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20 Reasons.

I’ve been rolling a thought around in my head for the last couple of days. We have roughly 20 days left before the election. There are good reasons to flip the House and Senate that nothing to do with Trump and one reason that is directly related to Trump.

Voters should know that they have a choice in how their lives will shaped. They get to decide what kind of government will work for them. But maybe, just maybe, they need to see how their choices affect them directly. It’s low hanging fruit to go for issues that divide us. But what affects each of us, regardless of party affiliation?

So, I am proposing 20 Reasons to Flip the House in the run up to the election. Each day represents a specific reason that affects each voter and presents them with a choice. But I need your help. It’s going to take a bit of research to fill out an essay a day for the next 20 days and I don’t want to miss anything. Can you think of 20 Reasons with me? Put your suggestions in the comments below.

Here are some of the reasons I’ve come up with so far:

1.) Net Neutrality

2.) Pre-existing conditions

3.) Energy Independence

4.) Infrastructure

Put your reasons in the comments below.