As a political novice, you may be skeptical of many politicians and their personal emails, but a few of them stand out.
Here’s how to handle them: Read their emails.
If you follow their email, you’ll notice that most are friendly and sincere, often expressing gratitude or expressing gratitude to people for their support.
But there are also emails that feel a bit condescending.
If that’s you, you can read their email to get a sense of how the politicians think and feel.
And if you feel that way, read the rest of their emails to get the perspective of someone who thinks the same way.
If the emails are friendly, you might feel comfortable asking them questions about their positions and opinions.
But if you get the impression that their answers are a mixture of wishful thinking and wishful ignorance, you should take that to heart.
You don’t have to send emails straight out of the blue.
You can ask for more time to respond and for them to respond more slowly.
You might also be tempted to respond to the emails and then ignore them.
If they don’t respond, consider getting their attention and telling them you have some ideas about how to improve the situation.
That’s good advice.
But it won’t fix the problem.
It won’t solve the problem and it won