Richard Kim answered 2016-08-04 02:07:13 -0400Q: How often do you vote?
A: Every election, every two years.
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Richard Kim commented on Contact Us 2016-05-13 02:59:43 -0400I am voting by mail/absentee ballot. Reason for this contact is to find out
who I should vote for from my favorite political (Modern Whig) Party.
I just received the ballot packet yesterday (Thursday Afternoon). One vote
for the U S Senate, one vote for the U S House, one for state senate, one for
state assembly, seven judicial positions (#s 11, 42, 60, 84, 120, 158, and 165),
one for L A County District Attorney, one for Supervisor 2nd County District,
and lastly State Measure (Suspension of Legislature, Legislature Constitutional
Amendment). I have NOT casted my ballot yet and will NOT do so until I get
clear information(s) on which MWP candidates.
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Richard Kim signed Petition 2016-05-06 06:10:22 -0400I am so very fed up with the Donkey Party and the elephant
Party. What I am doing is way way over due (abandon the two
political party system). I am so glad to change my association
to the Whig Party and I have NO REGRETS. I hope one of these
days that MWP be successful in upper echelon elections.697 signatures
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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