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Marianne Williamson, Bestselling Spiritual Author, Continues Presidential Bid Despite Long Odds

Marianne Williamson has been tirelessly campaigning across America, making appearances at various venues and events in her second attempt at running for the presidency.

The bestselling spiritual author and former advisor to Oprah Winfrey did not make it to the 2020 primaries, and now she is up against a sitting president from her own party, with the Democratic establishment rallying behind Joe Biden.

Despite doubts from some of her supporters, Williamson remains committed to her presidential bid, driven by her faith in herself and the American people.

She acknowledges the challenges and criticisms she has faced during her campaign, but remains steadfast in her belief that her policy positions, such as financial reparations for Black Americans and the creation of a Department of Peace, are crucial.

Williamson, born into a Jewish family in Houston, gained prominence with her book “A Return to Love,” which was endorsed by Oprah Winfrey. She has since become a well-known figure with a dedicated following.

While she has faced criticism for some of her unconventional viewpoints, Williamson continues to emphasize her sincerity and commitment to her beliefs.

Despite her low polling numbers, Williamson has garnered support from young people who appreciate her focus on important issues such as Medicare for all, equitable wages, and affordable housing.

While she faces significant challenges in her presidential campaign, Williamson remains committed to advocating for her policy proposals, including reparations for Black Americans and addressing economic inequality.

Although she has been criticized for her unconventional approach, Williamson asserts that her campaign is focused on addressing the pressing issues facing Americans.

The Associated Press religion coverage receives support through the AP’s collaboration with The Conversation US, with funding from Lilly Endowment Inc. The AP is solely responsible for this content.

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