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The Underlying Issue Not Covered At The Debate

The first debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump laid bare the competing visions the two candidates have for the future of our country, on everything from our economy to national security. But one issue that wasn't asked about--something that undergirds all these issues--is the state of our democracy. At a time in which so many voters have lost faith in our democratic institutions believing, rightly so, that our government too often works for the wealthy and well-connected--not ordinary people like you and me--it's crucial that we hear from the candidates about how they plan to address this discontent with the status quo and how they plan to restore faith in our democratic institutions.
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