Jobs & the Jobless

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    Everyone has needs. Without having a job you can't provide for your needs and your families needs. We must create more jobs nationwide so that the crime rate goes down.

    Cameron Alton Chick

    U. S. Representative,
    Albuquerque, New Mexico

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    Brady Boyd said it best, "Live less than your means." Currently there are regulations intended against small businesses and my presidency is looking to affect a change in that regard. Nevertheless, some to start companies bite off more than they can chew and never get where they envision.

    Billy Helton

    President,
    Waldron, Arkansas

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    I propose my government platform New Intelligence Crime Solving Management Recognition Education that will solve the past, present and future liability and responsibility of the government to WHETHER ONE OPPOSES OR SUPPORTS LAWS THAT ENCOURAGE JOB CREATION AND GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS THAT HELP THOSE WHO ARE TEMPORARILY OUT OF WORK education, law, regulation and discipline.

    Lee L Mercer, Jr.

    President,
    Houston, Texas

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    Eddie Pirkowski

    U.S. Senator,
    Kihei, Hawaii

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    We are currently enjoying low unemployment, but many people are still working in jobs that pay far to little. I support government encouraging job creation in clean, green industries that will be growing in the future, and that will pay minimum wages of no less than $15 an hour.

    Steven Fleeker

    Precinct Committeeman,
    Topeka, Kansas

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    Economic Development: County government does not DO economic development, it should enable it. Storey County has the best approach and is full after 10 years, meaning those companies are now coming on down the highway to Mineral County. I believe the county must get away from the good ol' boy constraints and become business friendly. The County job is to have user-friendly codes.

    James W. Utterback

    County Commissioner,
    Hawthorne, Nevada

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