2015 Fix California Challenge

Voting with Dollars

"Bruce Ackerman and Ian Ayres build on the example of the secret ballot and propose a system of "secret donation booths" for campaign contributions. They unveil a plan in which the government provides each voter with a special credit card account containing fifty "Patriot dollars" for presidential elections. To use this money, citizens go to their local ATM machine and anonymously send their Patriot dollars to their favorite ...more »

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2015 Fix California Challenge

Fair Campaign Funding Reform

Every candidate needs our vote to be elected but after election they become owned by corporations and lobbyists to do their bidding. The poor voter cannot compete with the billions of dollars that corporations and lobbyists can afford to spread around. And our representatives will never pass any kind of meaningful campaign reform. Therefore, I propose the following FAIR CAMPAIGN FINANCE REFORM (a California Constitutional ...more »

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Make all votes count through fair Electoral College reform

California has the largest number of Electoral College votes in the United States with 55. Like all but two states (Maine & Nebraska), CA awards its EC votes on a winner-take-all basis, nullifying the votes of MILLIONS of Californians every presidential election (exact same outcome as the popular vote). Since CA is one of the few states that has an independent commission to draw congressional districts, now is the time ...more »

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Break up our electoral college votes by county or popular vote

In every election I've seen, politicians only come to California with their hand out and give us nothing in return. In the meantime, "battle ground" states are flooded with billions of dollars to sway their votes because of the competitive split of voters . Desperate politicians pay attention to those states and focus all their promises and money on them. Democrats take California for granted and Republicans write off ...more »

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SeePolitical: Make Voting Fun and Easy

Trying to understand the complex language found on most ballots is frustrating and often results in uninformed voters approving unintended consequences, or low voter turnout. SeePolitical breaks the mold by offering unbiased entertaining educational content that informs and empowers voters in their native languages. Specifically, SeePolitical seeks to engage every voter and potential voter though original content ...more »

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