Presidential candidate Andrew Yang has plans to revive trust in American Democracy

Presidential candidate Andrew Yang has plans to revive belief in American Democracy

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  1. This is the best tl;dr I could make, [original]( reduced by 99%. (I’m a bot)
    > The net approval rating of the federal government is negative 19%. Our leaders seem more interested in petty, partisan squabbles than they are in passing legislation that impacts the lives of millions of Americans – it's no wonder that trust in our government is at an all-time low.

    > If we're bold enough to consider and adapt even a fraction of these changes, we can take a significant step in restoring trust in our federal government.

    > Advocate for Congress to change its rules to allow for more negotiation for local benefits for a desirable piece of legislation that doesn't impact the entire US. It's hard to trust that the government is representing the interests of all Americans when not all Americans have representation in government.

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  2. I won’t trust in our democracy until the popular vote is the one we use to elect. My vote literally doesn’t matter because my state has gone Republican for decades, making it safe to assume it will again this election.

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