Break out the tin foil hats. You can’t make this up.
I’m Trish Causey, and I am not a politician. I am an activist.
I’m a life-long artist and grassroots activist. In 2014, I plan to win the House of Representatives’ seat for Mississippi’s 4th District, becoming the first woman ever to represent Mississippi in the United States Congress. I am a self-employed single mom and an outspoken advocate for human rights issues, particularly women’s rights.
Congress currently spends most of its time legislating women’s bodies, hurting the poor, and enabling the capitalist vultures of the 1%. Congress needs to focus on urgent issues like jobs, the economy, equal pay, saving Social Security, reversing poverty, boosting education, repealing the Patriot Act, reigning in the NSA, and helping our veterans, to name a few. Getting the money out of politics is a priority as well.
I am pro-choice, pro-living wage, pro-marriage equality, pro-union, pro-GMO labeling, pro-immigration reform, pro-marijuana legalization, and pro-sensible gun legislation. To read more about what I stand for, read this post on my Trish4Congress blog: Trish Causey for U.S. Congress in 2014: Who I Am & Where I Stand on Issues.