I’m Marcos Boyington

I’ve been a software engineer for most of my life and never seriously considered running for office until Andrew Yang and the #YangGang.

I’m the father of three young kids. I know that the country my kids will inherit is going to be very different from the one I grew up in. I want to know I did everything in my power to create the kind of future our children deserve: one with opportunity, without crisis, and with all Americans united.

I am running for Senate because I believe pragmatism, cooperation, leaning on the experts, and the policies below are how we achieve that hopeful future.


Freedom Dividend: $1000 a month to help end poverty, strengthen families, and mitigate job losses from the fallout of automation.

Ranked Choice Voting: Voters should feel confident voting for their preferred candidate, not pressured to vote for the one who’s most likely to win.

Congressional & Judicial Term Limits: Politicians should be citizen statesmen as our founding fathers intended, not career politicians in ivory towers.

Medicare for All: A serious medical condition shouldn’t result in bankruptcy; nor should fear of a medical emergency result in enslavement to an employer.

Value-Added Tax: A more efficient way of generating revenue with no loopholes which will help to fund the Freedom Dividend.

End Dark Money: There needs to be transparency in who is supporting a campaign, instead of secret funding through Super PACs

Democracy Dollars: Vouchers to spend on your favorite candidate to even the playing field against large corporations & wealthy individuals.

Phase-Out Farm Subsidies: High fructose corn syrup is an example of a subsidized food; cost should be determined by the cost of production. In a global economy, subsidizing our farmers no longer makes sense.