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Hold Elected Officials Responsible Black Citizens

 


The greatest mistake, error, or flaw black citizens have when it comes to the local, steak and national political arena, is that what they help elect people to office they don’t follow up with holding them responsible for providing true, meaningful, effective, efficient, and tangible, measurable, representation. Too often, blacks just elect people to office as mayor, president, senator, representative, council person, alderperson, police juror, school board member, sheriff, Marshall, district attorney, judge, clerk of court, registrar of voters, public service commissioner, State attorney...



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