RA Hallman

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Bachelor :Economics, Graduate Studies Psychology, NOW "Public Issue Specialist" *Leadership Trainer Election Campaigns.... Married to Career Educator, History-Government-Law with Graduate Degree Specialties. Both Daughter and Son Careers in Education.

Saturday, May 8, 2021

Congressional & Senate - "FIX IT" - Mobile Office with Staff Worker - 4 - Government Issues & LISTEN !!

πŸ‘‚πŸ‘‚   Start with Major Responsibility of all elected officials and their requirement to Represent their Constituents no matter their voter registration with Government Issues that impact their life.  Listen without political consideration, their need for assistance and respond with Professional Attention.  This Blog now spending time and effort to eliminate the failed response, too often associated with the constant failed assistance of government attention to their problems.

I have been researching with First Hand attention, this problem and find that a large percentage of elected officials give this issue little or no attention.  Staff in many cases are poorly trained and know their lack of interest to follow up is acceptable to their supervision.  We as Constituents need to enforce a correction by complaint to the media, who needs to communicate this issue.  

Eight to ten phone calls for information or an answer without attention, is common practice. We as the voting public also represent a correction failure, because we do not punish at election time.

πŸ‘‚πŸ‘‚My suggestion and correction: To establish as one of the office locations for each Federal and State or Large City elected official a Mobile Office that moves to schedule locations each month for this assistance and service.  A cost reduction because this idea will have a savings rather than a rental building cost.

The resistance to this suggestion will be to bury this reasonable idea.  All kinds of reasons will be to keep Representative Locations limited to avoid the need to serve the public. 



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