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.  

What issue are you most passionate about?


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  • Meghan VanDerworp
    answered 2018-07-16 10:18:15 -0400
    Q: What issue most influences your vote?
    A: Climate Change
  • Meghan VanDerworp
    answered 2018-07-16 10:17:33 -0400
    Q: What issue are you most passionate about?
    A: Corruption in Government
  • Guy Hopkins
    answered 2018-07-14 20:58:21 -0400
    Q: Please elaborate on your choice and position...
    A: The Economy, Climate Change, Healthcare, Electoral Reform , Education, Campaign Finance Reform, Term Limits,  Lack of Good Candidate choices, Corruption in Government,  Gerrymandering, Gun Control, Polarization in Politics, Equal Rights, Energy, Independence, Foreign Policy, everything. All of these issues are extremely important. Since November 2016, this country has been involved in utter chaos, at the verge of wars across the planet, and the economy going to be placed on borders of 1929 collapse. Yes, I have concerns
  • Guy Hopkins
    answered 2018-07-14 20:48:34 -0400
    Q: What issue are you most passionate about?
    A: Other
  • Robert Kuhn
    answered 2018-07-11 21:50:17 -0400
    Q: Please tell us a brief example of what position you would have us take?
    A: Being a centrist, free-thinking party should have some form of articulation on the aversion to polarization. Being a haven for the middle, and outlet for discourse, is something’s that should spur on the MWP to higher planes of debate. To fully articulate I’d suggest the something along the lines of the following.

    The MWP stands against political polarization. The extreme black and white perspectives presented by majority thinkers leads to a divisive battlefield in the government. The taking on of these positions as identity has discouraged debate and promoted the representation of the elite. In the empowering of the free-thinking citizenry, the MWP stands for beneficial discourse and reason for the purpose of protecting the rights of the individuals the government is supposed to represent.
  • Robert Kuhn
    answered 2018-07-11 21:44:41 -0400
    Q: Which issue is most needed to be added or expanded as a plank in our party's platform?
    A: Polarization in Politics
  • Robert Kuhn
    answered 2018-07-11 21:44:21 -0400
    Q: Please elaborate on your choice and position...
    A: It is the same reasoning as before. If the focus is on addressing the polarization, then discourse can properly begin.
  • Robert Kuhn
    answered 2018-07-11 21:43:38 -0400
    Q: What issue most influences your vote?
    A: Polarization in Politics
  • Robert Kuhn
    answered 2018-07-11 21:43:00 -0400
    Q: Please elaborate on your choice and position...
    A: All of the topics can make progress with the tackling of political polarization. The channels opened through the overcoming of polarization would start all other issues in dialogue which, if handled correctly, would benefit the people.
  • Robert Kuhn
    answered 2018-07-11 21:41:01 -0400
    Q: What issue are you most passionate about?
    A: Polarization in Politics
  • Rohit Iyer
    answered 2018-06-25 23:52:42 -0400
    Q: Please elaborate on your choice and position...
    A: I strongly advocate for the 2nd Amendment and believe that the increased existence of gun laws only increases risks of mass shootings. I support the basis of the 2nd amendment for self-defense and defense against tyrannical government. It shows that increase in gun ownership in the past has resulted in decrease in violent crime says FBI statistics.
  • Rohit Iyer
    answered 2018-06-25 23:49:49 -0400
    Q: What issue are you most passionate about?
    A: Gun Control
  • Dillon Shash
    answered 2018-06-15 09:41:21 -0400
    Q: Please tell us a brief example of what position you would have us take?
    A: In concordance with the party’s value of common sense thinking, personal viewpoints aside, the destruction of unborn fetuses is wrong. It is not a right, nor is it a women’s decision. Fetuses are human are deserve to live freely just as every other citizen of the U.S. is able to do. Cases of rape and negative health outcomes for the mother are exceptions and should be able to be decided by the mother. Killing is wrong, there is no way around this.
  • Dillon Shash
    answered 2018-06-15 09:36:42 -0400
    Q: Which issue is most needed to be added or expanded as a plank in our party's platform?
    A: Abortion
  • Dillon Shash
    answered 2018-06-15 09:36:25 -0400
    Q: Please elaborate on your choice and position...
    A: Modern bipartisan candidates, as well as candidates in major third parties, are untruthful and lacking in morality and rational thinking.
  • Dillon Shash
    answered 2018-06-15 09:32:38 -0400
    Q: What issue most influences your vote?
    A: Lack of Good Candidate choices
  • Dillon Shash
    answered 2018-06-15 09:31:40 -0400
    Q: Please elaborate on your choice and position...
    A: Morally and politically against abortion in almost all cases. Vaccinations should be required to attend public school. Mental health requires more funding at the national level.
  • Dillon Shash
    answered 2018-06-15 09:29:37 -0400
    Q: What issue are you most passionate about?
    A: Healthcare
  • Anne Atkins
    answered 2018-05-20 17:03:04 -0400
    Q: Please tell us a brief example of what position you would have us take?
    A: If big money is not eliminated from campaigns and lobbying we will not see fair and healthy change to the way government is legislating and voting. Special interests are dominating over the majority good.
  • Anne Atkins
    answered 2018-05-20 17:00:20 -0400
    Q: Which issue is most needed to be added or expanded as a plank in our party's platform?
    A: Campaign Finance Reform
  • Anne Atkins
    answered 2018-05-20 16:59:39 -0400
    Q: Please elaborate on your choice and position...
    A: I had a hard time choosing only one topic when I have strong issues with many of them. I think equal rights covers best in that I believe we all deserve to be represented equally in all concerns of our nation – healthcare, education, the economy, freedom from persecution for gender identification and equal treatment, fair working rights and wages, attention to climate change to our environments to name a few.
  • Anne Atkins
    answered 2018-05-20 16:52:31 -0400
    Q: What issue most influences your vote?
    A: Equal Rights
  • Anne Atkins
    answered 2018-05-20 16:43:49 -0400
    Q: Please elaborate on your choice and position...
    A: Big money donations are “buying” our elections and politicians; votes are cast based on how much money is being donated. Change for the majority good will not happen until special interests are eliminated.
  • Anne Atkins
    answered 2018-05-20 16:41:08 -0400
    Q: What issue are you most passionate about?
    A: Campaign Finance Reform
  • jon nepstad
    answered 2018-05-18 09:04:12 -0400
    Q: What issue are you most passionate about?
    A: Gerrymandering
  • Randy Riviere
    answered 2018-05-15 21:04:59 -0400
    Q: Please tell us a brief example of what position you would have us take?
    A: Landscape conservation and protection.
  • Randy Riviere
    answered 2018-05-15 21:04:37 -0400
    Q: Which issue is most needed to be added or expanded as a plank in our party's platform?
    A: Other
  • Randy Riviere
    answered 2018-05-15 21:04:18 -0400
    Q: Please elaborate on your choice and position...
    A: Why can’t we agree to disagree and go grab a beer … ?
  • Randy Riviere
    answered 2018-05-15 21:03:37 -0400
    Q: What issue most influences your vote?
    A: Polarization in Politics
  • Randy Riviere
    answered 2018-05-15 21:02:35 -0400
    Q: Please elaborate on your choice and position...
    A: I’m concerned about the fate of our natural landscape. It is an important part of our national character … who we are. Our wildlife are an important component of who we are and what our priorities should be. Certainly we need a strong economy. Balance should be achieved between landscape requirements and our economy. We can no more follow the impractical rantings of many environmental activists than we can leave our well being up to business America and expect to be okay. I am a strong proponent of the policies of T Roosevelt including landscape protection and conservation … also that business and politics should be separate … can you imagine?!