No one should blindly vote for anybody. that being said, a voter information system doesn’t exist in America. That’s part of the reason elections cost so much. And while the League of Women voters tries to provide a “voters guide” it’s rarely more than a brief bio and a 100 words split between two questions. This is why I formed the non-profit Modern Policy Institute.
Many voters are swayed by the words “endorsed candidate” from any number of groups. What does that mean exactly? Who elected those people to decide for you who the best candidate is for you? And what strings will that “endorsement” come with?
That’s why I’ve been sharing my positions online since 2005- both on my blog, on my youtube channel and by providing very wordy campaign literature.
So before you decide to help with my campaign- please, take the time to go look at the other candidates sites and compare. I’ve made it easy, by providing links.
Learn about the candidates:
Congressman Mike Turner:
I’ve known Mike since his first run for mayor of Dayton- since I was in that primary field in my first race. People got confused a lot between the two tall white guys with glasses and hair who were running. I was the one who actually had positions.
He’s a 2x divorced, lawyer who barely practiced law. He’s the epitome of “life-long politician” who has lost touch with the people he represents. His website is: www.miketurner.com and no matter what it says- He’s not working for us- unless you are a big defense contractor.
David Esrati. You’re on my campaign site now. I also have the blog esrati.com that is the best read political blog in Dayton. Veteran, Businessman, Community Activist.
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