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    Rikki Risatti

    Public Power,
    Brattleboro, Vermont

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    I believe we need to care care of all people, not just the wealthiest 1%. For this reason I support having a strong social safety net encompassing a wide range of programs.

    Brian Gene Walton

    Central Committee,
    Rockville, Maryland

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    A social welfare system provides assistance to needy individuals and families. The placeholder in this is the eligibility of the requirements that equally screen's the needy from the non qualified. As long as the need is not determined by the dividers in the process like race, creed, sexuality, income, or crime while making decisions. Everyone deserves an Equal Opportunity!

    Tiniell Cato

    Mayor,
    Seattle, Washington

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    Steve Naumovski

    State Representative,
    STERLING HEIGHTS, Michigan

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    Allow people a help up, not a hand out. Teach people to become self-sufficient, in a caring and loving environment. Get help for those with mental health conditions, and drug problems. Prevention programs to keep kids and people off drugs in the first place. Of course, if someone is disabled, teach them skills to enable them to work and a contributing member of society.

    Seth Alan Blaustein

    Precinct Committeeman,
    Yelm, Washington

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    I personally am not a fan of welfare. I believe having too much welfare devalues the county, and makes companies second guess bringing their jobs here. I personally want to cut welfare as much as I can. Once we can cut welfare, we will have more money to spend on programs to get people back to work, and off welfare. I will do everything I can to assist people transitioning from welfare to work.

    Cory Stuper

    State Representative,
    Ashtabula, Ohio

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