• Get Pete Rose into the Hall of Fame
    Pete Rose is the all-time hit leader and an absolute treasure to the game. It’s time the MLB moves on from him betting on his own team to win. It’s actually ridiculous for the MLB to use something so insignificant to the game as a reason to keep one of, if not the greatest baseball player of all time, out of the game. If Pete isn’t in the Hall of Fame by 2025(wayyyyyy too late!), the MLB has failed to show growth and commitment to the real fans of this great game.
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    Created by Brett Seiter
  • To change the senior sweatshirt to a hoodie, we need at least 250 signatures
    Because we were told one thing and it was false advertisement. also that they never told us that the other option was a crew neck when we got the papers.
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    Created by jojo velez
  • Fired Bill O’Brien
    The fans are tired of being let down, by O’Brien conservative play calling.
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    Created by Jerome Robinson
  • Stop Killing Animals
    You have local, regional and national communities including non-profit no kill shelters and experts with years of experience in the management of no-kill shelters willing to help manage the situation you believe you are in: needing to kill animals: especially dogs. You are refusing to yield and let people and organizations step in and take these animals. Volunteers, staff and community are experiencing leadership as indignant. You are violating the mission and ethos of Brother Wolf. You have take nationally known organization and tainted it with no care as well as the community of Asheville, NC. We want you to stop and legally allow non-profit no-kill shelter or specially trained individuals assume care of animals you deem not worthy of living with no legal responsibility on you once transfers are complete
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    Created by Lisa Wheeler
  • No Adding 7 Countries to the Muslim Ban
    The Muslim Ban is a racist and xenophobic policy dividing families and targeting refugees from Muslim nations. This latest expansion is nothing then more of the same.
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    Created by Iman Boukadoum
  • The requirements for formal NEED to change
    This is important due to the fact that the new requirements on the permission slip were dropped on the students with little to no warning.
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    Created by Charlie Brown
  • Kids Policy for BIC (Badge Info Cards
    My 15 yr old son was stopped by the Police on his way home from school and told to put his hands on the hood of the car and asked if he could be searched. The officer was just doing his job. But did not have my son identify himself, Did not tell him why he stopped him and then told him your the wrong person jumped in the car and told him nothing. When he came home and told me what happened I asked him If he had a name or badge number he said no he didn’t give me anything. I was in disbelief and upset that an encounter like that caused me to call around and go to the police station to find out what happened when I could have just had a number spoke with the officer and know what the circumstance was behind this encounter. This saves time and emotional trauma as well.
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    Created by Clara Miller Picture
  • DELETED ACCOUNTS
    It may be just an account to some of you, but to most of us who share our work, our art, and our TIME into these platforms as hobbies and ways to get away from life, we shouldn't be struggling just to get a WORD from some body behind Instagram. This needs to change. Terms need to change, because what would Instagram have left? Users running from their platform in hopes of better service.
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    Created by Hiba Soudane
  • Ask Ambassador John Bolton to speak now and not wait for a subpoena that may never be drafted
    He most likely will never receive a subpoena and he can change the course of the impeachment proceedings. Either way we will have his truth.
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    Created by Julie Boughton
  • Ask Democratic candidates to tell their supporters: "No matter who wins, I expect you to be all in."
    Our democracy faces an existential threat if Donald Trump is re-elected. The damage he has done during his first term, enabled by feckless Congressional Republicans who put party over country, will take years, if not decades, to undo. Trump has already packed federal courts with right-wing ideologues; fully one in four U.S. circuit court judges have been appointed to lifetime seats by Trump. His Supreme Court picks have moved the high court to the right of ultra-conservative Justice Scalia. It's terrifying to imagine what the federal judiciary would look like after another four years of Trump nominees. It’s expected that during the Democratic primaries candidates will attack their opponents’ platforms; at times the critiques have been mean-spirited and personal and no doubt will continue that way as the competition intensifies. Worse, though, is what’s playing out among the candidates’ core supporters. Examples abound on social media of insults being hurled at one candidate or another by the others’ supporters. That doesn’t bode well for the general election. To defeat Trump in conservative-leaning swing states (the only ones that matter, thanks to winner-take-all and the Electoral College), to hold the Democratic House majority and to flip the Senate, Democrats will need a get-out-the-vote effort the likes of which we’ve never seen. To achieve that will require efforts well beyond what the eventual nominee will be able to muster on their own. But to listen to some activists, if their candidate doesn’t prevail, yes, they’ll vote for whomever is the Democratic nominee, but beyond that the effort they make will be much less than what it would have been. Given what’s at stake, that’s not acceptable. If the losing candidates’ supporters just show up to vote, but do no more, we could lose it all. The only ones who can change this narrative are the candidates themselves. And they can’t wait until after the convention. Democrats can’t afford to let the acrimony between the camps build to the point that the ill will causes any Democratic activist to sit on the sidelines (the way it did in 2016 between Hillary and Bernie supporters.) The way to build party unity is for candidates to keep sending the message to their supporters, “I expect you to work as hard to elect the Democratic nominee, whoever it is, as you will if I win the nomination. Nothing less is acceptable. Do I have your promise that you’re all in, whoever is nominated?” Imagine the power of a huge display of unity at the end of every Democratic nominee's campaign rally. We need nothing less.
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    Created by Jonathan Perloe
  • Doylestown Free Community Skatepark
    Many municipalities have recently added skateparks to their list of public parks and they are drawing in skaters from all over the tri-state area. Skateboarding is a popular activity that creates community, builds confidence, and gives the younger generations an alternative to playing on their devices inside all day. We love our YMCA skatepark for the beginners looking for guidance and a safe protected area, but having it closed for multiple months out of the year leaves many kids searching for things to do and often skating in areas they are not supposed to be in. By creating a free skatepark that is well designed and a designated skating area we are keeping kids safe and allowing them to do what they love. Aside from giving the skaters a place to go we are also promoting community growth. The restaurants and shops of town will benefit from having a young generation looking to spend more time in town. Currently, many kids leave town to skate in the surrounding area parks of Ambler, Wrightstown, Falls Township, Warminster, Philadelphia, and a growing list of many more. We have an opportunity to give our kids a place here in Doylestown so we can keep them close to home and a place to be proud of.
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    Created by Chris Blackway
  • Pop up shops
    This is important because it’s so many young entrepreneurs that have so much to offer to the community and to expand their businesses. It would be a great dealbreaker for the mall and the entrepreneurs that are trying to create a brand for themselves. It also gives people a chance to explore and open doors for prosperity
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    Created by Talitha Hampton