For government that's for the people, by the people.

For government that's for the people, by the people.

For government that's for the people, by the people. For government that's for the people, by the people. For government that's for the people, by the people.

Creating Unity in Congress is my First Priority!

Chad Baase for Congress 2020

Values You Believe In

You need a representative that will support your ideas, fight for the needs of your community and earn your respect. I truly care for our community, and look forward to representing it

The Platform

Serving The Community

Not socioeconomically elite

United By A Common Goal

Your candidate has been part of this community for many years, working to make it a better place.

United By A Common Goal

Not socioeconomically elite

United By A Common Goal

I knows the value of being connected. That's why I'm running for this position. To Help me give you a real voice in Congress

Not socioeconomically elite

Not socioeconomically elite

Advocating for more liberty and less regulation

While most candidates come from socioeconomically elite families I come from a working class family.   Seeing the struggles the average American faces on a daily basis allows me a window into seeing what needs fixed in Washington.   Making the American dream of business ownership a reality for millions of dedicated people who have feasible ideas but lack funding knowledge possible through the small business administration.

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Advocating for more liberty and less regulation

Advocating for more liberty and less regulation

Advocating for more liberty and less regulation

While many say that we need a law for this or a law for that,  I'm a firm believer that we need less laws or at least easier to navigate laws than are currently in place.   


When the government says that ignorance of the laws are no excuse yet constantly change the rules in which one one must live by is unacceptable yet has been par value for years. 

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Reversing Global Warming

Advocating for more liberty and less regulation

Reversing Global Warming

I will advocate to reverse climate change and support the American farmer in the process.  In 1941 Henry Ford made the first plant fiber based car.  This car could withstand the blow of a sledge hammer. The car was also fueled by ethanol.  Due to the $100 / oz. Tax on Hemp as cannabis was federally illegal Henry Fords idea died until Lotus in Europe created the Lotus Eco Elise. Due to government regulation created by Congress and failure to remove cannabis from the controlled substance act our government has poisoned the air that we breathe.  When a truck driver is arrested for transporting industrial hemp through another state to get to the processing plant is unacceptable.  


On 19 January 2010, Brazil‘s state-owned company Petrobras launched the world’s first ethanol-fired power plant. Situated in the city of Juiz de Fora, in the state of Minas Gerais, approximately 180km north of Rio de Janeiro, the plant generates electricity on a commercial scale using sugar cane-derived ethanol. The plant’s technology, engineering and field support was provided by General Electric (GE).


Dry Ice is a byproduct of Ethanol.   Using dry ice to reverse ocean warming is a major step towards reduction of hurricanes and natural disasters. 

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A Visionary

Advocating for more liberty and less regulation

Reversing Global Warming

While most of the elected leaders are worried about coloring inside the lines I'm interested in making change that we all can believe in.  We need to strive for better than par value and exceed what has been previously been done.  


Providing you with the tools for success rather than creating an ever changing set of rules you must follow is among my top priorities.  Working towards promoting entrepreneurship and making the American Dream Possible for millions of people is a major focus.  

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Reversing the Damage Joe Biden did as Senator in 1994

Reversing the Damage Joe Biden did as Senator in 1994

Reversing the Damage Joe Biden did as Senator in 1994

Joe Biden in 1994 introduced a "Crime Bill" that created the mass incarceration that we see today.  In his bait and switch bill he spent our tax dollars to build a massive amount of prisons,  create truth in sentencing laws that created mandatory minimums while leaving the financial burdon of running them on the states thereby draining the state coffers. Michigan for example spends $2 billion on the dept of corrections each year yet only gets $5 million from the federal government and that is for drug education. 

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Holding Government Officials Accountable

Reversing the Damage Joe Biden did as Senator in 1994

Reversing the Damage Joe Biden did as Senator in 1994

A prime example is Flint Michigan.  Republican or Democrat,  the upper echelons of Michigan government should have been held accountable and imprisoned under federal law for poisoning tens of thousands of people in the Flint Area. I propose to introduce laws that would in the future protect such a class of people. This is a prime example of redlining in today's society. What would be different if this was in a socioeconomically elite area instead of a city that has a prominent African American population? There should be no difference. 

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Fullfilling Alice Paul's Dream

Reversing the Damage Joe Biden did as Senator in 1994

Fullfilling Alice Paul's Dream

After 1920, Paul spent a half century as leader of the National Woman's Party, which fought for the Equal Rights Amendment, written by Paul and Crystal Eastman, to secure constitutional equality for women.  


The Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) was or is a proposed amendment to the United States Constitution designed to guarantee equal legal rights for all American citizens regardless of sex. It seeks to end the legal distinctions between men and women in matters of divorce, property, employment, and other matters.The first version of an ERA was written by Alice Paul and Crystal Eastman, and introduced in Congress in December 1923.


Congress currently has a poor dad mentality as described in Robert Kiyosaki's book,  "Rich Dad Poor Dad; What the rich teach their kids about money that the poor and middle class do not" in my opinion. Rather than just saying it can't be done,  we must ask "How can it be done?" I'm proposing to reintroduce this bill and put a 99 year ratification deadline on it as we know the speed of state government.