Tim CanovaTim Canova
Activist, attorney, educator, commentator

Tim Canova has been challenging Wall Street banks and political corruption for most of his adult life.

As an activist, attorney, educator, and frequent commentator on the rigged economic and political systems that put Wall Street and multinational corporations first while leaving ordinary Americans behind, Tim is uniquely positioned to shake up Congress.


Tim Canova's appearances with Thom Hartmann

2 Mar 16 Why is DWS Welcoming Loan Sharks Into the DNC?
14 Jan 16 Finally! A Progressive Primary for Debbie Wasserman Schultz
14 Jan 16 The Progressive Challenge to #WasserGate

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