I would. But that doesn’t mean I support the duopoly.
Universal single payer health care with no deductibles, co-pays or other nonsense.
An indexed minimum wage that assures that working people are never left behind, suffering in poverty, while the rich get filthy rich.
A 100% renewable and clean energy and transportation solution as soon as physically possible.
Drastic reduction in the money wasted on the defense department, bringing US expenditures on military and related expenditures in line with the rest of the civilized world.
An end to the senseless endless wars we are waging across the globe.
Elimination of prisons.
Elimination of the registered sex offender concept which is the 20th/21st Century version of the 17th Century scarlet letter and beneath the dignity of a civilized society.
Federal jobs guaranty.
Free education for life.
Elimination of private sector pharmaceutical companies, replaced with National Health Institute funding and programs.
Live webcam streaming of all politicians when meeting with lobbyists and constituents.
Properly indexed social security and a “floating” taxation scheme that taxes as necessary to keep the system solvent, instead of the irrational crisis management approach that the duopoly brings us.
Elimination of corporate money in our political system and elimination of the concept of corporations as “persons” under the US Constitution.
Elimination of partisan gerrymandering.
Elimination of voting right restrictions. On this point, I would support allowing anyone above a certain age – say 14 or 15 – to vote in elections, regardless of citizenship. If you’re in the country or state or district on election day, you get to vote. This recognizes, in a small way, the out-sized impact we have on non-citizens.
Ranked choice voting.
Progressive taxation as necessary to pay for the above.
I’m sure there’s more, but these quickly came to mind.