Marianne captivated debate with her “stream of consciousness” and call for “a moral uprising”.
Williamson and nine other presidential hopefuls fought to stand out over the course of the three-hour showdown on Tuesday night in Detroit, Michigan.
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She dominated a Drudge poll as 47 percent of viewers declared her the winner.
The self-help author drove discussion online, as much for her quirky mannerisms and new-age jargon as for her policy ideas
Front-runner Elizabeth Warren performed well and took up the most air time.
The Massachusetts senator and her closest competitor, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, shared the majority of the attacks from fellow candidates, while others on the stage seemed to fade into the background for most of the debate.