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Last week in Littleton, New Hampshire, a high school sophomore pulled me aside to talk about solutions to the opioid crisis in her hometown. I am so honored I was able to hear her story and have the opportunity to take the time to listen to her ideas about how we solve this epidemic.
It is striking that we’re living in a time where a candidate actually listening to the people made news. (Seriously. It made headlines — check it out.) At the end of the day, we don’t live in an autocracy. The presidency belongs to the people. Listening to what people think shouldn’t be an anomaly — even if they’re not old enough to vote yet.
If we truly want to solve the big issues our country faces, whether it’s the opioid crisis or making sure all communities have clean water, we’ve got to listen to the people who are living through these experiences. We need to talk to each other and work together — and that’s what this campaign has always been about.
Now, we’re coming up on a pivotal moment in this race. The debates start next month and because ours is an underdog campaign, we need to go into June with as much momentum as possible.
Hope to chat with you out on the trail sometime soon,

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