Our disenfranchised existence in the District of Columbia is an injustice that runs counter to democratic ideals upon which our republic was founded, but how are we to gain our complete rights?
In 2016, I founded a nonprofit political organization called Douglass County, Maryland. Our nonprofit branded our fully enfranchised future in the District of Columbia by way of a second retrocession.
Creating Douglass County, Maryland is with historical precedent, economically compelling, politically advantageous, and opportunity providing for DC Students.
I have spoken at all forty ANCs in DC and I now am running for Congress, the position of DC Delegate. Our campaign is outspokenly nonpartisan and reformist. We look to extend the advocacy of reform to Congress from within. In addition to a second retrocession, we back reform like ranked-choice voting, open primaries, sensibly drawn districts, multi-member districts, campaign finance reforms, and term limits.
We think and act outside the box. We look to work with all those who are interested in a better way of working together. We believe in listening and providing empathy and dignity.
There is no better platform, from which, to espouse reform, than the non-voting delegate position from the District of Columbia, our Nation’s Capital, provided that the person in that position is nonpartisan and collaborative.
Our campaign believes that I am so qualified.