Sometimes to affect change you have to change yourself. Well a group of concerned citizens have decided that enough is enough and have formed a voters club. In fact the League Of Voter Empowerment (L.O.V.E.) is such a club.
We will endorse and vote for the candidates that we believe best support our agenda and we will work to vote out the elected officials that we know do not have the best interest of their constituents in mind.
The endorsement list you are about to read is the first installment of many that will come out of the membership free, Voters Club (L.O.V.E.).
There’s nothing quite like sprinkling ( L.O.V.E. ) on a community that can change the political and economic struggle of a people.
The “League of Voter Empowerment (L.O.V.E.) has been asked to produce the data and to explain how a “double blind” survey was conducted to obtain the results listed above. They have refused.
Many of these candidates have not publicly indicated where they stand on the issues related to the office they seek. How can an organization endorse a candidate if they don’t know what the candidate stands for?
Is the “League of Voter Empowerment” a legally registered non-profit organization?