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  • commented 2016-05-02 03:29:53 -0400
    I am writing you to recommend incorporating regular charity work into your campaign schedule. Performing charity across multiple communities with staffers and volunteers on a (semi-/bi-)weekly basis would not only be helpful to the communities in and of themselves, but would help intimately familiarize everyone with the needs of their neighbors and fellow citizens.

    Professor Hahrie Han of the University of California has analyzed political mobilization and organization – researching groups like the Obama ’08 campaign team and pro-life activist groups – and has found that non-political social and volunteer activities help to create a sense of community and recruit less-political supporters. You can review a brief 30-minute summary of her research in Organizing for Leadership:

    Her research is borne out by the experience of former Rep. Tom Perriello who won a hostile district in Northern Virginia in ‘08. During his ’08 campaign, fmr. Rep. Tom Perriello promised to tithe 10% of his volunteers’ hours to local charities and ultimately triumphed over incumbent Republican Rep. Virgil Goode.

    Thank you for your consideration.
  • commented 2016-03-24 06:10:00 -0400
    Please strengthen your public funding proposal by adopting the American Anti-Corruption Act.

    While small donor matching is a step forward, because of huge racial and gender wealth gaps, simple matching funds would not be sufficient to help disenfranchised groups gain entree to political influence on par with wealthier groups.

    The American Anti-Corruption Act proposes biennal tax-rebates of $100 that each registered voter may use to contribute to federal candidates, political parties and political committees.

    This system would ensure disproportionately minority and female low-income voters would be able to give enough to meaningfully influence their Representatives.

    For more on the American Anti-Corruption Act, please visit this link:

    Thank you for your time.
  • commented 2016-03-23 02:48:36 -0400
    I am writing to encourage the campaign to develop a government reform platform by banning gerrymandering through (1) adopting the Ranked Choice Voting Act proposed by FairVote and (2) modifying the legislation to require Reweighted Range Voting.

    Currently, voters across the country are denied the ability to vote for candidates who represent their policy preferences because their state legislatures have drawn up districts to help their party win as many seats as possible.

    Adopting multimember districts would effectively end the practice of the House choosing their voters, instead of voters choosing their Representatives.

    Adopting Range Voting (a.k.a. Score Voting) would not only solve the problem of spoilers seen in California’s jungle primary system, while maintaining the benefits of expanding voter’s choices and ensuring competitive races.

    For more information on each of the proposals, including Nobel laureate Dr. Kenneth Arrow’s explanation of why score voting is the best available voting system according to his prize-winning work, you can visit the following sites:

    Thank you for your time.
  • commented 2016-01-04 01:57:30 -0500
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