- Posted October 16, 2012 by
Des Moines, Iowa
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Questions for Candy Crowley
Record Campaign Money
Imagine if some of this campaign money were used to retrain thousands of Americans so they will no longer be unemployed or underemployed. Campaigns can contact potential voters by way of multi medias. Can multimedia efforts be utilized to keep contact with the unemployed or underemployed to receive the latest information of new job openings and new jobs retraining opportunities? Thus help improve the lives of people. Things like text messaging, facebook, twitter and e-mails could help people get info on these items. Perhaps, old robo callers and other multimedia gadgets of campaign organizations could be used after the election to help people find jobs or jobs training opportunities. What will you do with all the election equipment after the election? What will you do with the extra campaign cash left over after the election? Can you donate these massive election gadgets and cash for things like the concepts mentioned above? Finally, given this record campaign money squeezes out needed funds to non-profits, like the American Cancer Society. Do you support a new 28th Amendment to the US Constitution - Campaign Finance Reform?