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MOVING AMERICA FORWARD
Rebuilding middle class security
Cutting Waste, Promoting Innovations
Instilling a more renewable energy resource economy/reducing foreign oil dependency
Reducing the Deficit, Constructing an Economy Built to last
Prioritizing education and affiliated programs such as STEAM
Taking action on Immigration
Protecting Rights and Freedoms - LGBT/Pro-Choice
Devoting substantial resources on reinvigorating our domestic affairs while Promoting Global Prosperity and Development
Strengthening Alliances, Expanding Partnerships, and revitalizing International Institutions
democratic party member
REBUILDING MIDDLE CLASS SECURITY
Our Candidate knows that in order to rebuild a true stable middle class and maintain security, we can't just cut our way to prosperity.
We must out-educate, out-innovate, and out-build the world. We need an economy that creates the jobs of the future and makes things the rest of the world buys—not one built on outsourcing, loopholes, or risky financial deals that jeopardize everyone, especially the middle class.
States should have more flexibility to raise standards and reform schools, more students should be receiving grants and scholarships, More working families should receive tax cuts
Lets Put Americans Back to Work
The Middle Class Bargaining expansion act
Constructing an Economy Built to Last
Reducing the Deficit, Asking All to Pay Their Fair Share
National Right to life Committee
( American association of retired persons)
( National association for the advancement of colored people)
League of Women Voters
Young adults (college graduates) (ages 18-35)
Elderly (65 and over)
Our work is far from don
e. A crisis this deep didn't happen overnight and it won't be solved overnight.
We now stand at a make-or-break moment for families, and
America faces a clear choice in this election: move forward toward a nation built from the middle class out where everyone has the chance to get ahead,
or go back to the same ideas that created the crisis in the first place.
Republicans have a very different idea about where they want to take this country.
To pay for their trillions in additional tax cuts weighted towards millionaires and billionaires,
they'll raise taxes on the middle class and gut our investments in education, research and technology
They'll end Medicare as we know it. They want to let Wall Street write its own rules
again and allow insurance companies to once again deny health care to working families.
Their troubling and familiar economic scheme doubles down on the same bad ideas of the last decade while arguing that, somehow, this time, they'll lead to a different result.
We can't afford to go back. We have to move forward.
vICE pRESIDENT -
Interest group coordinator -
Born and raised in Manhattan, New York
Attended Stanford University
Majored in Political Science with a Minor in Film Making
Senator of New York for 12 Years
Married to High School Sweetheart
Spouse: Bethany Walters
Affiliated Party: Democrat
Affiliated Party: Moderate Democrat
Born and Raised Charlotte, North Carolina
Senator of North Carolina for 6 years
Attended Duke University
Dual major in Political Science and Pharmaceutical Business
Spouse: Richard Banks