*Public Safety. Public Safety is a growing concern because of the dangers that currently pose to individuals, as well as society. Therefore we need to make this society a place where officers would want to work (more officers), restructure the 911 system/schedule, increase higher police presence for private businesses, and increase punishments for criminal offenders.
*Education. Enhancing professional competence and confidence for educators, building leadership qualities to lead higher academic achievement for students, as well as providing legislative and legal services are definite reasons why Mary will stand strong with seeing that our educational system is operating at its best.
*Employment. There are more employable jobs than workers globally. What sectors will help to create the number of jobs needed for our unemployed? We must support the U.S Labor Force, whose participation rate is a strong key component in long-term economic growth, almost more important than productivity.
*Affordable HealthCare. While the healthcare system is largely funded through hard-working people who pay taxes, we must continue to keep our focus on one major goal of the healthcare system: to ensure good health and to respond to the expectations of the population. Affordable healthcare is a demand! We must fight for fair financial contribution from the people (based on family income) and the government, so that we can decrease the number of people who are actually dying of curable diseases.In the State of Georgia only one person has won an Independent State House of Representative election in Southern Georgia. As I sought the last leader’s advice on a story from the first miracle performed by Jesus, in John 2:1-11 it was confirmed that a candidate should be a servant to the voters and people of his or her electoral areas. To the people: God is on my side. I have worked with many fine churches, organizations, business owners, and departments in both Democratic and Republican Parties. My work has graciously been extended to the low income, middle income, the wealthy, and even people with no income; to the homeless, jobless, schools, law enforcement, judicial system, and basically caring for America: our home of the free! In 2014, I assure you that we are not battling many of the issues we fought in the early days of civil rights. We have progressed, maybe not with everything, but we have come a long way. The work we have accomplished regarding civil rights, the NAACP, SCLC, the Anti-Klan network, Fair Housing, and more is not what the issues were back then. What we faced in the 80’s in the NAACP and SCLC is completely different in 2014. We need your vote and your signature as a candidate for the 2014 General Election. We need you to take a petition list in support of Mary Ward Cater for State House of Representative 2014.
Mary Ward Cater