Jose G Torres 19wp

Jose G Torres

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  • answered 2018-09-26 10:34:34 -0400
    Q: How often do you vote?
    A: Every election, every year.

    How often do you vote?

    Are you a cafeteria voter? Do you pick and chose what to vote in? Or do you vote in everything from county dog catcher to President of the United States?

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  • answered 2018-09-26 10:34:20 -0400
    Q: Please elaborate on your choice and position...
    A: Partisanship and tribalism has ruined good government for everybody. Party over country is a recipe for disaster and how did we let the top 2 parties take over so much control of our elections, our candidates and government

    What Issue are you passionate about?

    What issue are you passionate about?  What issue matter the most to you when you vote?  Which issue would you prefer our party add or expound more upon with in our party platform?  Please fill out this survey in order to best inform our party and candidates where our members and electorate stand to better represent the people.  

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  • answered 2018-09-26 10:32:32 -0400
    Q: Please explain your answer here.
    A: Integrity is a fundamental trait of any good leader. You can trust them to do the right thing, to say the honest things, and to do what is right for everybody

    Traits of a Leader

    Whether a candidate is running for City Council, Mayor, State Legislature, Governor, Congress or President there are some traits or qualifications we look for as a society.  As Whigs, what are the traits that you look for in a candidate for any of these offices?

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  • signed up on Action 2018-09-26 10:25:06 -0400

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