• Casey Lucius: First Presidential lacks actual policy plans to help our communities

    The first Presidential debate may have been one of the most watched television events in the history of the United States.
    “It is sad to see two people argue back and forth with fear and deception rather than tell the voting public exactly how they are going to tackle real issues like increasing the labor force, protecting our nation, balancing the national budget, and ensuring fair wages,” said Casey Lucius candidate for Congress from the Central Coast.
    With millions watching, both candidates had an opportunity to lay out their policy plans for the next four years.
    “Both candidates used words like “reform” and “comprehensive” when talking about policy but failed to lay out succinct plans to address the ever increasing challenges facing our nation. Much like my opponent both Presidential candidates used political sound bites and empty promises, lacking policy specifics,” she said.

    Dr. Casey Lucius is a Pacific Grove City Councilwoman and candidate for California Congressional District 20. She is a former Naval Intelligence Officer and professor of National Security.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on September 26, 2016

    Topics: Front PG News


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