Tiffany Bond (Start Me Up Podcast)

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Tiffany Bond is a family law attorney who’s running as an Independent in Maine to unseat Senator Susan Collins. Her strategy is unique, she doesn’t take contributions. She has no campaign staff and she asks that if voters wish to support her with cash, they should use that money to support small businesses and charities in Maine. 

Maine is a state that utilizes ranked choice voting and that helps candidates like Bond make a bigger impact. No matter where you stand on the issues, this interview was very informative and offers a new and possibly better way for candidates to run for office. 

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Kimberley A. Johnson is an author and an activist for women’s rights, a contributor at The Huffington Post and has her own Patreon writing site. She is the Director of Media and Public Relations Spokesperson for the national advocacy group We Are Woman. Her books include Peyton's Choice, American Woman: The Poll Dance and The Virgin Diaries. She portrayed a police officer on the NBC daytime drama Days of Our Lives for seven years. She's also a former spinster, but will always be a crazy cat lady.

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