Demand Policy Makers Commit to The Checklist to Support Student Loan Borrowers

Claiming to support student loan borrowers is not enough without action. Forty-four million borrowers are carrying over $1.3 trillion in student loan debt - they can no longer wait for change. This is why I am pushing my community and public policy leaders to act now.

I pledge to be a student loan voter, someone who supports affordable higher education and common sense solutions to the student debt crisis that is holding back our economy.

I pledge to push my representatives to uphold the policy reforms included in The Checklist to Support Student Loan Borrowers and to support 
policy makers as they work to make these reforms a reality.


Public policy makers must commit to fighting for the following reforms:


I pledge to be a Student Loan Voter and to support policy makers in their work to implement The Checklist to Support Student Loan Borrowers.


Learn More - studentdebtcrisis.org/checklist

Read More - thenation.com



This petition has a goal of 17500 signatures
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29187 Michelle Hite Star Valley, AZ
29186 Dana Mooney Pine Bluff, AR
29185 Gene Charles Walker oakdale, CA
29184 Kim Nichols New York, NY
29183 Gerald Guay Manchester, CT
29182 Britt Magnuson LOS ANGELES, CA
29181 Alicia Marsden Brooklyn, NY
29180 Kelly Byington Tucson, AZ
29179 Lacinda Wiles Kingwood, WV
29178 Mathew Bridges Clermont, FL
29177 Wendy Oldeen Highland Park, IL
29176 Mary Ann Leonard Bayville , NJ
29175 Karen Sullivan Clarksville, TN
29174 Connie Peterson Cape May CH, NJ
29173 Ian Walker Sheridan, IL
29172 Kushiaah James BIRMINGHAM, AL
29171 Eric Semmel Dedham, ME
29170 Keeli Harris Antioch, CA
29169 Jennifer Zorn ME
29168 Brandon Akamine IA
29167 Dorothy Ward Los Angeles, CA
29166 Casey Manahan San Leandro, CA
29165 Melissa Hickey Aibonito , PR
29164 Matthew Davin Greenwood, IN
29163 Mark Mast Akron, OH
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