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Excerpt from The Overdue Voter Revolution, a pamphlet written by RICH STEVENSON.

National Election Holiday: To promote democracy, our elections must be our most honored national holiday. Our election holiday could last up to four days, with voting Saturday through Monday. The Polls could close at the same time in each time zone throughout the nation, all the way to the most Western time zone, Hawaii. On Tuesday at noon, with all the polls closed, the voting results could be officially released from the "local election commissions." Polling results could not be legally released or broadcast before the official release of "local polling data." This delay would promote political discussion with candidates on the local level during this most revered of our holidays. This would, in fact, teach the civil values we claim with our words on other less meaningful holidays. Nearly all eligible citizens would vote.

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The simplest reform would be to have Tuesday election days become legal holidays and simply move all election work weeks forward one day to include Saturday.

There are many variations on the theme of encouraging all of our citizens to vote. Increasing voter turnout is a much better alternative to the "two-party monopoly" bipartisan strategy of decreasing voter turnout. Their strategy attempts to prevent voter turnout of the people the "two-party monopoly" does not control with brain-washing media campaign ads. Both unpopular bipartisan "monopoly parties" are actually quite happy with the lowest possible voter turnout.


Voter Turnout: Yes, a low voter turnout means that 70% of possible voters, unlikely nonpartisan independent voters with no ties to the Democrats or Republicans, will probably not vote. Nonpartisan independents have the overwhelming numbers to elect nonpartisan independent or minor party candidates. The "two-party monopoly" knows they are a minority bipartisan incumbent dictatorship, so they encourage low voter turnouts. They can keep absolute control as long as "no one" but the 30% of likely voters goes to vote.

 If voter turnout goes over 60%, the D's and R's are likely to lose elections against nonpartisan independents and minor party candidates. When nonpartisan independent candidates are given an equal voice in debates they have a more than even chance to win. An example in both cases is Jesse Ventura, Independence Party Governor of Minnesota, elected in 1998. (Top of Page)  

 To win, nonpartisan independent candidates must get in all candidate debates and encourage a voter turnout in excess of 65% of the possible voters. Under those circumstances, nonpartisan independent candidates will win in more than half of the elections where they are on the ballot. Register to vote and vote on election day. You can elect a nonpartisan independent to represent you. To win, independents need to have a lot of unlikely nonpartisan independent voters come out to vote on election day. We can have clean government.

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To preserve freedom and our democratic republic we must elect new people to public office, as often as possible, and with as many newly elected private citizens as possible.

Elect "Rich." You win. We all win. Rich is on your ballot for KY District Three Representative to the U.S. Congress on November 06, 2018. You must be proactive in this election campaign to have your voice heard in the U.S. Congress.


Elect nonpartisan independent candidates on your ballot. We all win if you apply term limits in the voting booth to all Incumbent public office holders. Career politicians do harm to our dreams of freedom and a democratic republic. As the years pass, incumbent politicians serve only their political party and other special interests that support their personal political ambitions.


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