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Do you ever get the chance to visit with your local lawmakers, (state, county or city politicians) and if you do, do you feel they actually listen?
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      Vikki Hall wrote Oct 7, 2012
    • I have not and sadly I don’t think it would matter if I could tongue out




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      Kmarie wrote Oct 8, 2012
    • I use to work with legislatures and my impression is that like many people from all walks of life, they listen to whom they know




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      Tuliplady wrote Oct 8, 2012
    • Last night at the fall bazaar I attended, there were two incumbent candidates there campaigning.  One goes to our church and I didn’t even bother trying to visit with him.  I know how he is.  the other I thought I might stand a chance of talking some sense to.  He sort of gave me one of those non-answers and blew me off.  He had my vote until then.




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      Vikki Hall wrote Oct 8, 2012
    • TL I’m kinda jealous you even get the opportunity. Better to be blown off than not get close enough to feel the puff of air!




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      Tuliplady wrote Oct 8, 2012
    • Well, it’s a very small community, and I know nearly everybody.  Population wise, it’s a very small state.




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      Marya1961 wrote Oct 12, 2012
    • Absolutely yes, we have a local commissioner who is always available to residents.  I have also worked with the previous commissioner to make changes in our community.  Our township is pretty good, there are definitely some things that could be changed, possibly if we can get a team together with a strong vocal lead (preferably a man, they also need to get involved) then we could do a lot of good here.

      Right now, many residents are having issues with other residents who refuse to clean up their properties, are not always law-abiding, speed with their vehicles, etc...I say give them a small fine, that will change their attitudes.




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