National School Reform Leader, Kevin Chavous U.S. Representative, Eric Cantor U.S. Representative, Kristi Noem

Economic Opportunity

An entrepreneurial, competitive spirit is what drives us, and it's the recipe for prosperity.

National School Reform Leader, Kevin Chavous

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Why We Exist

Why We Exist

Gen Equity exists to evaluate political impact and opportunities in two main categories: commitment to and knowledge of our issues (economic opportunity, education, global security), and the history and potential for a meaningful relationship between the cause/leader and our Members/organization. Through the process of evaluation we determine the approach that will lead to Gen Equity PACs making a long-term and impactful difference.

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Our Approach

  1. Identify key problems
  2. Use the strength of our network
  3. Provide intellectual & capital base to ensure success
  4. Evaluate impact

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Blog

October 3, 2012 - They Retort, You Decide

"As a presidential candidate in the 2008 cycle, Romney . . . was battered by charges of flip-flopping . . . McCain uncorked this memorable put-down: 'We disagree on a lot of issues, but I agree: You ARE the candidate of change.

October 3, 2012 - How Michelle Rhee Is Taking Over the Democratic Party

"Rhee, the controversial former Washington, D. C. , schools chancellor known for her hard-charging style, has worked with Republican governors to push her reform ideas in states across the country.

September 13, 2012 - Understanding Entitlement Reform

– By Bailey Cuzner, Gen Next Director of Mission Programs When trying to understand our great country’s biggest threat to economic growth, one must explore the Everest that is Entitlements. Since not all of us are as well-versed in political mumbo jumbo, I thought I’d outline the issue.

Economic Opportunity

An entrepreneurial, competitive spirit is what drives us, and it's the recipe for prosperity.

National School Reform Leader, Kevin Chavous

Global Security

Overcoming 21st century challenges demand that US defense and foreign policy are innovative and visionary and ensure that the US remains most respected, feared, and admired in the world.

U.S. Representative, Eric Cantor

Education

At a time when global competition is fierce, we are less prepared for excellence. We want to reverse that.

U.S. Representative, Kristi Noem