Improving Politics Itself!

Issues that affect the political process itself are called structural issues. Structural changes are very important because they affect the efficiency and purity of the political process. If the process becomes inefficient or corrupt, it wastes a lot of money and resources and causes a lot of harm and misery to Americans. Structural problems eventually affect almost every other political issue as well because they slow down or corrupt the process. That’s why we are highlighting these structural issues.

Voting process integrity   www.electionline.org
527 and Campaign Finance Reform   http://citizenjoe.org/node/181
National Debt     http://citizenjoe.org/node/206
Deficits and Debts   http://www.citizenjoe.org/node/216
Budget Reform    http://citizenjoe.org/node/170
Estate Tax (the Death Tax)   http://citizenjoe.org/node/186
Line Item Veto    http://citizenjoe.org/node/208
Lobby and Earmark reform    http://citizenjoe.org/node/174
Redistricting      http://citizenjoe.org/node/198
Filibusters     http://www.citizenjoe.org/node/209
Voting and Ballot Initiatives   http://www.citizenjoe.org/node/134

(On the Issues version of Government Reform:
http://ontheissues.org/Background_Government_Reform.htm)

 


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