Who is Eric Leitzen?

Like everyone, I am, and have been, a lot of things:

I’ve been a substitute teacher and a 3rd-shift bakery packager. I’ve
interviewed rock stars and pumped out boat toilets. But one thing remains the same: wherever I go, I challenge power. I’ve challenged power on
conservative small-town councils, and I’ve challenged power on liberal- leaning tourism boards. I can’t stand bullies and I hate cheats. I’m
running for office because enough of us have to stand up and start fighting for those of us who can’t: the struggling, the bled dry, the exploited and the abused. It’s time for a fundamental change in how things are done, and it can happen down here between the bluffs just as much as it can happen in the big city… but we’re all going to have to work together to make things better for everyone.

Will you join me?

A revolution isn’t always a gun and a flag. Sometimes a revolution is telling your boss you won’t work 12 hour shifts anymore. Sometimes a revolution is demanding nutritious food, clean water, guaranteed healthcare, safe housing, decent and stable wages, and everything else you work so hard for and deserve. The rich and powerful in charge think you’re stupid: they think they can keep telling you how great everything is while they run off with your money, but they’re terrified of all of us, from all walks of life, realizing one very important thing: there’s more of us than there are of them, and together we can make sure everyone has a decent life instead of a handful living in disgusting, wasteful luxury even they can’t fully wrap their heads around.

If we all work together, we can do it.

Will you join us?

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