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Marianne Williamson on Government Reform

 

 


DC should have representation in Congress

In terms of D.C., of course, you should have representation. I think when the founders said that D.C. should not have representation, they simply did not foresee a time when the kind of population in D.C. would exist as it does now. Absolutely D.C. should have representation.
Source: CNN Town Hall 2020 Democratic primary , Apr 14, 2019

Must address election security & Russian interference

Contrary to the way this president behaves, I would actually listen to the U.S. intelligence agencies. The U.S. intelligence agencies have an uncommon uniformity on this issue. They're very clear that there has been Russian interference. I will make it clear to the American people, number one, that I agree with our intelligence agencies that this is happening and, number two, that we're on it. In terms of the voting machines, we must have paper ballots. We absolutely must have paper ballots.
Source: CNN Town Hall 2020 Democratic primary , Apr 14, 2019

No voter ID; no politicized gerrymandering

IF I'M ELECTED, MY ADMINISTRATION WILL SUPPORT THE FOLLOWING:
Source: 2020 presidential campaign website Marianne2020.com , Apr 8, 2019

Establish public financing for federal campaigns

IF I'M ELECTED, MY ADMINISTRATION WILL SUPPORT THE FOLLOWING: A Williamson administration would work assiduously to address the above-mentioned external issues, and I would help the American people connect the dots, understand what has happened, and work in their own communities to save our democracy.
Source: 2020 presidential campaign website Marianne2020.com , Apr 8, 2019

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