Constituents are used to seeing all types of lousy campaign ideas around election time, but liberal independent candidate Mike Itkis has set a new low hoping to draw attention. And is running his campaign on sex; his website says he will take a “sex-positive approach” in his Domestic policy, which includes legalizing sex work. Itkis is hoping to unseat Democrat Rep. Jerrold Nadler who is serving his 15th term in Congress.

His campaign website states that, if elected, he would take a "sex positive approach," which includes legalizing sex work.

Over the Summer, Itkis uploaded a 13 minute video titled “Bucket List Bonanza” to Porn Hub featuring himself having sex with porn performer Nicole Sage. He told City & State that the video would serve as “a conversation piece,

“I’m kind of a nerd who doesn’t like to be the center of attention if I can avoid it. But I thought the issues I’m trying to address are so important… I wanted to have my issues talked about in some way” he said.

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Itkis is campaigning on his belief that “men should not be required to support biological children without prior agreement.” He also suggests that the abortion debate should be reframed as a right to unplanned sex and a “right to NOT become a parent in case of pregnancy.”
Itkis insisted the point of making the video was to explore contradictory laws and court decisions dealing with sex in what appears to be a desperate move to find more supporters.

“You gotta do what you gotta do,” Republican candidate ​​Mike Zumbluskas told City & State. “The media ignores everybody that’s not a Democrat in the city.” 

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