The People’s House must represent and serve the people — not corporations and special interests.
MAGA extremists have already pledged to use the “People’s House” as the arena for a political circus that will ultimately undermine our democracy, harm our economy, and take away our communities’ core rights and freedoms — all in the pursuit of power.
That’s why we, the people, are pushing back. Courage For America — advised by a people-first Council of proud Americans, including veterans, educators, faith leaders, and community leaders from across the country — is a campaign designed to counteract, delegitimize, and shift the narrative around MAGA extremists’ sham-investigations, anti-democratic antics, fake scandals, and more. Together, we will hold them accountable so we can get back to the issues our communities care about.
We demand the House of Representatives work for us, not play politics with our country. Will you join us?
Randy Brockway lives in Tennessee and is a global human resources executive and community leader in Franklin.
Vice Mayor Peggy Bilsten
Vice Mayor Peggy Bilsten has spent her professional life advocating on behalf of human rights issues, both locally and internationally.
Jerome Hardaway is a Security Forces Air Force veteran who taught himself how to code before transitioning into software engineering.
Peter Lucier is a law school graduate and Marine Corps veteran living in St. Louis, Missouri.
Vic Bencomo is a father, Navy combat veteran, and gun violence prevention activist based in Denver, Colorado.
Carolyn Foote is a retired 39 year Texas educator and is a former teacher and librarian.
Reverend Dr. Cathy
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Steven Kling is a graduate of Texas A&M University and former Captain in the United States Army.
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Leah Cheston is a small business owner in Washington, DC.
Michael Fanone is an American law enforcement analyst and former Metropolitan Police Department officer who was severely injured while defending the Capitol against insurrectionists on January 6th, 2021.
Danielle Hindieh is a native New Yorker and a first generation American. She taught in public and private schools for 15 years before making a career change.