MEDEA BENJAMIN
Medea Benjamin is the Founding Director of the San Francisco-based human rights organization, Global Exchange.

RANDY HAYES
Randy Hayes is an action-oriented organizer who is founder and President of Rainforest Action Network.

JOHN PASSACANTANDO
John Passacantando is executive director of Ozone Action and a leader of the grassroots movement to stop global warming.

JOHN B. ANDERSON
John B. Anderson, a former candidate for President of the United States who received 6 million votes as an independent candidate in 1980, has served as President of the World Federalist Association since 1992 and was appointed CEO in 1999.

DEREK BOK
Derek Bok is the Chairman of Common Cause, the nonpartisan citizens' lobby with more than 200,000 members nationwide. Bok took office as Chairman in February 1999, following his election to the post by the Common Cause National Governing Board.

ELLEN MILLER
Ellen Miller, President of Public Campaign, is a widely recognized national expert on all aspects of the campaign finance system, as well as institutional issues concerning Congress.

SCOTT HARSHBARGER
Scott Harshbarger is President and CEO of Common Cause. Prior to joining Common Cause, Harshbarger served two terms as Massachusetts Attorney General (1991-1999) and was the Democratic nominee for Governor of Massachusetts in 1998.

ANGEL ORTIZ
Angel Ortiz became the first Latino elected to the City Council of Philadelphia in 1984. Now in his fourth term, he is the leading advocate on the council for municipal campaign finance reform.

DORIS "GRANNY D" HADDOCK
Doris Haddock - affectionately known as Granny D - is a 90-year-old great-grandmother of 12 and long-time social justice activist. On Tuesday, February 29, 2000, Haddock arrived in Washington, DC after walking 3,200 miles across the country from Pasadena, California in a 14-month crusade calling attention to the urgent need for campaign finance reform.

RICK REINERT
Rick Reinert was living the American small-town, small-business success story until the United States Trade Representative (USTR) imposed huge tariffs on many of the wholesale bath products his South Carolina company imported from Europe. These tariffs made it impossible for Reinert to sell these products at a profit.

STEPHANIE ANTHONY
Stephanie Anthony is founder and executive director of the Louisiana Democracy Project, a nonpartisan voting rights organization that empowers and educates people to fully participate in the democratic process. Part of that education has been helping citizens follow the money, and chart the impact of political contributions on their communities.

JUAN FIGUEROA
Juan Figueroa, a native of Ciales, Puerto Rico, has been president and general counsel of the Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund (PRLDEF) since 1993. PRLDEF is a national civil rights organization that seeks to secure and protect the political, economic, social and legal rights of the Latino Community.

ASIA RUSSELL
Asia Russell is a long-time, core member of the grassroots AIDS activist organization ACT UP Philadelphia, the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power.

GRIFFIN DIX
Griffin Dix, Ph.D. is a former professor of cultural anthropology and Peace Corps volunteer, who founded his own computer industry market research firm.

JERROLD NADLER
Jerrold Nadler represents parts of Manhattan and Brooklyn (New York's 8th Congressional District) in the U.S. House of Representatives.

CHARLIE KOLB
Charles Kolb is President of the Committee for Economic Development (CED), an independent, nonpartisan organization of 250 business and education leaders dedicated to economic and social policy research and the implementation of its recommendations by the public and private sectors. In 1999, CED released a report on campaign finance reform, entitled Investing in the People's Business.

REV. CARRIE BOLTON
Reverend Carrie Bolton is a minister at the Alston Chapel Holy Church in Pittsboro, North Carolina, where she opened a large church summer camp and the Mary Neal Child Care Center to serve economically disadvantaged children in her community.

WILLIAM GREIDER
William Greider has been a reporter for US newspapers, magazines and television for more than 35 years, and has authored several best-selling books on politics and economics.

JOLENE LOVEJOY
Jolene Lovejoy, a town selectman from Rumford, Maine, is a self-employed office manager by trade, who has been active in her community as president of the local Rotary Club and member of the local Chamber of Commerce.

JOAN BRAY
Joan Bray has served in the Missouri House of Representatives since 1993, representing six inner-ring suburbs in St. Louis County.

JAMES SANDERS, JR.
James Sanders, Jr. is a long-time community activist from Southeast Queens, who currently is running for New York City Council using the city's four-to-one public matching fund system to finance his campaign.

PAUL TAYLOR
Paul Taylor, founder and executive director of the Alliance for Better Campaigns, was a newspaper reporter for 25 years - a period that included 14 years at The Washington Post, covering national politics and social issues, and serving as bureau chief in South Africa from 1992 to 1995. He also authored See How They Run, a book about the 1988 presidential campaign.

JOHN BONIFAZ
John Bonifaz founded the National Voting Rights Institute (NVRI) in 1994 and continues to direct the organization today.

GRANT WOODS
Grant Woods was the Republican Attorney General of Arizona from 1991-1999, and was selected by his peers as the nation's top attorney general in 1995.

PAUL WELLSTONE
Sen. Paul Wellstone (D-MN) is the senior U.S. Senator from Minnesota. Traversing the state in his trademark Green Bus to meet and discuss important issues with citizens, Wellstone was the only challenger to unseat a Senate incumbent in the 1990 elections.

MARK SANFORD
Mark Sanford was a political novice with a background in real estate finance and investment when he ran for Congress in 1994.

JAMIN B. RASKIN
Jamin B. Raskin is a professor at American University's Washington College of Law, where he is Co-Director of the school's Program on Law and Government and Director of the Appleseed Electoral Reform Law Project.

DON SIMON
Donald J. Simon is General Counsel of Common Cause, and a partner of the law firm Sonosky, Chambers, Sachse & Endreson in Washington, DC, where his areas of focus have been federal election law, redistricting, and reapportionment law, the Voting Rights Act, and Native American rights.

CONFRONTATION CAMP
Nowadays, more often than not, recording artists in almost every musical genre stray away from dealing with issues. Some bands, however, seek them. CONFRONTATION CAMP is spawned from the love of hip-hop, rock ní roll and politics.


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