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  1. Williams

    Player Warchests

    I was told by Wm96 that It wasn't necessary to pay the 60% taxes on these contributions. If that's the case, the following is transferred to Gonzalez from the Williams: $129.91
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    Olivia Williams (Democrat)

    Retired.
  3. Williams

    Christopher Williams II (Democrat)

    Dead. 1980-2019.
  4. Williams

    Player Warchests

    Caroline Williams to Daniela Gonzalez: $51.2 million ($20.48M after tax) Christopher Williams to Daniela Gonzalez: $38.310 million ($15.324M after tax) Olivia Williams to Daniela Gonzaelez: $40.4 million ($16.16M after tax) Total to Daniela Gonzalez from The Williams: $51.964M
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    2020 Presidential DNC Superdelegates

    Changed to 10 for Gonzalez
  6. In continuance of the campaign's "Love and Opportunity" Tour, Olivia Williams - former Secretary of State - visited Charleston, South Carolina. Secretary Williams spoke with church leaders in the community, here are highlights from the event: “What I know is that liberty has been a privilege for certain people but it still hasn’t been extended to all people! When you have African Americans being incarcerated at a rate that is about 6 times that of white Americans, it becomes clear: we ain’t all free. We still have a long way to go in extending freedom to all people!” “Now, we know that there’s a problem with family structure. Too many African American families grow up without a father figure in the house which often leads to kids having psychological issues later in life. Republicans would blame Black people and Black culture. It’s quite fascinating I blame our country (!) - for not providing adequate opportunity, for throwing money at households instead of working to improve life, and for locking up too many African American men without just cause! We’re going to reverse that if I am president!” “It’s a shame when, in America, it’s more beneficial to join a gang than finish school. That’s not our kid’s fault, or our family’s fault, that’s a problem with the quality of our schools and the type of communities we allow to develop in our communities. Let me tell you: if white suburban communities had the type of problems urban communities are having in terms of crime and violence and poor schools, there would’ve been solutions yesterday, not tomorrow! And that’s the shame of this country that we need to fix.” “It’s no surprise to me that the most openly racist candidate for office was elected president of the United States. And, I’ll tell you this, Democrats haven’t done enough to ensure opportunities are available for all people - that’s something that we are going to change!”
  7. Olivia Williams In continuance of the campaign's "Love and Opportunity" Tour, Olivia Williams - former Secretary of State - visited Charleston, South Carolina. Secretary Williams spoke with church leaders in the community, here are highlights from the event: “What I know is that liberty has been a privilege for certain people but it still hasn’t been extended to all people! When you have African Americans being incarcerated at a rate that is about 6 times that of white Americans, it becomes clear: we ain’t all free. We still have a long way to go in extending freedom to all people!” “Now, we know that there’s a problem with family structure. Too many African American families grow up without a father figure in the house which often leads to kids having psychological issues later in life. Republicans would blame Black people and Black culture. It’s quite fascinating I blame our country (!) - for not providing adequate opportunity, for throwing money at households instead of working to improve life, and for locking up too many African American men without just cause! We’re going to reverse that if I am president!” “It’s a shame when, in America, it’s more beneficial to join a gang than finish school. That’s not our kid’s fault, or our family’s fault, that’s a problem with the quality of our schools and the type of communities we allow to develop in our communities. Let me tell you: if white suburban communities had the type of problems urban communities are having in terms of crime and violence and poor schools, there would’ve been solutions yesterday, not tomorrow! And that’s the shame of this country that we need to fix.” “It’s no surprise to me that the most openly racist candidate for office was elected president of the United States. And, I’ll tell you this, Democrats haven’t done enough to ensure opportunities are available for all people - that’s something that we are going to change!” View full PR
  8. Representative Williams Supports Debate on Bipartisan Environmental Bill Representative Caroline Williams has voiced her support for debating the bipartisan environmental bill being proposed before the House. The bill has been the source of much controversy because it contains a provision that would introduce a new tariff on carbon imports as a means of fighting climate change. "I stand against the Trump tariffs as a means of being tough on China or trying to revitalize failing industries of our economy. This carbon initiative is different - it will tackle the threat of climate change we Democrats have long sought to get Republicans to at least acknowledge. Now we have a chance to get them to debate it. I support this debate. I don't know yet if I support the tariff, but I do believe this is much different than any of the Trump-initiated tariffs precisely because it will not be impacting farmers. It will be impacting the type of industries that have already been part of the major outsourcing going on. So this deserves to be debated on - any bipartisan measure does. Some of my other Democratic colleagues need to let the process play out, let the debate commence and quit freaking out."
  9. Caroline Williams Representative Williams Supports Debate on Bipartisan Environmental Bill Representative Caroline Williams has voiced her support for debating the bipartisan environmental bill being proposed before the House. The bill has been the source of much controversy because it contains a provision that would introduce a new tariff on carbon imports as a means of fighting climate change. "I stand against the Trump tariffs as a means of being tough on China or trying to revitalize failing industries of our economy. This carbon initiative is different - it will tackle the threat of climate change we Democrats have long sought to get Republicans to at least acknowledge. Now we have a chance to get them to debate it. I support this debate. I don't know yet if I support the tariff, but I do believe this is much different than any of the Trump-initiated tariffs precisely because it will not be impacting farmers. It will be impacting the type of industries that have already been part of the major outsourcing going on. So this deserves to be debated on - any bipartisan measure does. Some of my other Democratic colleagues need to let the process play out, let the debate commence and quit freaking out." View full PR
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    2020 Presidential Primary Turn 5 (Super Tuesday)

    Olivia Williams Presidential Campaign: 8 hours - Fundraisers, 2: 4hrs - Tier 2, positive advertisement in New Hampshire targeting progressives and moderates (15 min, $4 million) - Tier 2, positive advertisement in South Carolina targeting progressives and moderates (15 min, $9 million) - Attribute Upgrades: increase charisma by 2 for $4 million (30 min) - 3 rallies in New Hampshire targeting progressives and moderates (3 hours)
  11. Policy | The Rights of Small Businesses The Problem: Small businesses, the engines of job growth, view government as an obstacle - not an ally - resulting in less entrepreneurship. The Solution: A Small Business Bill of Rights with three promises to business owners and entrepreneurs: the right to speed, flexibility, and parity. "If we want sustained economic growth, it won't happen through more entitlements, but instead by supporting our small businesses. Supporting entrepreneurship creates an opportunity for all. However, while small businesses are the net job generator in America, less are being made - and it ain't because new ideas aren't being pursued, but rather the burdens of over-regulation and obstacles to formation. We need a bill of rights for small businesses, to get support them in every way we can." - Olivia Williams. Small Business Bill of Rights Small businesses have the right to speed. Entrepreneurs should not be slowed down by bureaucracy. Therefore, Olivia Williams will make sure patent approvals will take 120 days for small businesses so entrepreneurs can get their inventions off the ground. We will tackle patent trolls through patent officers and tighter standards for what merits a patent - resulting in streamlined reviews of genuine innovations. We will make it clear that the role of government will be to help small business through regulations, not just to catch missteps. Small businesses have the right to flexibility. We'll institute new licensing standards and reciprocity among states so that an entrepreneur in any state can practice in any other state. We'll end drive-by lawsuits so opportunistic trial lawyers can’t extort small business for minor regulatory infractions. Instead, small businesses will be given 120 days and the needed guidance to rectify most violations. Small businesses have the right to parity. As President, Olivia Williams will prioritize fair competition and crack down on abusive practices by large, established companies. She'll appoint an antitrust czar that will consider mergers' impact on small businesses and startups. Olivia Williams promises to block any merger that hinders the competitiveness of small business. She will also crack down on monopolies by strengthening penalties and enforcement against predatory pricing that drives small firms out of business.
  12. Olivia Williams Policy | The Rights of Small Businesses The Problem: Small businesses, the engines of job growth, view government as an obstacle - not an ally - resulting in less entrepreneurship. The Solution: A Small Business Bill of Rights with three promises to business owners and entrepreneurs: the right to speed, flexibility, and parity. "If we want sustained economic growth, it won't happen through more entitlements, but instead by supporting our small businesses. Supporting entrepreneurship creates an opportunity for all. However, while small businesses are the net job generator in America, less are being made - and it ain't because new ideas aren't being pursued, but rather the burdens of over-regulation and obstacles to formation. We need a bill of rights for small businesses, to get support them in every way we can." - Olivia Williams. Small Business Bill of Rights Small businesses have the right to speed. Entrepreneurs should not be slowed down by bureaucracy. Therefore, Olivia Williams will make sure patent approvals will take 120 days for small businesses so entrepreneurs can get their inventions off the ground. We will tackle patent trolls through patent officers and tighter standards for what merits a patent - resulting in streamlined reviews of genuine innovations. We will make it clear that the role of government will be to help small business through regulations, not just to catch missteps. Small businesses have the right to flexibility. We'll institute new licensing standards and reciprocity among states so that an entrepreneur in any state can practice in any other state. We'll end drive-by lawsuits so opportunistic trial lawyers can’t extort small business for minor regulatory infractions. Instead, small businesses will be given 120 days and the needed guidance to rectify most violations. Small businesses have the right to parity. As President, Olivia Williams will prioritize fair competition and crack down on abusive practices by large, established companies. She'll appoint an antitrust czar that will consider mergers' impact on small businesses and startups. Olivia Williams promises to block any merger that hinders the competitiveness of small business. She will also crack down on monopolies by strengthening penalties and enforcement against predatory pricing that drives small firms out of business. View full PR
  13. Policy | Ensuring Universal Access to Broadband The Problem: 24 million people do not have access to the Internet, a necessity in the digital economy. The Solution: Fast-track construction and use public capital to promote private sector competition to get broadband to every American within two years. "What genuinely-concerned policy activists like Vinny Brown do not understand is that the ails of the working class are not always about classism - the rich taking from the poor. Instead, it's about providing opportunities for people to get ahead and stay ahead. His rhetoric and policies are from an old way of thinking, but in this new digital economy, you have to think about the future. Right now, internet access is not a luxury but a necessity. Yet, thirty years after the onset of a digital revolution, 24 million people can't participate in it because of the lack of access to broadband. The barrier prevents entrepreneurs from launching ideas, students from accessing curriculum, businesses from expanding, and workers from propelling their careers. That's where opportunity economics steps in to mitigate this national emergency." - Olivia Williams Broadband for All Within her first 100 days in office, Olivia Williams will launch a national campaign to link every American community to broadband infrastructure in just two years. We will make broadband accessible to everyone by fast-tracking broadband construction approvals at every level of government, leveraging $25 billion in public grants to subsidize private sector build-out thereby fostering competition that will allow for different technologies to be used to reach different areas. The campaign will also focus on working with municipalities to expedite construction as well as those that provide free hubs for community broadband access (e.g., broadband hotspots in libraries and community centers). Olivia Williams will finally close the digital divide for good. It will foster faith in American and pave the way for additional nationwide infrastructure projects—modernizing ports, airports, electric grids, roadways, railways, and waterways.
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