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“OPEN MIC” with 2018 Senate District 19 Candidate RUEBEN DOCKERY

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                                                    July 20, 2018

                      “OPEN MIC” with 2018 Senate District 19 Candidate

                                             RUEBEN DOCKERY

                                                         Topic:

                                  How Can I be heard as a Constituent?

There is a popular misunderstanding among many voters nationally. The misunderstanding is that an elected official has some sort of power over all the voters that put them in office. When we speak of a voter we are simply talking about a CON-STIT-U-ENT. The word constituent is defined as “being a voting member of a community or organization and having the power to appoint or elect”. Following that definition, clearly we see that people hold the power over the elected official. Whenever, ignorance and or apathy exist among people of good will in a voting community, the chances of a politician to dupe and/or manipulate the power of the said community are increased.

Please join RUEBEN DOCKERY in a candid community dialogue as he explains the real power that the voting community of - Tennessee Senate District 19 have in this election cycle of 2018.

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