The Independent Man Needs YOU: Consider This Call To Civic Action

Is it time for you to get involved… to save our state? If we are ever going to change the policies that are driving away families and crippling businesses, the sad truth, my friend, is that we are going to have to change the players.

Rhode Island’s political class is so beholden to so many special interest groups and agendas, that they are paralyzed when it comes to considering common-sense, pro-growth policy reforms.

That’s why I’m asking you to ask yourself… if you are willing to run for public office … at the state or local level. Our government needs more conservative elected officials at all levels. Can you consider answering the call?

What our state needs is business people and common-sense men and women who want to make our state a better place to raise a family and build a career … people who want to keep Rhode Island as our home … people like you.

If your family situation and business career is at the point where you can spare a little time to help improve the lives of the good people of Rhode Island then please take a minute to think about this call… the ultimate public service!

In talking with current lawmakers who are engaged in business and are deeply involved with raising their families … the time requirements are not that burdensome, and can actually be quite rewarding.

Whether you consider running as an independent, Republican, or Democrat… I can put you in touch with experts who can help you think things through and, even help organize your campaign. It’s not too late for the 2020 elections.

It is the civic duty of each one of us to consider this call to action… very seriously. I have strongly considered this option myself, but have concluded that I can provide a greater service to my state in my current capacity as CEO for the Center. What about you?

I would enjoy talking with you if you’d like to discuss further, but keep in mind… your state needs you! Godspeed with your decision.


Of the following two issues related to Rhode Island’s public schools, which one is a greater concern?

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