How do we build a Congress that shares our values? By helping elect those who want the same things we do and by educating every single Member of Congress through our persistent lobbying and advocacy efforts.
Global Solutions PAC works to elect federal candidates who support building effective democratic global institutions that will apply the rule of law while respecting the diversity and autonomy of national and local communities. Read more about the PAC, as well as how Citizens for Global Solutions members can contribute.
About the Global Solutions Political Action Committee:
Global Solutions Political Action Committee (PAC) is the political action committee of Citizens for Global Solutions. Global Solutions PAC raises funds for federal candidates who share our values, are engaged in competitive races, champion CGS’s policy goals on the Hill, and who lead important committees in Congress. Global Solutions PAC is not affiliated with any political party and only accepts contributions from Citizens for Global Solutions members.
Updates & Resources:
CGS-Endorsed Candidate Joe Sestak Wins PA Senate Primary!
In a thrilling come-from-behind upset, Representative Joe Sestak (D-PA), a longtime champion of CGS issues who has served in the House of Representatives since 2007, defeated incumbent Senator Arlen Specter in the Pennsylvania Democratic Senate primary on May 18th.
Who has Global Solutions PAC Endorsed so far in 2010?
The 2010 campaign season has begun in earnest, and Global Solutions PAC has kicked off its endorsement and contribution process for the year. So far, we have endorsed both incumbents and challengers who share CGS’s priorities and dedication to international issues and multilateral cooperation.
CITIZENS FOR GLOBAL SOLUTIONS' CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE
Citizens for Global Solutions' 2010 Congressional Candidate Questionnaire is a valuable tool for learning what positions Congressional candidates take on issues ranging from international health and climate change to peacekeeping, prosecuting acts of heinous violence, and creating a UN Emergency Peace Service (UNEPS) that would rapidly respond to man-made and natural disaster. It is also a tool to educate candidates, including incumbents, on global issues. If you are one of the many Americans who care about a candidate’s position on foreign policy issues, check out the candidate questionnaires!
Download the 2010 Congressional Candidate Questionnaire
If a candidate in your area hasn't sent us a candidate questionnaire yet, you can direct them to www.globalsolutions.org/pac or download a PDF copy it and send it to him or her as a constituent. Asking candidates to respond to Citizens for Global Solutions' 2010 Candidate Questionnaire is an important action. It informs them about important global issues that you care about, and when they respond you will know where they stand.
Questionaire Archive - See previous candidate questionnaire responses from the 2004, 2006 and 2008 Congressional elections.