Do you know your committee member?
To the editor:
Elections are around the corner. But our system of elections, which produces our “government” and those who make the laws for us, starts with our committee people. They are the ground zero of getting neighborhood people involved in their election process. I just spent the better part of a wHHN WUyLnJ WR finG RuW whR my committee people in are — both D and R. After all this effort, including calls to the top politicos of the parties, I have the names of two out of four of them. The other two are still a mystery. And the responsiveness of those “running” the party is astounding.
Committee people “shouldLwouldLought to” seek out those who might be interested in getting involved in their government, including in the process of finGLnJ nHw, YLEUDnW IDFHV to run for commissioner and other positions and reaching out to people who care about the issues their party is promoting.
How many of you know who your committee people are? How many of you have received a call or a letter so