The RULES of REPRESENTATION
PART. I. CAMPAIGN CORRUPTION, LOBBYING
Section. 1. No PACS and big money donors:
Prevents favors in return for campaign contributions.
Section. 2. Prohibits public officials from using
government resources for campaigning:
Eliminates unfair advantages for incumbents.
… no private enrichment as a result of official actions,
or voting in matters presenting a conflict of interest:
Closes the corruption fostering “revolving door” to and from corporate and government jobs and elected office.
Section. 3. Prohibits lobbying and corruption:
Politicians will represent Citizens, not private interests.
PART. II. VOTING
Section. 1. Citizens 18 and over can vote:
Old enough to die for us; old enough to vote with us.
Section. 2. Makes voting mandatory:
Gets Citizens involved in their democracy.
… prohibits 1-click “blanket” voting for a party slate:
Encourages Citizens to be more informed and engaged.
… allows “write in” voting:
For candidates who miss deadlines or gain late support.
Section. 3. Preference and run off voting:
Ensures most popular candidate is elected; majority will.
Section. 4. Abolishes the Electoral College:
Takes power from elites and gives it back to the voters.