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Thomas Linnell

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  • answered 2018-05-20 04:10:29 -0400
    Q: What trait is most important to you for an elected leader, such as a mayor, governor and president?
    A: Negotiator

    Traits of a Leader

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  • answered 2017-11-08 21:37:05 -0500
    Q: Please elaborate on your choice and position...
    A: I believe that Congress needs to have term limits, so we don’t have career politicians. The longer a member of the Congress the more the old ways stay, and if term limits were in place, you would have newer ideas, and fresher faces, and with people who know exactly what is going on outside of DC

    What Issue are you passionate about?

    What issue are you passionate about?  What issue matter the most to you when you vote?  Which issue would you prefer our party add or expound more upon with in our party platform?  Please fill out this survey in order to best inform our party and candidates where our members and electorate stand to better represent the people.  

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  • signed Petition 2016-05-15 00:59:11 -0400

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    I support passage of the American Anti-Corruption Act -- model legislation designed as a standard for action to blunt the corrupting effect of political contributions at the the local, state and federal level.

    I believe lobbying and ethics laws must be reformed; political fundraising must be transparent and donors must be publicly disclosed; and a system of citizen-funded elections must be installed. 

    I endorse all efforts to reverse the Supreme Court's decisions in the Citizens United and McCutcheon cases, and pledge to do all I can as a citizen to return control of my government to the hands of The People.

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  • signed up on Action 2016-05-15 00:49:59 -0400

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