It will come as a surprise to absolutely no one that, even in a time of desperate crisis, our politicians cannot seem to come together to offer much-needed aid and assistance to the American people. Unaccountable politicians are the result of a largely disengaged and uninformed citizenry – one third of whom don’t even bother to vote in elections. Available for interviews on this important and timely topic is Mac Regan, who has over 35 years of experience in human capital management and a master’s degree from Tufts University’s prestigious Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy, and is author of The 2020 American Revolution: 20/20 Decision Support for Voters.
Mac is immediately available for engaging and timely interviews in which he can discuss:
How coronavirus presents an opportunity to unite – or further divide – the American people
Should the U.S. incentivize voting through monetary or other rewards?
Five ideas to reduce inequality, improve fairness in taxation, and help the American people get through the coronavirus crisis
Three big ideas to take back our democracy: a Citizens’ Bill of Responsibility, a comprehensive Voting Rights Act, and stopping for-sale elections
The 2020 election: How to determine if candidates are prioritizing citizens over political parties and special interest groups
Five things every citizen can do to enhance social capital and improve relationships with other individuals and communities
“A majority of citizens acknowledge our problems, are passionate about many issues, and enjoy large tracts of middle-ground consensus,” says Regan. “But it is unclear if they will vote in sufficient numbers to negate the impact of highly organized and well-funded cadres of uncompromising, win-at-all costs conservatives and liberals. My aim is to motivate citizens to get out and reclaim our democracy from the hands of self-interested politicians and greedy corporations.”