Committee to Elect Jamie Tolliver Presents:

She is the new woman on the block. She believes that the way to a better city, a better nation, a better world, is through education. Far too often people vote simply because it is their right and they have been conditioned to do so. But how often do we go into the ballot box, with far too little information and leave unsure of what we voted on and are forced to do the research later (if we do it at all)? We are not “born” political. Jamie Tolliver wants to use her platform to educate and empower ALL the citizens of St. Louis County. She seeks to be a voice for the voiceless and a beacon of knowledge to the community of which she is a part.

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