Hey BMG, let’s make October 15th Independence Day, when we elect someone who will answer to you and me, not the PAC’s or special interests who either donated to their campaigns or mailed disingenuous fliers. And don’t take my word for it, take the word of the people below who endorsed Will or wrote letters to their newspapers. See what they have to say about Will Brownsberger. Perhaps, their words will be promoted, since my diaries about Will Brownsberger were not.
Rep. Dave Rogers said Will “has a heart as much as a head” citing his opposition to three strikes and your out law, and how Will is aware of the injustice of the poor and minorities regarding mandatory minimum sentences.
Juli of Arlington wrote how Will walks the walk on climate change, by building to work and retrofitting his home with solar panels. Dan from Lexington praised Will for “his independence of thought, his forthright yet non-combative style”. Kathy noted that Will “just plain thinks before he makes up his mind. Sometimes that means he ends up with a position I don’t like, but I trust that he’s not reacting to the wind of popular opinion. And I love the fact that he’ll tell you he just doesn’t know the answer off the top of his head, but will get back to you – and does”
Vicki wrote how Will sets the standard with transparency in government. Elliot writes how Will personally communicates with him on the issues. Helen admires Will for his willingness to keep an open mind and listen to all sides and point of views before settling on a decision. Peter admires Will’s approach to capital budgets and his commitment to public education and innovation to online courses. Peter writes how Will bravely and correctly points out how protecting The First Amendment trumps those who want to repeal Citizens United.
Sara praises Will for not accepting PAC monies. Clarissa credits Will for helping her town with flood remediation. Paul notes “instead of just sending out self-promoting emails, Will sends out invitations to discuss issues on his website”. Stephanie writes how Will attends forums for special needs and The Boy Scouts.
So don’t my word for it, take the word of average citizens. We need the attributes described by those above in our next congressman. If they are important to you, then vote Will Brownsberger.