A few years ago a man was running for city council. In an interview he said that he would have no problem voting against his constituents wishes if he thought it was in thier best interest.
Would you vote for someone who made a statement like that?
Answer by dullscissors at 10:06 AM on Oct. 5, 2010
Depends on how much I wanted to stay a politician.
The trick is to have the best constituents and such a horrendous decision would never come your way!
Answer by mustbeGRACE at 10:06 AM on Oct. 5, 2010
Answer by MTM at 10:12 AM on Oct. 5, 2010
enough to financially support the take back 20.
Answer by jewjewbee at 10:14 AM on Oct. 5, 2010
Answer by QueenMomma2023 at 10:17 AM on Oct. 5, 2010
Answer by scout_mom at 10:27 AM on Oct. 5, 2010
I would have to look at their voting history. If they had none, probably not. But of it were on one or two issues where the constituients are just plain misinformed...it wouldn't hinder me voting for him. If it was a constant, no....
Answer by sweet-a-kins at 10:28 AM on Oct. 5, 2010
Answer by yourspecialkid at 10:30 AM on Oct. 5, 2010
Nor would I.
I am a good constituent and never give my representatives reasons to have to "be my dad/mom".
I don't expect them to, and they don't need to do that for me.
Answer by mustbeGRACE at 10:39 AM on Oct. 5, 2010
Answer by Mom2Just1 at 11:03 AM on Oct. 5, 2010