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Candidate Challenge: Mike Gravel


Friday, December 21st, 2007

Mike Gravel responded to our Candidate Challenge at the CNN/YouTube debate this summer, but this morning he doubled up on his response by way of 10Questions.

Gravel reiterates what he told me at the Citadel in South Carolina, that he thinks the only way to fix our broken voting system is to have American citizens be able to write and pass laws using his National Initiative concept.


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