“My name is Amber Ivey. I am petitioning to run as an Independent candidate for Congress because we are in a political environment where elected officials are more concerned about party politics and the outcome of their next election, rather than producing results for the American people that prepare them for the future. This recent health crisis proves that Congress can pass bipartisan legislation quickly when it needs to, and we need more of that from Congress. The solutions of yesterday will not work in an American economy that is rapidly changing; an economy continuously fueled by technology and globalization. My priority is to tackle issues that ensure the future of families, work, and communities as a whole, so that Marylanders of Congressional District 7 can compete and thrive in the future of America.”
People say voting for an Independent is a wasted vote, but what has your vote done for you lately? As an Independent, Amber Ivey must collect signatures to appear on the November ballot. If you are registered to vote in MD7, sign the petition. Signing the petition to put Amber on the ballot does not mean you are required to vote for her in November.
I launched my campaign April 3, 2020. Running for Congress requires a lot of financial resources. As an Independent candidate, I need the help of people like you. No matter where you live, you can chip in. Your contribution now will ensure we can win.
DATA TELLS THE STORY
Instead of solving today’s problems and preparing the country for the future, people in Washington are playing partisan politics, which keeps Congress from working. Americans and residents in Maryland’s 7th Congressional District have real concerns such as the rising costs of childcare, healthcare, and education, wage stagnation, growing personal and national debt, and the privacy, safety and security of our families.
The recent crisis proves that Congress can pass bipartisan legislation quickly, and we need more of that from Congress. The solutions of yesterday will not work in an American economy that is rapidly changing and is continuously fueled by technology and globalization.
Make Congress Work
Amber’s experience in the private, public, and non-governmental sectors has equipped her with the skills to see policy problems from multiple angles. She understands how to promote both innovation and ethics, encourage people-focused solutions for the majority and the minority, and support data as a strategic asset while also recognizing that each data point is more than information, but an actual life.
Join Amber in making Congress work again for the Future of Families, the Future of Work, the Future of Communities, and the Future of residents in Maryland’s 7th Congressional District.
As a candidate seeking employment with the American people, I have taken the Compassionate America Challenge and will do my best to govern from the philosophy summarized in We the People’s new document for self-governance: the Declaration of Mission.
Amber Ivey on the Ballot
In order to be listed on the November 3rd, 2020 general election ballot as an Independent candidate, Amber must collect 5,100 signatures by July 24th, 2020 from eligible voters who live in Maryland’s 7th Congressional District. She can do this with your help.