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Here's another campaign issue, along with candidate stances. This is basically an issue that separates the level of establishment and anti-establishment candidates. 

FL: We need total political and electoral reform to bring power to the people and working class! Abolish electoral college [Sanders]

L: We must make an effort at political and electoral reform, abolish the electoral college and curb corruption. [KHarris, Gabbard, Garcetti, Steyer, Warren, ShBrown, Schultz, Grayson, Franken, Newsom, Cuomo, Moulton]

CL: For the most part, everything is fine. We must make some minor changes towards political and electoral reform. [Biden, Chafee, Castro, Gillibrand, Heinrich, Buttigieg]

C: Everything is fine as it is. [Kasich, Graham, Rubio, Martinez, Huntsman, McAuliffe, O'Malley, Edwards, Bullock, Booker, HClinton]

CR: For the most part, everything is fine. Some reform is okay, as long as our valued institutions are still influential. [Cruz, Collins]

R: We must make reform to make sure elections are not rigged, but things are otherwise mostly fine. [Trump, Cotton, Sasse]

FR: We need major political and electoral form, but this must be done through the state level or through independent committees, rather than by the state government. [Paul]

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42 minutes ago, vcczar said:

Here's another campaign issue, along with candidate stances. This is basically an issue that separates the level of establishment and anti-establishment candidates. 

FL: We need total political and electoral reform to bring power to the people and working class! Abolish electoral college [Sanders]

L: We must make an effort at political and electoral reform, abolish the electoral college and curb corruption. [KHarris, Gabbard, Garcetti, Steyer, Warren, ShBrown, Schultz, Grayson, Franken, Newsom, Cuomo, Moulton]

CL: For the most part, everything is fine. We must make some minor changes towards political and electoral reform. [Biden, Chafee, Castro, Gillibrand, Heinrich, Buttigieg]

C: Everything is fine as it is. [Kasich, Graham, Rubio, Martinez, Huntsman, McAuliffe, O'Malley, Edwards, Bullock, Booker, HClinton]

CR: For the most part, everything is fine. Some reform is okay, as long as our valued institutions are still influential. [Cruz, Collins]

R: We must make reform to make sure elections are not rigged, but things are otherwise mostly fine. [Trump, Cotton, Sasse]

FR: We need major political and electoral form, but this must be done through the state level or through independent committees, rather than by the state government. [Paul]

Far Right should be worded: We need major political and electoral form, but this must be done through the state level or through independent committees, rather than by the FEDERAL government. [Paul]." You're use of the word 'state" in the context of two different levels of government could be confusing. That's my input.

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8 minutes ago, Patine said:

Far Right should be worded: We need major political and electoral form, but this must be done through the state level or through independent committees, rather than by the FEDERAL government. [Paul]." You're use of the word 'state" in the context of two different levels of government could be confusing. That's my input.

Oh that's actually what it says. That typo was my own when typing it out on here. Thanks for clarifying for others on here. 

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