Here is her declaration of principles in full:
We need a President that cares about JUSTICE FOR EVERONE. We need fairness in all areas of our lives and Government.It should be of,by, and for all of the people; The rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer.The person with the most money should not be able to buy the election. When 80% of the money is contributed by 2% of the richest people, they get what they want and the rest of us often get victimized. The poor and middle class often pay by having their children and tax money wasted on war instead of a better qualilty of life for all the people. The Constitution and the highest laws of the land are often ignored; unless one can buy a good lawyer, judge etc, we often lose. The rich often buy injustice at the expense of the poorer fellow citizens. As someone who has been deliberately victimized by the Government over and over again including them tricking me into a fradulent operation that has messed up my life, you can be sure that I will stand up for your rights and do my upmost to shape up the Government. I have been both poor and middle-classed, so I understand the plight of struggling people. As a trained counselor and citizen, I understand what people need and care deeply that people are treated fair. I have fought for the Justice of others and myself. I have a passion for justice and a great deal of energy when it comes to fighting for justice. Please join me in this fight and help make our country and Government one like it is supposed to be and one that we can have confidence in and be proud of.
Bilyeu has a six-point platform. Here it is in full:
1. Justice for all in all areas
2.No war unless it is absolutely necessary. We should save our young people and those billions of dollars to enhance people's lives.
3.Good health care for everyone.
4. Bring jobs back home; provide a living wage instead of a minimum wage.
5.Bring justice to the courts; many federal judges need to be replaced.
6.Make the income tax just.
On the strength of all that, Bilyeu wants us to sign petitions to get her on our local ballots, and to donate to her campaign via PayPal. She has no campaign videos available, and has no current schedule of campaign events. Redundant as it may be, here's her website.