Newspaper that inspires change. Breaking stories that shake the world. Be informed, Don't Settle for Fake News.

feat shape 1
feat shape 2
feat shape 3

Author Marianne Williamson Unsuspends Presidential Campaign After Michigan Primary Result

Marianne Williamson re-enters the presidential race, offering an alternative vision to President Biden's America, pledging to keep 'lifting people up.'

Renowned author Marianne Williamson recently announced that she would be "unsuspending" her presidential campaign for the Democratic primary, emphasizing the need for a new vision of hope and regeneration in America. In a video statement, she expressed her belief that the current approach of simply "letting us finish the job" is not enough to defeat Donald Trump and called for a more uplifting vision to counter his dark perspective.

Her decision to continue her campaign comes in the wake of the 2024 Michigan Democratic primary, where President Biden secured a significant victory. However, Ms. Williamson's 3 percent of the vote, along with a 13.3 percent vote for "uncommitted," has raised concerns about the potential impact of her campaign on President Biden's chances of re-election.

Ms. Williamson outlined several key policy positions, including expanding Medicare for all, providing free college and technical school, eliminating college loan debt, and offering paid family leave, sick pay, and subsidized child care. She also called for an end to the war on drugs, a ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas conflict, and racial reparations for the African American community.

Her decision to re-enter the race was prompted by thousands of messages from supporters expressing a desperate need for hope and policies that would improve their daily lives. While it remains unclear how long Ms. Williamson plans to stay in the race, her campaign's focus on offering a new vision for America has sparked discussions about the future of the Democratic primary and the potential for her candidacy to impact the election.

Share With Others

Comments on Author Marianne Williamson Unsuspends Presidential Campaign After Michigan Primary Result