Ginger Jentzen is not for sale: she has publicly pledged not to take a dime in developer or corporate money, and if elected, she’ll only take the wage of an average Ward 3 resident and donate the rest back to social justice causes and organizations.
Bernie said “you can’t serve two masters” when he explained why it was important to reject corporate money. For us, the choice is clear. We don’t need more “business as usual” and big developer domination of politics. We need a political revolution against the billionaire class and our own voice in City Hall.
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