The Speaker Education Project believes that Congress can bridge its divide by selecting a strong, non-partisan individual from outside of Washington's political arena as its next leader. This type of transformation must begin at the local level, through engaged citizens actively questioning candidates about their stance on this critical issue. You have the power to help educate voters about the race for Speaker of the House, and have an impact on the choices the candidates in your district make by simply getting involved.
The Speaker Education Project is a non-partisan education group that is asking each Congressional candidate the question, "If elected in November, whom do you support for Speaker of the House?" All candidates, both Democrat and Republican, are asked the same question.
The Speaker is 3rd in line for the Presidency and controls the legislative agenda. This is the first vote a Congressperson takes so it is a very important question to ask.
Follow candidates in the Indiana 9th Congressional District at:
• Todd Young (R), candidate in IN 9 - Speaker Education Project
All videos can be found on the Speaker Education Project website at www.speakereducationproject.com. It is interesting to see what answers the candidates give - or if they are elusive.
Again, this is a non-partisan, educational group that does not support any candidates. Check the group out on Facebook as well for more information.
The Speaker Education Project is a nonprofit effort dedicated to educating the public about the office of Speaker of the House of Representatives, and highlighting the fact that non-Congressmen are eligible to serve in the chamber's top position.
The Speaker Education Project is a project of Americans for Limited Government. Americans for Limited Government (www.getliberty.org) is a 501c(4) and neither endorses nor opposes candidates for public office.