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October 2, 2020

Meet Our New Political Research Intern: Kyle Taylor

Meet Our New Political Research Intern: Kyle Taylor

October 2, 2020
Published By American Promise

In this Zoom interview, American Promise’s Political Research Intern for the fall, Kyle Taylor, discusses why he is passionate about ending unlimited political spending, how his professional goals intersect with getting money out of politics, and what he envisions the United States will look like after the American Promise Amendment is ratified. Kyle Taylor is a senior at the University of California, Berkeley studying political science. Watch the video to learn more about his work and his perspectives on this nationwide campaign.

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