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'''Will Petrik''' is a  [[Columbus]], [[Ohio]] activist.
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'''Will Petrik''' is a  [[Columbus]], [[Ohio]] activist. Budget Researcher at [[Policy Matters Ohio]].
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Worked at [[Yes We Can: Columbus Working Families]].
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==Yes We Can Columbus==
 
==Yes We Can Columbus==
 
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The five challengers – [[Will Petrik]], [[Jasmine Ayres]], [[Erin Upchurch]], [[Amy Harkins]] and [[Abby Vaile]] – ran under the banner of “Yes We Can” and were backed by the [[Working Families Party]] and [[Our Revolution]]. <ref>[https://theintercept.com/2017/11/08/a-year-after-trump-democrats-socialists-and-populists-sweep-elections/?utm_content=buffer2abff&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer The Intercept,  
 
The five challengers – [[Will Petrik]], [[Jasmine Ayres]], [[Erin Upchurch]], [[Amy Harkins]] and [[Abby Vaile]] – ran under the banner of “Yes We Can” and were backed by the [[Working Families Party]] and [[Our Revolution]]. <ref>[https://theintercept.com/2017/11/08/a-year-after-trump-democrats-socialists-and-populists-sweep-elections/?utm_content=buffer2abff&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer The Intercept,  
 
A YEAR AFTER TRUMP, DEMOCRATS, SOCIALISTS, AND POPULISTS SWEEP ELECTIONS [[Zaid Jilani]], [[Ryan Grim]], [[Rachel M. Cohen]] November 8 2017]</ref>
 
A YEAR AFTER TRUMP, DEMOCRATS, SOCIALISTS, AND POPULISTS SWEEP ELECTIONS [[Zaid Jilani]], [[Ryan Grim]], [[Rachel M. Cohen]] November 8 2017]</ref>
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==Associated activists==
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[[Amanda Ferguson]], [[Lainie Rini]], [[Ben Wibking]] and [[Jessica Pantaleon Camacho]].<ref>[https://www.Facebook.com/centralohioworkercenter/photos/pb.212067142297413.-2207520000.1442444662./462938513876940/?type=1&theater, FB Central Ohio Worker Center August 23, 2015]</ref>
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[[Veralucia Mendoza Reno]], [[Nicholas Pasquarello]], [[Jen Mendoza]], [[Trent Ramsay Taylor]], [[Sean Nestor]], [[Will Petrik]], [[Kevin Zamora]] and [[Ramon Perez]],  [[Joe Motil]], [[Rashida Davison]] and [[Timothy Ralph Singratsomboune]],  [[Mario Cespedes]], [[Bhuwan Pyakurel]], [[Sylvia Vasquez]] and [[Inna Simakovsky]], [[Hannah Hartshorn]], [[Laura Jan]] and [[Mattie Reitman]], [[Carissa Reed]] and [[Eliana Verónica]], [[Rashida Davison]], [[Brad Holmes]], [[Cruz Bonlarron Martínez]] and [[Kelli Allen]], [[Bob Hart]], [[Ariel Miller]] and [[Rachel Anne Metzler]], [[Jeff Watters]], [[Simone Morgen]],  [[Connie Hammond]], [[Ryan Melusi Marchese]], [[Tim Chavez]],  [[Austin Kocher]], [[Kiwan R. Lawson]], [[Robert Studzinski]],  [[Thomas Lee]], [[Noel Andersen]], [[Mike Smalz]], [[Jeremy Baiman]],  [[Ruben Castilla Herrera]],  [[Stuart Desmond McIntyre]], [[JJ Verbino]], [[Nick Bates]],  [[Kimberly Michelle Pilcher]] [[Katie Conley Bates]],  [[Bob Roehm]],  [[Samuel Gresham]], [[Graham Spangler]], [[Coco Smyth]],  [[Akela Amber]], [[Andrew Neutzling]] and [[Cory White]], [[Byanka Aguirre Zaragoza]], [[Leticia Vazquez]], [[Indra Leyva]] and [[Marcos Olivarez]],  [[Darsy Amaya]], [[Lourdes Barroso De Padilla]], [[Lair Marin-Marcum]], [[Guadalupe Velasquez]], [[Anamaria Perales-Lang]], [[Rubén Castilla Herrera]], [[Ariana Ulloa-Olavarrieta]], [[Diana Pagan]], [[Paloma Enmei Martinez-Cruz]] and [[Frederick Luis Aldama]].
  
 
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==References==

Latest revision as of 12:50, 14 February 2020


Will Petrik is a Columbus, Ohio activist. Budget Researcher at Policy Matters Ohio. Worked at Yes We Can: Columbus Working Families.

Yes We Can Columbus

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Yes We Can Columbus Private Facebook group, As of February 14, 2020.

“Yes We Can”

A slate of progressive challengers in Columbus, Ohio, who took on incumbent Democrats for city council and school board lost their races.

The five challengers – Will Petrik, Jasmine Ayres, Erin Upchurch, Amy Harkins and Abby Vaile – ran under the banner of “Yes We Can” and were backed by the Working Families Party and Our Revolution. [1]

Associated activists

Amanda Ferguson, Lainie Rini, Ben Wibking and Jessica Pantaleon Camacho.[2]

Veralucia Mendoza Reno, Nicholas Pasquarello, Jen Mendoza, Trent Ramsay Taylor, Sean Nestor, Will Petrik, Kevin Zamora and Ramon Perez, Joe Motil, Rashida Davison and Timothy Ralph Singratsomboune, Mario Cespedes, Bhuwan Pyakurel, Sylvia Vasquez and Inna Simakovsky, Hannah Hartshorn, Laura Jan and Mattie Reitman, Carissa Reed and Eliana Verónica, Rashida Davison, Brad Holmes, Cruz Bonlarron Martínez and Kelli Allen, Bob Hart, Ariel Miller and Rachel Anne Metzler, Jeff Watters, Simone Morgen, Connie Hammond, Ryan Melusi Marchese, Tim Chavez, Austin Kocher, Kiwan R. Lawson, Robert Studzinski, Thomas Lee, Noel Andersen, Mike Smalz, Jeremy Baiman, Ruben Castilla Herrera, Stuart Desmond McIntyre, JJ Verbino, Nick Bates, Kimberly Michelle Pilcher Katie Conley Bates, Bob Roehm, Samuel Gresham, Graham Spangler, Coco Smyth, Akela Amber, Andrew Neutzling and Cory White, Byanka Aguirre Zaragoza, Leticia Vazquez, Indra Leyva and Marcos Olivarez, Darsy Amaya, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Lair Marin-Marcum, Guadalupe Velasquez, Anamaria Perales-Lang, Rubén Castilla Herrera, Ariana Ulloa-Olavarrieta, Diana Pagan, Paloma Enmei Martinez-Cruz and Frederick Luis Aldama.

References