Lawrence Goldfarb Judicial Reform Foundation Creates Midterm Election Initiative on Criminal Justice Reform
The Lawrence Goldfarb Judicial Reform Foundation Will Create And Publish A Public Database On Where Each Candidate This Midterm Election Stands on Criminal Justice and Prison Reform
NEW YORK - Sept. 4, 2018 - PRLog -- In order to bring transparency to the positions of all Congressional, Senate and Gubernatorial candidates in the midterm elections with respect to their positions on criminal justice and prison reform, the Lawrence Goldfarb Judicial Reform Foundation ( http://www.judicialreformfoundation.org) is compiling a database that will be publicly available online in order for voters to have clarity on where each candidate stands on criminal and prison reform issues.
According to Lawrence Goldfarb, the Executive Director of the Foundation, providing voters transparency as to their applicable candidates positions on criminal, judicial, sentencing, penal and prison reform issues will force candidates to publicly state their positions on these issues and therefore allow voters to make informed and educated decisions on which candidates to support and vote for.
Goldfarb's position is that "it is pathetic that our elected officials have of yet done nothing to overhaul the completely failed and corrupt criminal justice system in America". One of the Goldfarb Foundation's mandates is to make elected officials accountable for their positions and votes or lack thereof on such a pressing American issue that affects the most basic rights afforded by American societal values.
The results of the database compiled on each candidate by the Foundation will be available to the American electorate in early October. Goldfarb's aim is to force all candidates to take a public stand one way or the other on immediate criminal justice reform issues so that voters can make decisions with that information at hand. The results of the database will be published on the Foundation's website www.judiciareformfoundation.org.
For more information on the Lawrence Goldfarb Judicial Reform Foundation please go to http://www.judicialreformfoundation.org
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