This short guide outlines a plan to restore accountability to our elected officials from a grassroots level, while strengthening our communities and encouraging citizen involvement. It builds a new model on an old pattern. Their plan is based on the "Committees of correspondence" first recommended by Samuel Adams to the Boston town meeting.
Davis and Morris present a case that townhall style meetings inside each voting precinct could renew the republic from the ground up. We are sure you will agree that the ideas are exciting, simple and actionable. This plan presents a blueprint for a structure to provide ongoing support to elected representatives, while simultaneously "growing" new candidates who can better represent the people.
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