Note from the Editor
Thank you for picking up the third issue of The Futurist!
Andrew Yang’s campaign has taken big strides forward in the last few weeks. His wife, Evelyn, made her official debut with two new online advertisements and an interview with Dana Bash on CNN’s State of the Union. The campaign released a TV ad in Iowa that cost at least a million bucks. To produce those ads, they hired consulting firm Devine Mulvey, and Logabaugh, who worked on Bernie Sanders’ 2016 campaign—a step away from the startup-like operations they have been running. And a new office was opened in Iowa City, adding to his two other offices the state—Davenport and Des Moines. He was featured front and center on the cover of Newsweek on the November 8 issue—a huge step up from being considered a “fringe” candidate and a “curiosity.”
And Yang has officially filed to appear on the Democratic primary ballot in New Hampshire.
As we continue to cover Andrew Yang’s campaign, we invite you to submit questions about his policy proposals and ideas. We hope that you’re just as excited as we are about this crazy political journey.
Adrienne, an Asian girl who likes math