Choosing Our Leaders


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    Hemco A. Patharkar

    City Council-at-Large,
    Reidsville, North Carolina

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    We must find our common values and We must maintain a small town atmosphere. We must Work towards a common vision for the good of the whole town.

    Christopher A. Barfield

    Mayor,
    Harrisburg, North Carolina

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    We all choose who we want as our leaders. The key is to put people in power who will not let pride or position get in the way of doing what’s right. We must listen to each other…our neighbors, our community leaders, even our children. No one has all of the answers. We should be about coming up with comprehensive solutions that works for all.

    Scott L Nazarino

    U.S. Senator,
    Seattle, Washington

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    We need a national overall of the voting system to match the technology of the day. I believe one day you should be able to go to the grocery store and vote just like you can gamble on the states time.

    Orrden W. Williams

    State Representative,
    Memphis, Tennessee

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