Lane Rapp in 2012

Ask me anything   38 year-old fitness advocate and entrepreneur with a wise eye toward tech and a bold voice for future governance. I'm running for United States President via a very differently styled campaign. I'm not accepting contributions as one example - money is corrupting government.

I'm for strong local communities and believe that the city and county level of government, especially as the internet drives engagement, should respond most vigorously to meeting citizen needs. Maybe our gerrymandered congressional districts could eventually represent larger areas serving the governed well, but I predict both state and federal governments will play much less active roles over time. Go Local, Go Republican. The strength of our nation and your neighborhood depends on it. Future generations depend on you.

Learned that it’s not signatures I need to get on the SC primary ballot. I’ll can continue pledging not to raise money to campaign but South Carolina Republican party requires a $25k fee to print my name on the ballot. I’ll make a kickstarter account for that specific fee.

Learned that it’s not signatures I need to get on the SC primary ballot. I’ll can continue pledging not to raise money to campaign but South Carolina Republican party requires a $25k fee to print my name on the ballot. I’ll make a kickstarter account for that specific fee.

— 2 years ago
#money politics