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    Our state representatives are elected, or 'hired', for a two-year term. It's a simple contract, and when that contract expires it's time for you the voter to put that contract out for bid again. I will represent you with fairness, tenacity, and strength. As a small-business person, I will bring a practical approach and smart solutions to the issues we face and will work in a professional manner.

    Paula Finch

    State Representative,
    Indianapolis, Indiana

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    Kurt Wilson

    U.S. Representative,
    23rd District, California

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    If the gov. is the control & direction of public business & mayors enforce city laws, contracts, maintain order, & appoint heads, why don't we stop policies & procedures from breaking Natural Laws? Why aren't we prosecuting violations of all peoples human & civil rights? People have power to say "you can't force those policies that aren't laws that oppress & suffocate on me as a live human being".

    Tiniell Cato

    Mayor,
    Seattle, Washington

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    The way bills are passed in Jefferson City is shady- they like to give them slick names like “Payroll Protection” and “Religious Liberty”. The real meanings of these bills are nothing like their deceptive titles.

    Kevin Nelson

    State Representative,
    Jefferson City, Missouri

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    Ruckelshaus is a strong believer in that government that governs closest to the people governs best.

    John C Ruckelshaus

    State Senator,
    Indianapolis , Indiana

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    Scale back the size and scope of some of the government branches and agencies...reduce the redundancy that overlaps in mission and authority. Redistribute budget tax dollars to the programs to go to helping the people, not bloating the government, and pay down the deficit.

    Cat Ping

    U.S. Representative,
    Indianapolis , Indiana

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