For voters in the West Ashley / St Andrews District 10 Constituent School please write-in a vote for Bob Aubin. I have years of experience in customer service management and problem solving skills learned in the United States Navy. I will put my main focus on ensuring the best interests of all West Ashley students are met and that parents are given maximum input into disciplinary issues and school district lines (the primary focus of the Constituent School Board).
Please remember to write in your vote for Bob Aubin for Constituent School Board on Tuesday!
Bob Aubin for Charleston County constituent school board:
I am stepping forward to put my name in contention for District 10 (West Ashley) as a Write-In candidate. I ask all voters in the West Ashley / St Andrews region to write-in a vote for Bob Aubin for Charleston County constituent school board. I know my experience in the United States Navy and as a manager in customer service have given me the skills I would need to serve the community in this capacity. I want to ensure that the constituent school board serves the needs of the community and I would be honored to have your vote.
If my Facebook friends install this app they will see virtually nothing from me. About 90% of the stuff I post on Facebook has at least something political in it.
From Congressman Scott's soon-to-be replacement, Bobbie Rose:
So representative Tim Scott has decided to be “server for a day” at a local restaurant. While it’s a flamboyant way to tout his concerns about “federal tax policies” and “energy strategy”, it’s a more appropriate venue to talk about the issues restaurant workers face daily. These include:
$ 2.13 per hour minimum wage, which has remained unchanged for the past 20 years.
71% of servers are female, and they are almost three times more likely to be paid below the poverty line than the general workforce.
Female restaurant workers suffer sexual harassment at more than 5 times the rate of the general female workforce.
7 of the 10 lowest-paid occupations in the U.S. are restaurant jobs. Most of these occupations are majority female and wages are below the poverty line.
90% of restaurant workers surveyed nationwide are not provided paid sick days or health benefits.
66% of restaurant workers reported cooking, preparing and serving food while sick, because they could not afford to take unpaid time off.
Does Tim Scott really believe that cutting corporate taxes is the first thing that comes to mind when these workers think about improving their futures?
WE CAN DO BETTER for our working class!
Jack, the ACA is completely Constitutional - as the majority of courts up to this point have held.
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