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Government can work again, but only when Americans support and vote for individuals who will follow the principles of consensus-building.

Olympia's List congratulates all of its successful 2014 candidates on their election to the U.S. Congress.


Senate    
     
     
Alexander   Lamar Alexander
(Tennessee)

http://www.lamaralexander.com
https://www.facebook.com/lamaralexander
     
Capito   Shelly Moore Capito
(West Virginia)

http://www.capitoforsenate.com
https://www.facebook.com/ShelleyMooreCapitoForWestVirginia
     
Cochran   Thad Cochran
(Mississippi)

http://thadformississippi.com
https://www.facebook.com/thadforms
     
Collins   Susan Collins
(Maine)

http://www.susancollins.com
https://www.facebook.com/collins4senator
     
Graham   Lindsey Graham
(South Carolina)

http://www.lindseygraham.com
https://www.facebook.com/LindseyGrahamSC
     
     
     
House    
     
     
Curbelo   Carlos Curbelo
(U.S. House Candidate - FL - 26th district)

http://www.carloscurbelo.com
https://www.facebook.com/carloslcurbelo
     
Dold   Robert Dold
(U.S. House Candidate - IL - 10th district)

http://doldforcongress.com
https://www.facebook.com/doldforcongress
     
Joyce   David Joyce
(U.S. House Candidate - OH - 14th district)

http://joyceforcongress.com
https://www.facebook.com/DaveJoyceOH
     
Ose   Doug Ose
(U.S. House Candidate - CA - 7th district)

http://www.dougose.com
https://www.facebook.com/dougose2014
     
Valadao   David Valadao
(U.S. House Candidate - CA - 21st district)

https://www.valadaoforcongress.com
https://www.facebook.com/ValadaoforCongress
     
 
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America’s Youth: Wary of Government, Concerned for our Future

April 29, 2016

This week, the Harvard Institute of Politics (IOP) released the results of its latest survey of America’s 18-to-29 year-olds. Overall, their findings were not surprising: millennials are invested in the well-being of our nation, they are anxious about the future, and are deeply skeptical of government’s ability to solve problems.

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