Friday, November 26, 2010 at 2:27 pm (Updated: November 28, 4:47 am)
A lot of promises were made by candidates vying for your vote during the most recent campaign season. Some promises communicated a sincere desire to improve upon the status quo. Others, at least to us, seemed nothing more than disingenuous attempts to woo a vote. Some centered on issues that were within the scope of responsibilities for the office a candidate sought, while others related to issues over which they’d have little, if any, influence.
For each candidate elected, however, at least a few promises hit the mark of importance with the majority of voters.
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