Writeindependent.org publishes “In Search of the Next POTUS,” personalizing America’s populist uprising.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB)
July 24, 2019
Judy Frankel, founder of Writeindependent.org, a nonpartisan federal elections website, just released “In Search of the Next POTUS: One Woman’s Quest to Fix Washington, a True Story” – that pinpoints the actionable plan to reduce Wall Street’s influence on beltway insiders.
Frankel illuminates today’s unpublicized political landscape to reveal a six-point plan that is gaining momentum in grassroots groups across the United States. “In Search of the Next P.O.T.U.S.” gives voters the power to combat corruption in Congress and choose a qualified leader for the White House, without having to wait for Congress to get its act together.
The author outlines a six-step strategy for Americans to take control of a government gone rogue. “The country is ready for a course correction,” says Frankel. “If we want to stop another bail-out for the banks and the Trans Pacific Partnership, here’s the answer.” Her free electioneering and solution-sharing website called Writeindependent.org became the catalyst for “In Search of the Next P.O.T.U.S.”
Frankel states, “I’m one of a steadily growing number of Americans who are ready to embrace alternatives to the established two-party system.” Since voters’ approval rating of Congress has been hovering under 10% for more than four years, Frankel predicts that voter preferences will change. She urges independent thinkers to get involved by voting for people who take her “Pledge for Honest Candidates” that eliminates gerrymandered districts, reinstates paper ballots, and passes the American Anti-Corruption Act.
“We need to reach a tipping point with this information, so that voters are prepared by November, 2016 to tell Congress what we really think of the job they’re doing.”
In contrast to the apathy that leads citizens to become non-voters, Frankel’s story inspires positivism and perseverance. “We’re gaining traction to get money out of politics. We all know that big money is corrupting the process, but we need to know the steps to counter it.” Each element of her six step plan is crucial. “Even with an untrustworthy ballot box, this strategy will work.”
Supreme Court decisions like Citizens United and McCutcheon v FEC have opened the floodgates for large donations. Analysts say that costs for the 2016 elections will be as high as 5 billion dollars for the Presidential election alone. “When the Koch Brothers can use 889 million dollars and Sheldon Adelson gives donations totaling 92 million dollars to buy influence in Congress, where does that leave us? Why should what the Koch brothers or Adelson say be more important to a member of Congress than what I have to say?”