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Kevin Christopher Reed

LIBERTY IS ON THE BALLOT IN NOVEMBER

We have some difficult days ahead. We are in the middle of a perfect storm of chaos and crisis. A housing crisis, economic crisis, violence on the rise, gas prices surging, and a state at this impasse must decide which direction it will go? We can choose politics as usual. We can swing from one party to the other and allow extreme political shifts that do nothing more than make casualties of our civil liberties. Or we can bet on us, the working class of Massachusetts.

With inflation skyrocketing, my campaign has emerged to declare that now is not the time to obstruct the working class from occupational licenses with unnecessary fees to make a living to make ends meet. 

Right now, we live in a world demanding the equitable distribution of public resources. This campaign declares that no license to sell, grow and distribute marijuana should not be priced so high that only the rich can afford to enter the new industry. Business licenses issued by the state should be priced for everyone in the Commonwealth to take advantage of opportunities. 

As economic desperation sets in and we enter a season of lawlessness, this campaign realizes that now is time to declare the human right of self-defense. 

It is the preservation and expansion of our small business to forge the way forward in our darkest hour. Massachusetts has the opportunity through workshare cooperatives to allow the working class to spearhead re-industrialization and birth a new economic revolution. 

We must choose between us or politics as usual, between us and economic dependency; dependency or economic liberty and liberty, I'm afraid, can't wait. 
 

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