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So, though I can't vote, I do. With my words, my money, my conversations, and with a willingness to know what I want, shift what I want, and believe in a leader who will work with me to help us have it.

Be sure to choose a leader who believes in you as much as you believe in them.

The relationship is a symbiotic one.

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