Enough is enough. America\'s politics should be driven by the priorities of the people, not sound bites, special interest money, partisan gridlock, and polarizing rhetoric. It is time for a change. We believe that politics cannot and should not be a spectator sport. No politician, party or ideology will solve America\'s mounting problems alone. Only by providing authentic opportunities for the people to be part of the solution can we rebuild trust in our political institutions and create mandates for meaningful action on the critical issues facing our nation. We challenge candidates and each other to recognize lessons from communities across the nation and around the world where citizens have played vital roles in addressing difficult problems that range from health care to education reform, from keeping communities safe to climate change. We need an outpouring of ideas about how Americans can build on this history, developing skills of working together across divisions of party, faith, race, income, and geography to address common issues. Such work is difficult. But it is crucial. The November 5th Coalition is an all-partisan alliance committed to civic partnerships that address our biggest challenges. The Coalition is named for the day after the election in 2008 when a new chapter of America\'s civic history begins. Wherever the people gather they should be able to ask candidates
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Jane Barboza, United States6 years ago Comments: As private citizens we must continue to push as hard for people-oriented policies as we did prior to the election. I believe that our very survival depends on it.
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