A letter to my fellow Kentuckians

David Patterson

To my fellow Kentuckians,
Like you, I am not a politician. However, I have reached a point where I can no longer remain silent. Our career politicians have failed us. Our government has overstepped it's bounds and has compromised our way of life. It's now time for us, the regular people of Kentucky, to stand up and demand that our elected representatives actually listen to us - the people they are supposed to represent.
If I am elected, I will listen to Kentuckians. My goal is to maximize individual liberty, by curbing government interference into your personal daily life. I will accomplish this by working with other elected officials in voting to eliminate wasteful government spending, to consolidate redundant government functions, and to phase out government departments and programs that have outlived their usefulness. I will fight for us to allow Kentucky to determine its own future, and not have the Federal government mandate the details of our lives. And I will protect our civil liberties as Kentuckians, Americans, and individuals.
I thank you for taking the time to review my platform and positions. Please do not hesitate to reach out to me with any questions or concerns you may have. This campaign is about us -- the people of Kentucky -- versus the establishment political powers of Washington DC.
Thank you,