Media - Call for Congress


“Everyone Has a Story”

The full length campaign ad from February tells the story of Jason Call's mother, who succumbed to an infection following a surgery after their health insurance denied her a longer stay at the hospital. It is just one of many stories we all have of when our healthcare system failed us and our loved ones. An activist for over thirty years, Jason believes that our common values can overcome corporate greed and build a better world for us all guaranteeing healthcare, education, and a habitable planet.

Interview with Hard Lens Media

In this May 26th interview with the Chicago-based podcast, Jason Call talks about the campaign, his differences with the incumbent, and his positions on a variety of issues like universal basic income.

Interview with the Accidental Activist

Chanda Masta, a Port Townsend-based activist, interviewed Jason Call on May 28th to talk about his three decade long record of fighting for progressive values.

Interview on The Young Turks

In November 2019, TYT host Cenk Uygur introduces the nation to Jason Call, a progressive challenger to the corporate Democratic incumbent in Washington's Second Congressional District.

Interview on The Humanist Report

Mike Figueredo sits down with Jason Call in this October 2019 interview to talk about why he's running for Congress and his thoughts on the emerging slate of progressive candidates around the country challenging the establishment.

Interview on The Convo Couch

In this July 2020 interview with Fiorella Isabel at the Convo Couch, Jason discusses current events and his activist history including recent protests at the Capitol Hill Occupied Protest for the Black Lives Matter movement. This wide-ranging twenty minute conversation, Jason and Fiorella talk about #DefundThePolice, the current state of the Democratic Party following Bernie Sanders, and how he would govern in Congress.

Meet Progressive Party Endorsed Candidates

Joined by Stephenie “Fe” Mischo (Island County Commissioner Dist. 2), Taylor Zimmerman (Representative Pos. 2, LD-10), and Tyler Vega (Chair, Washington Progressive Party), Jason talks running as a progressive, the challenges of a grassroots campaign, policy ideas and analysis, and answers audience questions.

Interview with Our Revolution

Rhonda Walker, chair of Our Revolution: Washington, interviews Jason Call (32:00 to 45:00) to talk about the state of the race in the Second Congressional District.


Interview with Point Noted

In this May 2020 interview, Jason Call talks with New York City-based postcast Point Noted about his campaign for Congress, the issues he stands behind, his love for Bob Marley, and that one time he ripped apart a Confederate flag and what happened after.

Forum on Modern Monetary Theory

Joined by other progressive candidates from New Jersey and Florida, leading economics scholar Dr. Fadhel Kaboub facilitates a 90 minute forum on Modern Monetary Theory. MMT is a macroeconomic framework that says monetarily sovereign countries like the U.S., U.K., Japan and Canada are not operationally constrained by revenues when it comes to federal government spending. In other words, such governments do not need taxes or borrowing for spending since they can print as much as they need and are the monopoly issuers of the currency.


Climate Change Town Hall

In May 2020, Jason Call joined four other progressive candidates from New Jersey and Florida to discuss the climate crisis and the urgent comprehensive response we need in the form of a Green New Deal.

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