As you’re here scrolling through potential candidates for the February 2020 Special Senate election, you might have noticed that each candidate has something in common. They propose the same concepts and the same boring “ideas”. No, what the State of Firestone needs, is change. Citizens of this great State of Firestone are entitled to representation, and you are probably looking for a candidate that can provide you with one of your most fundamental rights.
“The smallest minority on earth is the individual. Those who deny individual rights cannot claim to be defenders of minorities.”
This quote applies to many situations, including this election. Every Citizen within Firestone deserves even the most basic of rights and representation. It doesn’t matter if you’re a criminal, the Governor, or a tow truck driver. This is what I aim to combat if elected into the Senate.
Currently, I am employed as a certified BAR attorney within the Department of Justice. I personally believe that Firestone hasn’t lacked in all, but one crucial spectrum of the defense of rights. The rights of employees. The legislation regarding employees’ rights is poorly written and ambiguous in their nature. I will make it my mission to ensure that every employee of this vast state is protected by our legislation instead of being vulnerable to it. If elected I will ensure that legislation better represents the wishes of employees and protects them.
All of the servicemen and servicewomen in the Firestone National Guard risk their lives every day fighting for their State and country…but did you know that National Guard military personnel are not completely legally protected? They are treated as civilians and are required to answer to civilian courts. Yet, the servicemen and women within the National Guard are not civilians. The United States of America offers its military personnel better protection than the State of Firestone. The US provides a separate, and just military court for all personnel enlisted into the armed forces. The National Guard is currently extremely vulnerable legally, and that is what I plan to change during my term if elected. Using my previous experience as Judge Advocate General within JFKPart’s United States Military 1960s, I plan to propose regulation in order to reform the military justice system and implement fair regulation in order to ensure everyone currently enlisted into the National Guard is provided with fair opportunities and rights, equal to that of any other Firestone citizen. I find it outrageous that Firestone’s soldiers, the ones who are willing to give their lives for our country, aren’t already supported with even the most basic of rights and respect.
Being open to any and all communication is a big part of my political philosophy. Therefore, in order to ensure that I am accessible to all, I have numerous systems of recommendations and communication setup. In order to propose a law simply fill out a form and it will automatically appear on my congressional Trello. I also have employed a discord server to organize and allow for more transparency. I may have my own regulation planned, but I am always 100% obliged to listen to my voters. If you want regulation changed or created, I will work day and night to ensure it happens. True representation starts now.
A vote for John is a vote for a more secure Firestone!