Partisan gridlock happens because Congress manages too many aspects of our lives. Americans will never agree on everything, but they don’t have to unless their decisions are centralized and made for everybody by one group.

Partisan gridlock happens because Congress manages too many aspects of our lives. Americans will never agree on everything, but they don’t have to unless their decisions are centralized and made for everybody by one group.
Tisha Casida, Independent candidate in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District