Lots of good candidates in this race (see:Liz Watson) and heres another, Indiana based Our Revolution backed Dan Canon:
Dan Canon was fighting Trumpism long before he became a Congressional candidate.
In 2016, as America entered the era of Trump, Canon was among the first to use his experience and legal expertise to take on the violent, racially charged movement that manifested around Donald Trump by suing the then candidate for inciting violence.
“At the time that we filed suit, it did not look like Mr. Trump was even going to be the nominee for the Republican party, let alone president of the United States.” Canon told Mic in an interview. “But he doesn’t get to escape civil liability for the stuff that he did on the campaign trail. He still needs to be held accountable.”
At a Trump rally in Louisville, Kentucky, in March 2016, a known white nationalist and several Trump supporters allegedly roughed up and ejected three protesters who briefly disrupted the rally. The Trump supporters claimed at the time to have been inspired by Trump’s own call to eject and assault protesters.
Shortly after the event the three protesters — Henry Brousseau, Kashiya Nwanguma and Molly Shah — moved to sue their alleged assailants and the president himself for the incident.
Canon, a local civil rights attorney at the time, stepped up to represent one of the protesters in a case against the man who would go on to become president of the United States. Today, Canon is still working the case as it works its way through the courts, even as he prepares to run for Congress as a Democrat in Indiana’s 9th Congressional District.
Just a few issues mentioned onCanon For Indiana:(which I suggest you visit)
*•Universal healthcare as a right for all people, beginning with basic transparency and cost controls along with a public option that is basically a Medicare expansion; ultimately phasing in a true single-payer system over time.
*•Nationwide paid parental, family, and sick leave through an expansion of the federal Family Medical Leave Act, similar to the programs currently in place in Washington state, New York state, and elsewhere.
•An immediate and substantial increase in the minimum wage, and the creation of an independent commission to determine and recommend an appropriate minimum living wage by region.
•Comprehensive campaign finance reform, including a constitutional amendment to overturn the Citizens United decision; ultimately strengthening democracy by moving to low-cost, publicly financed campaigns.
•Removal of marijuana as a Schedule I substance under the Controlled Substances Act, and ultimately the cessation of all federal criminal regulation of cannabis.
•Abolition of private prisons and a prohibition on involvement by private, for-profit corporations in any way within the carceral system, particularly with regard to inmate healthcare.
•Defense of a woman’s right to make her own health decisions and support for policies proven to lower demand for abortion while being resolute in the commitment to reproductive freedom for all; safe, legal, and accessible abortion; repeal of the Hyde Amendment; fully subsidized coverage of contraception as well as quality pre-/post-natal care.