About Alanna

Gross wealth inequality is endangering our democracy.  We must get to the roots of this urgent problem. We can move beyond the political divide, affirming values of both freedom and fairness, to establish the ethics, rules and policies for economic democracy. – Alanna Hartzok, PA District 9

Welcome! We have just posted our Hartzok for Congress core campaign focus document in the ISSUES section: From Wealth Inequality to Economic Democracy.  Please take a look. Blog about it, tweet, post the link on Facebook, write an OpEd or Letter to the Editor of your local paper with this theme. Let Alanna know your thoughts via the Comments box, too.

We will be posting ISSUES documents throughout the month of August. The next one will be Campaign Finance Reform followed by: Energy & Environment; Quality Education; Food, Farms and Foreign Policy; Good Jobs for All; Taxation with Representation; Keep our Social Benefits; Strengthen Our Local Economies; and Real National Security. Send us your thoughts on these concerns. Sign up with the campaign and you will receive a notice as soon as each issue is posted. Let’s connect!

“As the Democratic Party candidate, I want to serve and represent all the people of PA District Nine. I will work for citizen’s participation in our democracy, good jobs for all, environmental protection and to remove the influence of big money in politics. The political paralysis in Washington has prompted me to step forward. I ask for your support and participation with the Hartzok for Congress team and campaign." – Alanna Hartzok

Alanna Hartzok is a District Nine native who has been active in civic and political issues her entire life, traveling extensively as an advocate for locally based economies and participatory democracy. Alanna Hartzok is a mental health professional, writer, thought leader and mobilizer for policies that address wealth inequality and the need for a fair market economy. She worked across party lines to attain a nearly unanimous PA legislative vote for tax reform, providing a new option for public finance to the 958 boroughs that are home to 2.6 million Pennsylvanians. She is a recipient of the International Earth Day Award. Her award-winning book, The Earth Belongs to Everyone, contains 30 of her articles and essays. Hartzok now looks forward to bringing the ideas she has garnered over the years back home as a Member of Congress. She invites all of us to imagine and then begin a peaceful, vibrant, positive way forward for all of us who live in the southern, central, and western counties of Pennsylvania that comprise Congressional District Nine.