The Three Assumptions
In all of our conversations we start with these things to be assumed as facts.
- Most people (voters) are people of goodwill and cast their votes on the basis of desiring a better outcome for themselves, their family and the community around them.
- Many issues are very complicated and some are not so easy to resolve or it's likely we would have fixed them by now. There are a lot of perspectives and stakeholders to consider.
- The right to vote is both a freedom to be cherished and a vital duty of every citizen. A government so chosen by the people, to serve the people should be supported.