1tudore259 karma2016-06-20 17:00:52 UTC
(1/2) To increase turnout by easing participation, would you support encouraging or requiring states adopt vote by mail1 and coordinating elections2 ?
(2/2) Based on the 2000 election, would you support nationally requiring we move to score voting (a.k.a. range voting)3 4 5 to prevent another Bush-Gore/Nader spoiler problem?
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1tudore107 karma2016-06-20 17:01:14 UTC
(1/4) Will you please abolish the sub-minimum wage for disabled workers1 ?
(2/4) Will you please support the Disability Integration Act 2 ?
(3/4) Will you please abolish asset caps that trap disabled people in poverty3 ?
(4/4) Will you please commit to making sure your site is accessible to disabled voters4 ?
1tudore66 karma2016-06-20 17:35:33 UTC
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1tudore63 karma2015-08-25 16:31:07 UTC
This answer has no specifics on what executive actions you would take, or what actions you would rescind in exchange for Congress giving in.
We need specifics to evaluate the likelihood of success. We can help you iterate and provide new ideas if we know what plans you've already developed.
Could you give us one example of something you would do?
1tudore61 karma2015-08-25 16:04:37 UTC
As President, you would have a range of unilateral powers at your disposal to implement reforms and gain political leverage.
You could offer clemency or pardon Chelsea Manning, Edward Snowden, and other whistleblowers. You could require radical transparency from government contractors. You could pursue federal-state, public-private partnerships to incentivize public and private experiments in anti-corruption reforms across the country and beyond.
What executive orders have you drafted?
What beneficial-but-unnecessary executive orders could you issue and promise to rescind in exchange for a recalcitrant Congress passing your essential reforms?
If your reforms are completely frustrated by Congress, what executive actions would you take before you resign?
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