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Casting a Pro-Consumer Ballot This Fall

September 8, 2010

Before you vote, make sure your candidates are standing up for you, not the big banks and Wall Street.

Write to the Congressional and Senate candidates in your district today and ask them to endorse AFFIL’s Principles of Fairness in Lending.

If you hear back from either an incumbent or candidate running for the Senate or Congress, tell us by leaving a comment here!  Your news can help inform citizens’ decisions around the country.

(Photo: Theresa Thompson)

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3 Comments
  1. September 12, 2010 2:53 pm

    I am the Peace and Freedom Party candidate for U.S. Senate from California. I endorse AFFIL’s Principles for Fairness in Lending.

  2. Sally permalink
    September 20, 2010 10:27 am

    Cheryl Hudspeth (KS-2) has endorsed the AFFIL Principles of Fair Lending on her website.

    http://hudspeth2010.com/2010/09/371/

  3. September 21, 2010 12:52 am

    Scott Harper (www.Harper2010.com)is proud to endorse AFFIL’s Principles for Fairness in lending. His opponent took $1 million from Wall Street and voted FOR the $700 big bank bailout, AGAINST Wall Street Reform, AGAINST capping CEO pay, and AGAINST oversight of TARP funds… Americans can’t afford a 7th term of Judy Biggert’s favors to friends on Wall Street!

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