Here’s what Alter Eliezer Richter said about our 10 priorities:
The “County Line” in primary election ballots: Being placed in a preferential ballot position unfairly benefits some candidates and disadvantages others. Recognizing the outsize influence of the “county line” primary election ballots on the outcomes of elections, and the considerable voter confusion that they cause, I will support changing the NJ primary ballot to an “Office Bloc” design as is used in every other state and in some counties in NJ (see http://ggcnj.org/resolution for more information).
Ballot Order: Following best practices in 16 states, I will support implementing a rotational ballot order system that ensures to the greatest extent possible that no candidate is advantaged over other candidates on the basis of their ballot placement by enabling all candidates running for the same office to receive first and subsequent ballot positions an equal number of times (see http://ggcnj.org/resolution for more details).
Voter access: I support adopting parts of H.R.1 in New Jersey in order to increase voter participation, ensure access to the ballot box, and strengthen elections, including specifically same day registration, early voting and a paper trail for machine voting that enables verification.
Comment: We already Have Voting Access, We Must Prevent Fraud!
Ethics reform: I support ethics reforms that would require broader disclosure of financial information and the release of income taxes by candidates for county-level and state-level public office, as a means of transparency.
Comment: The Candidates Private Income Is Nobody’s Business.
Campaign funding: I support the public funding of campaigns for all state-level elected offices (i.e., the state legislature and gubernatorial elections).
Comment: In A Free Country I Should Be Able To Donate To Whoever I Want.
Redistricting: I support placing a nonpartisan commission in charge of the legislative redistricting process.
Public Advocate: I support passing legislation to reinstate the statewide Office of the Public Advocate that was eliminated in 2010.
Comment: It Depends If it will Help.
Posting of bills: I support requiring bills to be posted a minimum of 72hrs prior to voting in the legislature, to allow legislators to read bills thoroughly and obtain feedback from the public.
Comment: Even More Time Than That Is Needed. I also strongly believe that the legislative committees need to be cleaned from major corruption which the higher ups constantly are switching around legislators from committees to remove opposition from a bill so that it shall pass without enough opposing Votes.
Legislative meetings: I support making all committee meetings accessible to the public for attendance and testimony by online means (e.g., via zoom) and streaming of voting sessions even after COVID-19 restrictions are lifted, to increase availability and transparency of government.
Comment: Not Because Of Corona’Phobia
Full time legislature: I support making the state legislature full-time and prohibiting the simultaneous holding of other paid positions, so as to eliminate conflicts of interest and sources of influence and pressure on state legislators.
Comment: Many Are Full Time Anyway, But You Cant Say Don’t Have A Life.
More information about Alter Eliezer Richter:
Campaign website: https://richterforcongress.com/
Social media: Facebook
Party affiliation: Republican party
Date of Birth: 2/15/1994
Current Occupation: An educator and political commentator
Education: Has studied around the world, With a ton of Knowledge & experience
Public/Party Service: Has previously run for Federal Congress
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