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WHO IS THE POLICY COMMITTEE

All six members of the LaRouchePAC policy committee are experienced candidates for public office in the United States. Lyndon LaRouche formed the Policy Committee as a leadership body within LaRouchePAC in December 2011 on the eve of the national elections in 2012 for the purpose of running a unified national campaign on a common platform to force a change in the political agenda of the United States. Members of the Policy Committee have won significant victories in their campaigns for public office, including Kesha Rogers who was twice elected as Democratic nominee for federal Congress in the 22nd District of Texas. Rogers also ran a high-profile and hotly contested campaign for U.S. Senate in Texas in 2014. The members of the Policy Committee serve as a representative policy-making group from across the United States working directly with Lyndon LaRouche on a weekly basis to develop the strategy needed to lead the American people.

Kesha Rogers (TX)

Kesha Rogers twice won the Democratic nomination for federal Congress in the 22nd District of Texas in both 2010 and 2012, running on the campaign “Save NASA, Impeach Obama.” In 2014, Rogers ran a campaign for U.S. Senate which received significant national attention.
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Rachel Brinkley (MA)

Rachel Brinkley (née Brown) ran a very high-profile campaign in 2010 against Barney Frank on a platform of restoring Glass-Steagall, debating Barney Frank on live statewide television on the subject. She ran again in 2012, making the Glass-Steagall Act a national issue.
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Michael Steger (CA)

Michael Steger ran in 2014 for US Congress in San Francisco as part of a unified campaign with Kesha Rogers’ campaign for Senate in Texas in order to the address the emergency drought crisis plaguing the western territories of the United States, and to reach across the Pacific to Asia.
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David Christie (WA)

Dave Christie ran for US Congress in the 2012 elections in Washington as part of the unified national campaign of measures needed to save the United States economy as specified by Lyndon LaRouche, emphasizing the crucial role of the productive capability of the Pacific Northwest.
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Bill Roberts (MI)

Bill Roberts has run twice for Congress in Detroit, Michigan in 2012 and 2014. In his 2012 campaign, Roberts testified before the Detroit City Council, warning that failure to restore the Glass-Steagall Act would result in the bankruptcy of cities across the country, including the city of Detroit.
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Diane Sare (NJ)

Diane Sare has run multiple camaigns in New Jersey, twice for US Congress and once for governor against Chris Christie. In her several campaigns, Sare has put a significant emphasis on the revival of classical music, sponsoring public concerts, herself performing as both a singer and trombonist.
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