We’ve needed elected representatives because it’s hard to be informed on every issue. But our elected officials have become disconnected and end up serving powerful special interests, not the will of the majority.
With modern technology and a concept called liquid democracy, we now have a better path forward.
Liquid democracy allows us to empower our own personal experts on issues, rather than depending on a single elected politician. We can switch personal experts at any time or vote directly on the issues we care about.
I am running for California Assembly District 19 to give all constituents an active, ongoing voice in statewide legislation.
Voting has already started by mail-in ballot and in-person at City Hall. Need help voting?
This is my pledge to you:
I, David Ernst, pledge to vote on every bill in the legislature based on the wishes of our district, using liquid democracy through www.united.vote.
As a check against extreme cases, I reserve the right to a single veto. I will issue a detailed explanation and then constituents can vote for my immediate resignation, which I will honor.
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Vote for David in the June 5, 2018 District 19 State Assembly election.
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Abraham Lincoln said it was our job to carry on the unfinished work of democracy.
“Government of the people, by the people, for the people,
shall not perish from the Earth.”
— November 1863
Be a part of the future of democracy