear strike.
Congress should require a declaration of war before the president uses nuclear weapons for anything other than retaliation for incoming nuclear threats in order to reduce the chance of an impulsive or irrational launch.27,379 signatures
Congress must enact a law limiting a President's ability to order a nuclear strike unless the United States is under attack by an enemy who is using atomic weapons.
Lisa McCormick signed Democrats must pursue a progressive agenda via Lisa McCormick 2017-07-26 13:25:44 -0400
Lisa McCormick is asking Democrats in Congress to sign on to eight bills that define a better future for America and show the nation what life could be like with a progressive majority running things instead of the greedy and corrupt cartel of billionaires who are driving the Republican agenda.
Resisting the Trump Republicans alone will not move our country forward, so Democrats should campaign on a bold agenda that creates an America that works for everyone. If Democrats want to take our country back from the billionaire class and Republicans in 2018, we need to speak to the concerns of our people.
We're fighting for a Congress that will put people before profits in an America where everyone has access to health care, free public education, and a job that pays a living wage. A livable planet, justice, peace and prosperity were handed down to us and we must preserve them to pass them on to our children and future generations.
McCormick said all Democrats in Congress should co-sponsor the following bills:
Health Care: H.R. 676 Medicare For All Act, introduced by Rep. John Conyers, Jr. (D-Mich).
Education: H.R. 1880 College for All Act of 2017, introduced by Rep. Pramila Jayapal (WA-07).
Worker Rights: H.R.15 - Raise the Wage Act, Representatives Bobby Scott (D-VA) and Keith Ellison (D-MN).
Women’s Rights: H.R.771 - Equal Access to Abortion Coverage in Health Insurance (EACH Woman) Act of 2017, introduced by Rep. Lee, Barbara (D-CA-13).
Voting Rights: H.R.2840 - Automatic Voter Registration Act, introduced by Rep. David N. Cicilline (D-RI-1).
Criminal Justice and Immigrant Rights: Justice is Not For Sale Act of 2017, Rep. Raúl M. Grijalva (D-Ariz.) in 2017.
Tax on Wall Street: H.R. 1144 - Inclusive Prosperity Act, introduced by Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN).
Climate Change: Environmental Justice Act of 2017’ introduced by Rep. Pramila Jayapal (WA-07).7 signatures
Please join us by urging every Democrat in Congress to support Medicare for All, college tuition for all, a $15 per hour minimum wage, equal access to abortion, expanded voting rights, ending private prisons, taxing Wall Street and protecting our environment.
Lisa McCormick posted about About Lisa on Facebook 2017-05-10 14:40:43 -0400
Once, Americans could complete a course of free public education, which prepared one to get a 40-hour per week job that paid enough to have a really good life & retire at 60.
That is gone now -- as people struggle to make ends meet with two or three jobs -- but Americans can take it back!
Lisa McCormick is one of us!
Lisa McCormick is the only challenger in the New Jersey Democratic primary for US senator.
McCormick has stood up against Wall Street billionaires buying control over the Democratic Party and corrupt insiders who make millions off taxpayers through no-bid contracts and other crooked deal without even representing the interests of working, middle-class families who entrusted them with power. Her opponent survived a criminal indictment handed up by the Obama administration only to be 'severely admonished' for breaking the law by the US Senate Ethics Committee.
Lisa McCormick is a mother & small business owner who is running for office because the challenges facing working families in today’s economy are not being solved by the existing political establishment. The quality of living has precipitously declined during the 25 years Senator Bob Menendez has been in Congress, and with his greed revealed She knows that unfair elections, broken political systems & legalized bribery have manifested as inequality in society and despair among the populace. But it does not have to be that way.
Lisa has won key victories as a progressive activist fighting for justice and advocating smart & honest policies, like breaking up big banks, stopping corporate tax dodgers, Medicare for all and expanding free public education. She knows that persistence is required and she it willing to go the distance.
Most importantly, Lisa McCormick will work to eliminate the corrupt influence of dirty money in politics with an affordable system of fair & clean elections. Eliminating political payoffs is the only way to put on a public agenda items such as state-funded child care, paid family leave, universal health insurance, free tuition at public colleges and universities.
A lifelong New Jersey resident, Lisa McCormick is the publisher of a weekly newspaper and community news website, as well as an accomplished equestrian athlete.
Before she acquired her own business, Lisa McCormick worked with such companies as Schering Plough, Seton Hall, Unz & Co., Hewlett Packard, Chanel, Fortis, and EDS. She also worked for the president of Dataflex Corporation and served as an administrative operations manager at a local investment clearing firm. McCormick studied Industrial Engineering at Rochester Institute of Technology and earned a certificate in office administration from Cittone Institute.
The measure of human character is not how many times you get knocked down. What counts is whether you get back up. Lisa McCormick suffered some terrible injuries, but she is someone who has conquered adversity.
After a 2008 auto collision caused her to have disk replacement surgery in 2010, two-and-a-half years later Lisa McCormick endured a second accident in which she fractured two vertebrae, also known as the backbone or spine. Today, she remains on the mend but vigorously pursues a healthy regimen of yoga, ice skating, horseback riding and other physical exercise.
Lisa McCormick is someone with transformational political talent, the tenacity to forge ahead despite overwhelming opposition. She is running in pursuit of almost universally desired goals, the restoration of democratic equality in America, the eradication of rampant corruption and the restoration of the American Dream. If you would like to help advance this campaign, please make a donation to Lisa McCormick and sign up to volunteer in support of this people-powered crusade.
Help illustrate the fact that John Wisniewski accepted at least $6,350 from R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company.
Help illustrate the fact that John Wisniewski accepted at least $6,350 from R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. Right click to download the image, modify it and return your image to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Tobacco is the world’s single greatest cause of preventable death. It is also highly addictive. Still, John Wisniewski accepted at least $6,350 from R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. He also took campaign contributions from Philip Morris, another tobacco company. Wisniewski even accepted $1,000 from killer tobacco companies about the same time he joined the presidential campaign for Bernie Sanders.
In 2015, Wisniewski voted to let tobacco companies cut their court-ordered payments to New Jersey.
New Jersey lawmakers bailed out some tobacco bonds, trading $400 million in future revenues for a fast $92 million. Then they agreed to accept reduced payments from the tobacco lawsuit settlement.
While collecting an estimated $921 million from state revenue from cigarette taxes and the tobacco settlement money, Wisniewski & other lawmakers allocated zero dollars in the last four New Jersey budgets to encourage people to stop smoking or break their nicotine addiction.
New Jersey has repeatedly been ranked worst in the nation for state spending on smoking cessation & tobacco prevention programs
Medical expenses associated with smoking and tobacco use, including cancer treatment, cost New Jersey about $4 billion annually, but the state has not provided any funding for tobacco prevention since 2012.
Instead of fighting to save the lives of our children and adults, John Wisniewski has been pocketing money from tobacco companies for several decades & allowing your tax dollars to go up in smoke.
John Wisniewski is a millionaire who does not care about you, so use the image above to help illustrate how cowardly, irresponsible & greedy politicians sell us out to killer tobacco companies.
Be a part of our New Jersey revolution:
Break the old rules. Make new ones.
Your artistic contribution will give our voice a better chance to break through to the Democratic primary electorate, pinning the blame for smoking deaths on crooked politicians who take money from killer tobacco companies. This election is about much more than money. Wisniewski had 21 years as a Trenton insider, but he has made New Jersey’s government dysfunctional and ineffective because he sold out. Now fight back!
Our oppressors are going to fight dirty, so we have to fight hard, we have to fight smart & we must never give up!