I do not support any party. I understand that the party lines are set to help the voting public weed out candidates and "know" who they are voting for. But can the millions of people in this country really be split in half when it comes to major issues? Why do I have to be against abortion if I am also against more government spending? Why should I support the welfare system and health care reform if I support expanding education grants? I realize that there are many, many other parties out there, but how many voters actually know about them? When a voter fills out his presidential election ballot, there are several names on it, but only two are recognizable. Media coverage and campaign dollars are focusing only on Democrat and Republican nominees. How are voters supposed to make a decision on who to vote for? The voter says "I'm a Republican, so I'll vote Republican", and vice versa. Most people don't even consider the other parties involved. Is this a fair system? No. Nothing will be reformed to the American public's satisfaction until the party system is reformed. I have a solution which will alleviate two problems. All campaign dollars, private donations and otherwise, should go into ONE coffer, to be divided evenly among the candidates from each party. Along with allowing each party to get their candidate and issues out to the public, it will also have a major impact on whether corporations can sway decisions in Congress. One issue I see with this would be that corporations and other financial backers would be less inclined to donate campaign money because their money would not directly affect the outcome of the election. Does anyone have any solutions to this?