Gregg gubernatorial administration would seek input from all comers

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Gregg gubernatorial administration would seek input from all comers
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 Posted 8/9/2012 11:03:48 PM
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I have never personally met a professional politician who listens better than Vi Simpson. 

When I was in graduate school I lead a group of students in a project to analyze Indiana's first Brownfields legislation - Co sponsored by Senator Simpson.  

We went up and sent a message to her to come out and meet with us and she came out of Chamber to do so!  She listened very well and proved it by asking great questions.   She took our proposal seriously thoroughly reviewed it and thanked us for our time.

A few months ago I met her and talked about the importance of broadband internet access.

Once again she proved that she listened very well by asking great questions and talking about the issue.  

Vi had a first hand grasp on the current pending legislation and how Republicans were working on bills to reduce competition in the marketplace leading to higher costs for small business owners like me.

Now I see it reported that Gregg's campaign will be making an announcement about broadband access.

Vi is a class act, the best representative of the people of Indiana we could ask for and I can personally vouch for her integrity and consideration.



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