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Campaigns and Communication: what should we expect?

Original post made by [removed], another community, on Nov 25, 2011

Dear Editor,

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Posted by Alamo Gets Justice
a resident of Alamo
on Dec 1, 2011 at 1:51 pm

The feelings of locals regarding this issue are strongly desired. The infamous constant lacks of infrustructure and services compared to development in local jurisdictions have fallen criminally behind.

The citizen’s opinions whose lives these developments affect should be fundamental to the powers that approve or deny them.

How can we as voters place pressure on local and county jurisdictions to dig deeper into the affects development place on our lives?

Everyone should research politician’s history of existing office holders along with demanding a stance on the infrastructure issue from potential challengers in upcoming elections.