Frankie Lozada for President of the United States
The Only BYE-Partisan Candidate
Calls For Change
Our kids deserve the greatest possible education. Curriculums need to be reorganized to include practical life skills and have more of an emphasis on business and finances. Every single kid should graduate knowing the value of investing, managing funds, and having an entrepreneurial attitude.
Medicare For All
Health care is a basic human right. Nobody should ever need to decide between their health and their wealth. In terms of healthcare quality, America is rated 37th in the world, yet it has the highest healthcare costs. The American approach shouldn't be to pay the top price for poor treatment.
As your President, I would encourage competition among pharmaceutical firms, which will drive down costs and accelerate the creation of a completely optional government-funded medical program that will guarantee healthcare to millions of Americans.
Immigration is not illegal. As a nation founded by immigrants, we should be working collectively to protect our brothers and sisters.
"I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me. (Matthew 25: 31-40)" For a country that was founded on religious freedom, we have strayed away from our values when we deny our own neighbors at the border and abroad.
Our system is flawed and it needs to be adjusted. Our laws welcome and protect many countries but due to our inefficiencies, people are suffering.
I plan to restructure our methods and introduce ways that will allow immigrants to work towards their citizenship. My plans will end cartel human trafficking and put more money into our economy.
Equality and LGBTQ+
Love is Love! Who we love is up to each and every individual. The LGBTQ+ community is constantly under attack. Every other year they gain rights and with a blink of an eye those same rights are taken away.
We need policies that will PERMANENTLY protect their rights and give our community peace of mind, so that they can also have the right to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.
Credit Repair Assistance
Poor credit has plagued this country for far too long. Predatory lenders prey on young adults, which typically results in a lifetime of accrued debt. Habits are difficult to break, as we all know.
We incur debt for a variety of reasons, and as a result, occasionally we bite off more than we can chew.
Credit takes minutes to destroy but takes years to rebuild. My proposals will provide Americans a second opportunity and a quicker path to recovery.
In my credit forgiveness program, I'll make it possible for Americans to enroll in federally approved financial education classes, after which they'll receive a federal credit score. Other creditors won't have access to the previous credit history under this method, therefore they won't be assessed based on their past.
Voting is an American right that educates politicians on the needs of their constituents.
Without a vote, you have no voice. Currently, American territories cannot vote for president even though that is their Head of State. There is currently no incentive for politicians to cater to these nations and no pressure for change.
No matter where they live, ALL legal-age Americans will be able to vote under my plans. Over 3.5 million Americans will now be able to vote as a result of this.
Pressure will be put on states that are requiring identification to vote. I will fight to make sure those states will be required to provide those documents free of charge to all residents that are voting on a federal level.
Criminal Justice Reform
Prosecutors get ranked based on conviction rates. Which means they have ZERO incentive to believe that the defendant is ever innocent. For years evidence has been rejected in order to achieve conviction success.
Too many people have had their cases reversed after being wrongfully convicted years or even decades later. Right now, there are still far too many innocent individuals incarcerated.
It is important to acknowledge the existence of personal prejudices. Minorities receive substantially harsher and lengthier sentences, and this must end. Our objectives should be to keep individuals out of jail while still giving them the assistance they require.
My policies will abolish unjust and disproportionate sentencing and hold prosecutors responsible for those who were wrongfully imprisoned.
Prisons are intended to be rehabilitation centers. Instead, these are punishment facilities that embezzle money from our government. For-profit prisons need to be abolished while the money is reinvested into our troubled persons as well as our communities.
The United States has a 68% rate of recidivism. That means that 68% of our offenders find themselves once again behind bars. That should be evidence enough that our approach is not working.
My policies will promote reasonable sentencing, better education opportunities, and positive reinforcement programs that would allow inmates to reduce their sentences.
Programs will also be added that will help promote a healthier and smoother reintroduction into the community and enhanced resources for job placement.