The Capitol Report | November 23rd, 2016

Happy Thanksgiving

thanksgivingJust a few weeks ago, we came together as a nation to decide our future as we voted for the individuals who will lead us in the years to come. A few days later, we paused to honor and remember the efforts of the men and women who have fought to preserve our right to vote, and our many other freedoms. Now, as we celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday, it’s a time to give thanks for the many blessings we have as a people and a nation.

Unlike many other nations, we do have free and fair elections where the decisions of folks from all walks of life are counted equally. Even if you’re unhappy with the outcome of the elections, you have to admire a system that allowed all of our voices to be heard through the voting process. Even better, we are able to do this is in a nation where equality and opportunity are real things. We are fortunate to live in a land where dreams can come true through hard work and determination, and where the American Dream is a reality for those who pursue it.

And on a day where we give thanks, it is important to keep in our hearts and prayers the many men and women who continue to serve and protect our great nation. So many of them are away from home, and apart from those they love during a time of year when being with family means so much. They have put love of country above all, and for that we must give them our sincere thanks and gratitude.

It’s also during this time of the year when we should look beyond our own trials and tribulations, and ask what we can do to help those around us in need. As you give thanks with your family, I urge you to take the time to consider ways to help others and give back to our great community.

I am very thankful to continue to have the privilege of serving you as your state representative. It is an honor and a privilege. As I sit down with my family this Thanksgiving, I will have your family, and all of the families of the 120th District, in mind as we gear up for the next legislative session starting in January. Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving!

As always, I will work diligently for you as your State Representative.

-Jason

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