Sean Tevis for Congress

The Power and Promise of American Nations

An Awesome and Practical Plan to Re-Balance the U.S. Political System

My name is Sean Tevis [photo]. I'm an Information Architect in Kansas running for U.S. Congress. In 1982, world-famous economist Mancur Olson published a plan that would end unhealthy partisanship, reduce the effects of special interest groups, and fix Congress. There was no way it could be implemented back then. Now we can. This is how we're going to do it.

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