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A+: comprehensive democracy plan with impressive public financing plan, promise to fix democracy first
A: comprehensive democracy plan with a strong policy in each category
B: notable proposals but overall plan lacks depth regarding scope and/or implementation
C: few democracy reform proposals, campaign makes infrequent mentions of reform
D: no meaningful democracy plan
F: active opponent of democracy
Candidate Policy Positions
Everyone’s Vote Should Count (Equally)
- Statehood for D.C.
- Automatic voter registration
- Increase election security
Money in Politics
- Public financing of elections
- Overturn Citizens United
Biden has not pledged to fix democracy first.
Although he is in support of a few important reforms like automatic voter registration and statehood for D.C., his platform is relatively weak overall. The most notable piece of his democracy plan is public financing of elections, but he has yet to clarify the details of that proposal. Click here to see his full democracy reform platform.
Here are some policies he could adopt to improve his platform:
- Same-day voter registration
- Ranked-choice voting
- Representation for Puerto Rico
- Clarify his public financing plan
- End gerrymandering with independent redistricting commissions
- Eliminate the Electoral College
- Repeal discriminatory voter ID laws and other voter suppression policies
- A full end to felon disenfranchisement
If you want to see Joe Biden embrace these policies, check the bottom of the page for his staffers’ contact information.
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