Who Does Pat Tiberi Represent?
When money equals speech economic inequality results in political inequality. Tiberi has nearly $2.5 million in his campaign coffers–almost all of it “legalized bribery” from large corporations. The Green Party serves the people and does not accept corporate PAC contributions. Click “Get Details” for a list of Tiberi’s real constituents.
Get The Word Out !!
The Hart for Congress campaign will be handing out leaflets this summer at festivals and farmers markets. I could use your help getting the word out at these and other events, including some I can’t make. If you can help distribute fliers at local events please contact us. Send an email to HartforCongress@gmail.com to volunteer and get more details. Thanks.
I’m a life long activist committed to economic and social justice. I earned my BA in sociology from Kent State University and my law degree from Ohio State. I’ve been an attorney in private practice, a Franklin County public defender representing indigent defendants, and for many years I prosecuted companies defrauding consumers as a lawyer in the Consumer Protection Section of the Attorney General’s Office.Full Bio Photos
What voters are saying
I decided to register Green when I read their platform. It was everything I believed. I personally know Bob Hart, and he has the ethics and experience to carry forth the Green agenda–which is good for the people and the planet and our economy. Voting for Bob Hart is a vote I look forward to casting!
I have been involved with the Ohio Green Party ever since they unanimously voted to approve a resolution against the Second Gulf War in 2003 and have served 2 terms on the Franklin County Central Committee. I am supporting Bob Hart because I believe that he is totally committed to all the Green Party Values and is working hard to promote them. He is a serious and qualified candidate. He is definitely a pro-peace and justice candidate. You will often see him at the corner of 161 and North High promoting Peace, Not War with other Central Ohioans for Peace.
I’m registered GREEN because I’m no longer willing to vote for the lesser of two evils. I now vote according to what I really believe and support. Bob is getting my vote.
I am green most likely because my maternal grandfather was an organic farmer. I used to read old copies of organic gardening from Emmaus publisher when growing up and was always impressed by people who cared about the environment and taking care of the natural beauty that surrounds them.
I am a Green because the Green Party is the only organized political party in America today that is serious about ending constant warfare, reforming our broken criminal justice system, and protecting civil liberties. Greens put people before profits every time, and that’s the way it should be.
I’m voting Green because I prioritize people over corporations, sustainable cooperation over reckless exploitation, and bountiful peace over endless war. Bob’s candidacy allows me to make a meaningful vote in the gerrymandered 12th district.