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Q&A: What Would You Ask Elizabeth Warren?

With a live Q&A chat coming up on Friday, Patch wants to know: What would you ask Elizabeth Warren?

 

If you could ask Massachusetts U.S. Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren a question, what would it be?

Elizabeth Warren will be joining us live on Friday, July 13, at 1:15 p.m., providing an opportunity for you to ask her about where she stands on a particular issue or the upcoming election. 

Wondering about her stance on the national debt? What about health care? Education?

Leave your questions for Elizabeth Warren in the comments to have them considered for the live Q&A session. 

To join Friday's chat, head on over to our homepage from 1:15 p.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday.

Nathanael Pine July 12, 2012 at 01:51 PM
I would ask her why she wants to raise taxes on corporate dividends and long term capital gains? Dividends are already taxed once and capital gain losses are limited to $3,000 no matter how much you lost. The taxes on these types of income should be left as they are as they encourage investment.
Richard Marcus July 12, 2012 at 03:31 PM
What if anything would you do about the use of the filibuster in the Senate?
Supersonic July 12, 2012 at 03:50 PM
I'm sorry but I would have to ask why would she in my opinion mislead the public sector, with out substantial proof , the she has a native American heritage ? No it's not important regarding her professional abilities, however, I feel this is an untrue statement that it really puts her character into question. As a public figure should be held to a higher moral standard then say a person working in the private sector. For me this goes for all public figures. This is only one persons opinion, I'm not looking to offend or debate. Enjoy the beautiful day!
Isaac Maze July 12, 2012 at 04:51 PM
The question is related to civic engagement. One long term problem, that I never hear anyone talking about, is that a lot of people either believe that they do not have to be involved in politics or they do not trust the government. The problem, as I see it, is that there is a loss of trust as well as a lack of emphasis on education about the value of civic engagement. Does Elizabeth think that the current state of civic engagement fundamentally weaken our democracy? And if so what does she think she can do about it?

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