. . of the People, by the People, for the People . .
Markedly reduce special interests
Markedly reduce fundraising
Involve constituents (YOU) more
Focus first on principles (only you can stop sound bites)
Principles drive policies (some consistency please)
Letters to Congress
Resolving our financial crisis sanely
Letters to Yuba City City Council
Preserving public safety despite our financial crisis
Stop political favors to the building lobby
You can help (tell a friend)
6 things you might do
No one can do everything, but everyone can do something.
If not you, who? If not now, when?
Other political reform or informational sites
Links (please suggest your own)
Candidates' web sites
Candidate links (link list, criteria, add a link)
No candidates yet, how about you?
Lessons learned campaigning
Active catalogue of principles
you can participate in our wiki starting with Constitutional principles
Events important to this site
Principles are solid
Politics is fuzzy
First things first
It appears that government has lost its way, that it is has expanded too far from the necessary, but limited government our founding fathers envisioned. This appears to be due primarily to the political process. The process of becoming an elected official, the process of creating, reviewing, renewing and deleting legislation and regulation has become dominated by special interests. It appears that the best way to create effective, efficient government is to reconnect to the People, identify the principles we share, and remove as much money from politics as possible. All solutions will be limited by the limits that individuals place on their own participation. These are the problems we see:
This site is not affiliated with any political party and desires to serve the needs of all Americans regardless of political affiliation. This site is dedicated to supporting candidates who are prepared to be true leaders and take the bold step of running for office adhering to the following campaign principles:
If you agree with these principles, we encourage you to run for office.
Everyone has a voice, when we all speak up.
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