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What's Your Favorite Form of Public Service?

Question of the Week?

Service has always been one of the core American values. President John F. Kennedy famously said in his 1961 inaugural address, “ask not what your country can do for you-ask what you can do for your country.” Several years later, President Ronald Reagan said, “The work of volunteer groups throughout our country represent the very heart and soul of America. They have helped make this the most compassionate, generous and humane society that ever existed on the face of this earth.”

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Latest Questions

How do you think having more women in Congress affects the legislative process?

Do you think Congress should address issues piecemeal or attempt comprehensive solutions?

Do you socialize with those of differing political views?

Do you follow the budget news coming from Washington? How does the federal budget affect the decisions you make about your family’s finances?

Please post your thoughts in the comments section below. You can also tweet to us at @BPC_Bipartisan using the #EngageUSA hashtag or leave a message on our Facebook wall.


As Citizens for Political Reform, it’s up to all of us to make our collective voice heard to influence our leaders in Washington and across the country to make our government work. Every week, BPC will ask Citizens for Political Reform questions to solicit ways to improve government. Responses to these questions will be used to help inform the Commission on Political Reform and policy makers about public opinion.


2013-05-11 00:00:00

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