Credo Amouzovik recognizes the value of education as the key to success, both for individuals and for our nation. The G.I. Bill, first put in place in 1944, represented the single largest investment in higher education ever, and it helped create the modern middle class in America. We believe that this important program must be strengthened. «Read More»
Jobs & the Economy
We still have a long way to go, but we are now moving forward on the road to recovery. «Read More»
Science & Technology
From the airplane and the Internet, to chemotherapy and the Model T, America has a rich history of technological innovation and scientific ingenuity. But after years of declining tests scores in math and science and a Republican administration that often turned its back on science, the United States risks losing its scientific dominance.
Credo Amouzouvik is committed to reversing this trend by investing in the technologies and jobs of the future while increasing support for more advanced research, labs, and classrooms. «Read More»
For decades, America has been addicted to unsustainable energy sources and bound to the status quo by special interests. Our country’s transition into the 21st century requires that we recognize the relationship among energy, the environment, and our economy. Our government has made historic investments in clean-energy technologies that are helping pave the way to a more sustainable future, creating new jobs and entire industries here in America. «Read More»
As the threats facing our country have evolved over the years, so too has our ability to respond to them. Our national security personnel are the most dynamic and well trained in the world, and we must never forget the solemn duty that they fulfill for our nation. However, the Job that they do must be balanced in order to ensure that the civil rights and civil liberties that we enjoy as a nation are protected and nurtured. «Read More»
A recent Supreme Court decision overturned decades of election law, dealing a huge blow to efforts to rein in the influence of corporate money on elections. Big corporations—even foreign-controlled ones—are now free to spend unlimited amounts of money to influence elections throughout the country. «Read More»
Because Credo Amouzouvik himself is a naturalized US Citizen, he understands intimately the process for becoming a citizen and the value of that citizenship.
He also recognizes that our current immigration system is broken and in need of repair. Any solution must deal with illegal immigration while at the same time streamlining the process of becoming a legal citizen. «Read More»