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Glen Bradley Platform on Citizen Responsiveness

July 22, 2010

The year is 2010. The internet in it’s current form has been around for nearly 30 years. In it’s former form for nearly 60 years. There is simply no excuse for the extreme lack of accountability which we see in our elected officials at all levels.

Public officials set up websites to dictate things to the public, but they have forgotten that the public is their employers, and the public officials are the employees.

A means of gauging and carrying out a constituent consensus is long, long overdue.

As your State House representative, Glen Bradley will set up and establish an internet community specifically designed for maximizing the input of any given individual constituent, and establishing a consensus of the entire district, so that he can represent you in Raleigh in an informed way.

In America, and in North Carolina, public officeholders are supposed to be public servants — not public masters. It is time that we put an end to the practice of electing lords over ourselves and instead elect partners in a democratically representative republican form of government.

You, the people of NC House District 49 deserve responsive and accountable representation. Someone who will carry YOUR concerns into the State Assembly and not only the wishes of the millionaire centered and ideologically slanted League Of Municipalities.

Glen’s campaign funding comes entirely from the individual people at large, in programs such as “10,000 Ten’s for Glen in 2010.” Therefore he is in no way beholden to corporate or special interests, does not answer to the PAC’s or parties that haven’t given him a dime, but only to you, the constituents of NC House District 49, who are funding his campaign and who will elect him to office.

Therefore, his responsibility is clear and without confusion. Glen will represent you, only you, and in order to facilitate that he will use every piece of technology that he can bring to bear to usher in a new era of transparency, responsiveness, and accountability to his office.

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