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Rep. John Reilly On How His Grassroots Group Took Over the Township
by Adam de Angeli      Posted April 12, 2021

 
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State Representative John Reilly discusses how an ordinary Joe became a state representative. Before becoming State Rep, his local group took over their township board and put a stop to lots of bad policy.

And then they helped him become their representative for 90 thousand people in the state legislature.

It involved getting like-minded people together and knocking on some doors.

Rep. Reilly is the proof of the power that citizens can have when they organize locally.






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