I am just curious to see who would like to participate in a focus group question?
I need as many answers/responses as I can get.
Write your own Political Campaign!
Your answer is fine, no matter what it is. The following are the guidelines...
1.) List only 3 subjects of interest
2.) Explain in no more than 250 words why your focus is on each of the 3 subjects. example: subject one = 250 words, subject #2=250 words and subject #3=250 words
3.) Please be sure to provide a link if you turn this into a Hub.
( If you choose to create a hub then please use title "Campaign of" ___your last name in the blank)
Make sure to post the link here, if you turn it into a hub..
Hope every one has fun with this. :-)
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