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" I never accept anything I haven't earned, I can't afford the price. Life doesn't give trophies just for showing up. What I have earned is mine, what is given belongs to someone else. What belongs to someone else can and will be taken from you." Kris E Roberts
Kris E. Roberts for Senate Seat 10
Knowledge, Experience, Expertise, and Results are Required!
My Goal is to speak for those without a voice, and create opportunities for those who have very few or none!
The Senate 10 election will be a choice between establishment’s money or experience and effectiveness.
There is no way that I am going to raise the $100,000 that is suppose to be needed to win this campaign. I asked the State Party for help and guidance, but the party’s help and guidance costs tens of thousands of dollars.
I have spent my whole life breaking through barriers and exceeding people’s expectations of me.
I ask only one thing,
judge me on my qualifications not on how much money I raise. Win or lose, as Teddy
Roosevelt stated, I entered the arena while others just watched and complained
Remember people almost always act out of their own self-interest and rarely out of character
“Leaders with strong virtuous values are more likely to act ethically than are leaders who are operating with a weak or non-existent value system. One set of values that seems to be universally accepted includes wisdom, self-control, justice, transcendence, kindness, and courage. When faced with challenging decisions, leaders who have not internalized a value system that includes these values will probably respond with more variability than will one who has such a system. It is primarily in the situation in which the leader does not have an internalized value system that mental gymnastics or mind games may cause an otherwise good person to make unethical decisions.” Martin Seligman
“In whatever arena of life one may meet the challenge of courage, whatever may be the sacrifices he faces if he follows his conscience the loss of his friends, his fortune, his contentment, even the esteem of his fellow men each man must decide for himself the course he will follow." John F. Kennedy