Waylon talks with a candidate for Congress about gun safety, fracking, and money in politics (NRA).

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Waylon talks with Mark Williams about money in politics, fracking, and gun safety.

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“Let’s show the world what politics 2.0 looks like. ” ~ Mark Williams

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Mark Williams is a public servant. He’s an Air Force veteran and a Naropa University alumni, and he’s using grassroots action to inspire change. If you like Bernie, you should check him out! He’s running for the 2nd Congressional District of Colorado.

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