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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
- Representation for D.C. and Puerto Rico
- Require paper ballots for federal elections
- Lower the voting age to 16
- Overturn Citizens United
Gabbard has not pledged to fix democracy first. Democracy reform is essentially absent from Gabbard’s campaign, but she has supported a few notable reform proposals during her time in congress.
Here are some policies she could adopt to improve her platform:
- Public financing of elections
- Repeal discriminatory voter ID laws and other voter suppression policies
- End gerrymandering with independent redistricting commissions
- Automatic voter registration
- Same-day voter registration
- A full end to felon disenfranchisement
- Ranked-choice voting
If you want to see Tulsi Gabbard embrace these policies, check the bottom of the page for her staffers contact information.
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