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Reader Opinion: Support Congressman Nolan

The quality of our future depends on what we do today. Precisely because of that truth, our own Rick Nolan wants to restore America's democracy where it belongs - in the hands of the common people. When "the people" no longer believe they have a ...

The quality of our future depends on what we do today. Precisely because of that truth, our own Rick Nolan wants to restore America's democracy where it belongs - in the hands of the common people. When "the people" no longer believe they have a say, they give up and opt out. Last year two-thirds of Americans did just that by declining their most precious right of the vote. It's the very gift America's service men and women give us as their last measure of devotion.

As 2016 approaches, we know Americans will be bombarded with political crap the likes of which has never been seen before. Guess what? The media giants foresee the biggest advertising cash bonanza, far beyond their wildest imaginations. Because of that, they will wage war against Rick's Restore Democracy campaign. No doubt this explains the recent wave of unsolicited phone calls attacking Rick.

Rick Nolan wants to kill their Golden Goose by ridding elections of the tidal wave of corporate and billionaire money (much of it secretly given) now unleashed by the U.S. Supreme Court's monstrous mistake called Citizens United.

You can help Rick. Call his Washington office and tell him you are ready to join his fight. His office is 202-225-6211. Fax him your support at 202-225-0699. Go to his Facebook page and sign up for his newsletters.

Do it today. Your future depends on it.

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David Strand

Aitkin

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