DAN WHITFIELD FOR US SENATE – Replace Tom Cotton!
“As your representative, I promise I will always fight for my constituency. Not just for those who have voted for me, but all Arkansans in total.”
“We are a grassroots campaign whose goal is to give Arkansans their voices back by removing special interest money from politics. If we are going to take on corrupt and heavily bribed candidates, we will need everyone’s help! “
Isn’t it about time we confront the ugly truth that money/campaign contributions buy favors? The Koch brothers spent $400,000,000 in 2018 to help political candidates get elected, in exchange for a $50,000,000,000 tax break. That is a factual example of a single billionaire family influencing our legislative branch. We the people are the lifeblood of this grand democratic experiment that our forefathers envisioned, not a nation of expendable chattel indentured to wealthy campaign contributors. Most of the bills passed are written by lobbyists, not the men and women that we elect whom are supposed to represent us.
At the end of the day, isn’t your congressman YOUR employee? And as such, what did your congressman do last week? What are they doing this week? Shouldn’t you know… they work for YOU?!
As your representative, I promise I will always fight for my constituency. Not just for those who have voted for me, but all Arkansans in total. As such, I would employ multiple technologies to not only allow you to voice your opinion, but also have it counted, just like your vote counted.
*The true majority vote of my constituents shall determine how I vote on every topic before me. But one vote, the peoples’ opinion is the outcome, with a caveat of course. On topics where there is little or no interest expressed by more than 30% of constituents voting on the website I intend to create for this purpose, or by phone, I will vote for what I believe is in the best interest of our area and the country, creating a hybrid of Representative-Democracy.
*Today’s technology allows for the ease, speed, and accuracy to accomplish this cheaply — it is my intention that this becomes business-as-usual in Congress, giving citizens a more direct voice. Someone just must be the first to implement this policy.
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