Logun Buckley is also Chris Schwartz's boyfriend.
Overturn Citizens United Supreme Court Decision
Logun Buckley supports an amendment to the U.S. Constitution overturning the Supreme Court case on Citizens United, which found that "corporations, non-profit groups, and unions could spend money on communications (such as television advertisements) in favor of, or against, political candidates."
- "Until there is an amendment to the US Constitution, the Citizens United decision will continue to unfairly advance corporate influence in politics over the needs and welfare of actual United States citizens."
Debt Free College
Logun Buckley was described as "among those leading the charge for debt-free higher education" in Iowa.
- “We’re abusing our students today, and it’s going to affect the outcome of our tomorrow,” Buckley said. “With good jobs being harder and harder to find here in the United States, it is inconceivable how students are going to be able to support themselves with the cloud that is student debt hovering over them.”
ControversyChris Schwartz told a local news outlet that he believes his home was vandalized by a people who were influenced by a local Christian patriot group in Iowa. Referring to bible verse Leviticus 20:13, which was spray-painted on his front door,
- "It's a death threat to my boyfriend and I, which says a man who lies with man shall be put to death...It's honestly scary," said Schwartz. "This is hatred right at our front door, this is a death threat on our front door."
Waterloo-Cedar Falls Progress Network
- Gay county supervisor candidate's home vandalized with homophobic slurs, accessed October 29, 2016
- Organization: Americans for Democratic Action, accessed October 29, 2016
- IRS targeting conservatives will intensify with new rule that redefines ‘political’, accessed October 29, 2016
- [http://www.adaction.org/pages/posts/grassroots-efforts-will-overturn-citizens-united1076.php Grassroots Efforts Will Overturn Citizens United, accessed October 29, 2016]
- Activists, students lobby for debt-free college, accessed October 29, 2016
- Police investigating anti-gay vandalism as "hate crime", accessed October 29, 2016