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United States

U.S. House of RepresentativesCandidate for District 23

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Wendy Reed

Democratic
Administrator/Community Advocate
11,974 votes (10.1%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • (1) Reverse big money politics and restore representational self-government.. Prioritize our national budget for communities, job growth, and people’s futures, not corporate subsidies and tax breaks.
  • (2) Bring resources to our district to fund infrastructure for water, transportation, and public safety; update industries like agriculture to healthier, sustainable practices; and create new jobs and opportunities by facing our climate challenges.
  • (3) Protect liberties and provide justice for all, continue to protect and care for workers, consumers, veterans, our young and elderly, all genders, all ethnicities, and our immigrants. We can ensure living wages and health care for all.

Experience

Experience

Profession:Business Administrator/Community Advocate
Administrator, Antelope Valley Conservancy (2013–current)

Biography

For 30 years in our district Wendy Reed has shown her commitment to our district, engaging people in government processes like public safety and land use planning.  She has served on regional boards and committees, built the local conservancy, managed a business support services business, and collaborated with local, state and federal agencies for community concerns.  She currently works as a part-time Administrator for the Antelope Valley Conservancy, a public benefit corporation that preserves natural habitat lands.  Reed's work and education (Master of Public Administration, California State University Northridge) have focused on the public good, public engagement, ethics, budgets, legal compliance, and helping people.  Reed has been married 29 years, her husband works in aerospace in Palmdale, and the couple have a grown son. 

Who gave money to this candidate?

Contributions

Total money raised: $26,769

Top contributors that gave money to support the candidate, by organization:

1
Wendy Reed
$4,619
2
Employees of Lockheed Martin
$2,870
3
BRAND NEW CONGRESS and employees
$1,180
4
International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America
$1,000
5
Employees of Jfi
$850

More information about contributions

By State:

California 78.98%
North Carolina 7.56%
Connecticut 7.05%
Michigan 6.41%
78.98%

By Size:

Large contributions (70.00%)
Small contributions (30.00%)
70.00%30.00%

By Type:

From organizations (10.19%)
From individuals (89.81%)
10.19%89.81%
Source: MapLight analysis of data from the Federal Election Commission.

Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

Pay-to-play politics and corporate funding for political candidates has corrupted our self-governance.  We need to hit the reset button, elect qualified people from our communities to represent us, reverse or supersede Citizens United, move to publicly funded elections, and restore representational government. 

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