I came from a background of homelessness, pushing a shopping cart, and eating out of dumpsters.
I believe that everyone's voice matters, that the minorities are those who are struggling in everyday life's situations.
WHAT REAL MESSAGE ARE WE PRESENTING TO EARN A DISTRICT VOTE???
Today's minorities are people who are struggling; having a hard time being part of the development within their communities, this includes those with disabilities. It's not about race, ethnic, religion, or creed issue, it's a misunderstood or silent voice that cries out in need that an individual can't get without the help and support of a collective board from the right group of commissioners.
This is not a Republican/Democratic battle, it's a community deficiency placed in the middle of political debates that has no place in community awareness. The bottom line is what can elected board members "collectively" do for their community. Vote for Steven Lawrence Hill Sr., an experienced representative of those voices that can close the gap of these cracks, and remove the wedge from unifying the community.
TO THE CHURCHES IN MONROE (CITY AND COUNTY)
Together, let's restore balance within our community. As we pray, we should also put forth our efforts into action as faith without works is dead. The bible that you are carrying displays many political challenges that you might not be aware of, like: Romans 13:1-7, 1 Timothy 2:1-2 and Titus 3:9. Sometimes we lose sight on how a church could do their part in electing those that God may have brought into a pathway that may not be understandable, but has a divine purpose for whatever reason in time. Just read about Moses's adventure. At least consider where you stand at in the political arena.
You don't have to represent a certain party to choose the right candidate in faith . . . Think about it. Your part is biblical. From homelessness to legal assistant and publisher, and now, again, I'm doing my part in faith!