U.S. Congressional Candidate Kari Ilonummi’s Voter Pamphlet Statement for 2016

I’m running for Congress to stop the TPP, retool and put our citizens back to work, revamp infrastructure to a 21st Century standard, pass the Glass Steagall Act, make tuition easily affordable for students while increasing funding for veterans, schools, Medicaid and Social Security to make sure that our Seniors can live in dignity while protecting the environment every step along the way.
With an economic New Deal we can actually lower property along with income taxes while simultaneously witnessing economic growth through job creation. Washington state families and citizens are financially struggling as the price of food has doubled in the past eight years and standards of living are declining rapidly.
I’m running as a non partisan candidate in order to prove that I work for you the people, not some corporate/Wall Street or political party interest.
Upon becoming elected I will audit the Federal Reserve, bring our troops home from overseas wars, introduce legislation to immediately put a moratorium (just like FDR did in the 1930’s) to stop all home foreclosure’s.
I am fighting to restore the middle class, end the depression/ heroine epidemic, repeal U.N. Agenda 21, while making sure that the People’s Constitution and ‘right to bear arms’ ‘shall not be infringed!’
‘Members of Congress’ who do not support Glass Steagall Act and rather chose to vote for the Dodd/Frank law, knowingly and wittingly signed into law for the ‘Too Big to Fail’ banks to literally confiscate a sizeable portion of U.S. citizens pensions, 401k’s, and even personal savings accounts to be looted in order to pay for the national debt. I forecast that this will hit the U.S. banking system by no later than 2017.
Making ‘ends meets’ isn’t getting any easier for Washingtonian’s. The system is rigged!
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http://www.snohomishcountywa.gov/DocumentCenter/View/35639
I apologize for the original Grammar errors in the Voter Pamphlet ladies and gentlemen, I had difficulties with using the State’s software and didn’t know that I was able to make paragraphs without sacrificing the amount of word space allowed. So I made a run on sentence type of paragraph.  Here is the final version.