This election season has been marked by a steady stream of articles calling for green cleaning in the United States, and many of these articles are based on a false premise that voters are more likely to elect candidates who are green than those who are not.
The truth is that most people do not care that candidates are green; they care that they are transparent, they care about a candidate’s background and the way they approach issues.
This is not to say that there is no need for a clean election, but it is important that we have a clean, honest election and a clean slate for the next administration.
The election should be a time of unity, not division.
If candidates are not transparent, candidates are likely to be less likely to listen to the concerns of the American people, and voters will be less willing to vote for someone who promises to “fix” things.
Green Clean Politics, a nonpartisan organization that provides election integrity training to candidates, is committed to ensuring that our electoral process is as transparent and fair as possible.
As the head of Green Clean Politics and a board member of the Campaign Legal Center, I work closely with campaign professionals and organizations across the political spectrum to ensure that candidates and parties understand how to engage with voters and communicate in a manner that is effective and meaningful.
I have spent the past several years working with several political campaigns to address these important issues, and I hope to continue working closely with all candidates in this election season to ensure an open, honest, and fair election.
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