Petition to Congress: Anti-Corruption Bill

Petition to Congress: Anti-Corruption Bill

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Dear members of Congress,

To combat corruption, and restore faith regarding the integrity of the United States Government to the people and neighboring nations, we’re petitioning to have the following items put into law:

1.      Preferential voting for the President of the United States. All established national political parties (e.g. Republican, Democrat, Libertarian, Green, etc.) may put forth their nomination for President of the United States. Each nominated individual shall appear on each registered voter’s ballot. Every registered voter shall have the ability to vote preferentially for the President of the United States with a number indicating their preferred order. For example, if the Libertarian candidate is their first choice, they’d place a one by that individual’s name, and if a Republican were their 2nd choice, they’d place a two by that individual’s name and so forth. Votes from received ballots shall be counted according to the voter’s preference. For example, if voter’s first choice were to have enough votes to obtain office, then their vote gets counted for their first choice. However, should their first choice not receive enough votes then their vote gets counted for their second choice and so on.

2.      Preferential voting for members of the Legislative Branch of the United States Government. Any individual running for congress representing a particular state shall appear on each registered voter’s ballot in that state regardless of the candidate or voter’s political party affiliation. Every registered voter shall have the ability to vote preferentially for each candidate with a number indicating their preferred order. For example, if the Libertarian candidate is their first choice, they’d place a one by that individual’s name, and if a Republican were their 2nd choice, they’d place a two by that individual’s name and so forth. Votes from received ballots shall be counted according to the voter’s preference. For example, if voter’s first choice were to have enough votes to obtain office, then their vote gets counted for their first choice. However, should their first choice not receive enough votes then their vote gets counted for their second choice and so on.

3.      Term limits for the Executive and Legislative Branches of the United States Government. Offices of the President of the United States, Vice President of the United States and Congress shall be a single term and no longer than six years of time in duration. Members of Congress may not run for or hold office in either the House of Representatives or the Senate after serving a term in either of these two sides of Congress. While in office, members of Congress may enjoy annual salaries no less than four times and no more than six times the average public teaching annual salary in the State they represent. They also will benefit from exemption from Federal and State taxes during their term in office. However, the President and Vice President of the United States as well as all members of Congress must still file their taxes and release their tax records to the public upon request.

4.      Prevent the Executive Branch from hindering justice. In the event of Impeachment proceedings, the President of the United States shall have no power or means to prevent a Federal Agency, or anyone working for the Federal Agency from conducting an investigation, blocking testimony, or preventing any material evidence from being included in the proceedings provided such evidence, testimony or material brought forth is relevant and has a direct bearing to the matter being determined by the Impeachment.

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