I think we should speak in a language that appeals to the broadest coalition of Pennsylvanians. Like that adage says, "Keep It Simple, Silly." Perhaps a slogan -- rather, different slogans -- will amass this appeal. For example, combine into a slogan... popular themes among participants of the study (i.e. COVID): "No time for corruption in a time of COVID." "Better together: End COVID and End Corruption, too." Or "Better Together: Ban Corruption and Ban COVID, too."
Response to commentary on Democracy Action Council's study on voter dislikes on March on Harrisburg's Slack page (M. Pollack)
Jubalyn ExWilliams lives in Pennsylvania (United States). You can find her writings and commentaries, including the one on M. Pollack's response to the Democracy Action Council's study on voter dislikes, at landturn.com/blog.
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