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The State of Things

I haven't posted in about a month. After the supreme court overturned Roe v Wade, I started asking myself what I could be doing. I could run for president. I don't know if anyone would vote for me. I have a sizeable list of platform issues. I figure you have to start out by writing out where you stand on various issues. My party? None. Is that even allowed? I prefer to approach a problem by hearing and reading various POVs and then making an objective decision, even if it's something a little out-of-the-box.

I wrote out a big list of my political platform issues. Check them out if you'd like.

Before I can officially declare a presidential run, according to the FEC, I have to fundraise $5000 for a campaign, get a tax ID number and bank account (easy), and appoint a treasurer. I don't know anything about running a political campaign. I don't even know if anyone would be willing to support my run because I'm just a nobody from Alaska who has definite thoughts for a future.

If you are reading this, will you please let me know what your thoughts are?

Should I attempt a presidential run?

  • Yes. I read your platform issues and agree with them 80-100%

  • No, you're crazy.

  • Yes, I read your platform issues and want to help you out.

  • I have plans to vote for someone else already.

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