Friends of Robert Cotton, Committee to Elect.
How do things get done? Whose proposals are heard? That's process.
Who has the ear of the administration? Who can get their ideas around the town government and who cannot? That's accessibility.
Where are the decisions made? Who contributes to the conversation before the vote? That's Transparency.
Who is invited to the discussion table? What are our priorities? That's inclusion
Robert has adopted this acronym for this campaign in order to show major changes that need to be implemented within our local government.
This is the way you conduct a democratic open government. Not only does it ensure every voice is heard, but it also improves efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and ensures that our government is a stable representative of our community. Open government works.