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Statesman v/s. Politician

Updated: Oct 24, 2020

In my opinion a politician has made a career of politics. His or her career comes above the needs of his constituents. We see this if you look at the voting records of most congressmen and senators; the votes are in alignment with their party minority or majority leaders. What this means is that you don't get a say. You get what the party leadership wants. This is not the intent of our forefathers. A statesman listens to his/her constituents and votes on what is best for the people. He/she is a true representative.


The incumbent, Joe Neguse has agreed 100% with Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi. No wonder Colorado is lagging behind California in technical grants. I'm sure the people of Colorado are happy to know that they don't have a say, instead we have handed it over to California.

https://projects.propublica.org/represent/members/N000191-joe-neguse/compare-votes/P000197-nancy-pelosi/116


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