Saturday, October 1, 2016

Trump vs Hillary 2nd Presidential Debate on October 9, 2016 Submit Your Questions

Image result for clinton trump 2nd debateThe next Presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton takes place on Sunday, October 9thThis debate will be the “town hall” format where candidates will take questions directly from voters in the audience. In the spirit of this format, voters from around the country can participate as well by submitting their questions online.
It’s very easy to participate, all you have to do is visit and you can vote on existing questions or submit one of your own.
The Commission on Presidential Debates had already announced that the second of three debates would feature questions submitted online in addition to those asked by the traditional studio audience. But on Tuesday morning, the organizers confirmed they are embracing a format that a broad bipartisan cross-section of activist and civic groups known as the Open Debate Coalition have been pushing for years. Americans will be able to submit and then vote on questions online at, and ABC and CNN have agreed to consider the 30 most popular queries when they jointly plan the debate. 
How will you ensure the 2nd amendment is protected? (link)
-Too much crime is blamed on the tool, not the person. How will you protect law abiding citizens to protect themselves.
What will you do to ensure greater transparency and accountability in government? (link)
-Too many Americans feel that government is not accountable to the people and we are forced to live within a rigged system. How can you change this?
Will You Support a Voter ID System that Insures that Only US Citizens Can Vote? (link)
-In this country, we need to show IDs to drive, make any financial transaction, get medical care, even attend your party conventions. Why is it controversial, or racist, to require IDs to vote?
What do you propose to do to those in government that are above the law? (link)
-It’s become far too common for those in power to skirt the law. Unfortunately there are those that have consistently done wrong and continue to move along without repercussion. This must stop.

Would you be willing to either repeal or repair/rework the Affordable Care Act? (link)
-I am a self-employed 61-year-old healthy individual and cannot afford the ACA policy the government has decided I should have.