Should the United States Attorney General be an Elected Official? (user search)
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  Should the United States Attorney General be an Elected Official? (search mode)
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Question: To ensure the independence of the Justice Department, should the United States Attorney General run for election (and do so separately from the President/Vice-President) like his/her state counterparts?
#1
Democrat: Yes
 
#2
Democrat: No
 
#3
Republican: Yes
 
#4
Republican: No
 
#5
independent/third party: Yes
 
#6
independent/third party: No
 
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Total Voters: 39

Author Topic: Should the United States Attorney General be an Elected Official?  (Read 2746 times)
Asenath Waite
Fulbright DNC
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« on: July 20, 2022, 02:30:33 PM »

Why is the neoliberal answer to every problem "more democracy"?

Wait, I thought that so-called "neoliberals" where supposed to be elitists who were out of touch with "real Americans"? Now they are people who support too much democracy?

Everything I Don't Like Is Neoliberalism TM
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