Contact Marianne Williamson | Democratic Political Candidate


Marianne Williamson speaking at event in Manchester NY on February 17, 2019.Marianne Williamson speaking at event in Manchester NY on February 17, 2019.By: marcn

Marianne Williamson Contact & Bio Information

Marianne Williamson
Born 07/08/1952 (Age 70)
Contact Political Candidate Marianne Williamson (D) by email address, mailing address, campaign website, and Facebook, Twitter & YouTube social media sites:
Campaign Website: marianne2020.com

Notable Speaking Engagements by Marianne Williamson

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Marianne Williamson Interviews2Major interviews by Marianne Williamson
Marianne Williamson Debates2Debates Marianne Williamson participated in

Marianne Williamson History

Political Candidate (01/29/2019 - Present)
College Attended: Pomona College
Degrees Earned: Philosophy
Previous Marianne Williamson Speaking Engagements (EST)
Marianne Williamson Videos of Notable Speaking Engagements
2nd Democratic Debate (1/2)
Night one of the second Democratic debate in Detroit featured two popular progressive candidates speaking the most, Bernie Sanders & Elizabeth Warren, engaging in debates with more moderate candidates on topics including health care, immigration reform & college education. Tim Ryan and John Delaney were the most outspoken in support of more moderate positions providing a contrast while Pete Buttigieg with the 3rd most speaking time focused his criticism on Republicans. Steve Bullock made his first appearance and also defended more moderate positions.
Marianne Williamson Post Debate Interview with Anderson Cooper
CNN's Anderson Cooper sat down with 2020 presidential hopeful Marianne Williamson following the first night of the second CNN Democratic primary debate. She reflected on when she said that Flint Michigan's water issues were just the "tip of the iceberg," and how she said that Denmark, South Carolina could be the next Flint Michigan.
1st Democratic Debate (2/2)
Night two of the first Democratic debate of the 2020 election cycle featured the second ten of twenty candidates who qualified to participate. The debate featured much more spirited discussion between the candidates than the first evening, with Vice President Biden, Senator Sanders, and Senator Harris engaging each other directly on a number of hot button issues like universal healthcare, racism, and immigration reform. One exchange in particular stood out when Senator Harris criticized Vice President Biden over his remarks praising former segregationist Southern Senators. Biden pushed back by saying Harris mischaracterized his words and insisted he did not praise racists.