Announcement – Campaign Contributions

It’s time to innovate our political system. I have always felt it a strange system when working Americans who are struggling in an unjust economic system are asked by political leaders to contribute financially to their campaigns.

It’s also time to call out corporate media and their meddling in our election process. What gives media the right to publicly endorse candidates? This is a direct violation of fair journalism, something that the Fairness Doctrine Ruling, which Ronald Reagan nixed in 1987, tried to mitigate. Media should share stories fairly instead of announcing favoritism.

Therefore, my first act as a candidate for 2022 California Governor and likely the first candidate EVER (and I’m sure we have some good people who will check me on that) is to not accept money directly. Instead, I plan to endorse media centers and nonprofit organizations who I believe are truly representing the people’s interest.

If you would like to support my campaign for California Governor, please donate to the following organizations and let me know. I refuse to pad the pockets of corporate media and expensive political advisors. My campaign is to represent the possibilities of the people’s power to ignite change directly.

You can support my campaign the following ways by donating to organizations that I value:

Donate to:

The Daily Clout

The Real News

Community Media Alliance

The Wounded Warrior Project

The California Farmworker Foundation

The Carter Center

Or, if you would like to order one of my books, either available through or me directly, I would appreciate that too. . . money from my books will help support the most radical campaign to change the system.

Thank you so much!

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