A Lesson From a Young Man

By ConcernedConservative on February 23, 2011

Wesley Cornwell, a 19-year-old University of Las Vegas student, has decided to run for County Commission in Las Vegas. Mr. Cornwell is going to be the youngest man to ever run for this seat. He is running as a Republican in District D.

“We need to restore accountability,” he says. “It’s one of the biggest things our county and government is lacking. We also need more integrity and respect. Without those, the government can’t run.”

Mr. Cornwell has been interested in politics since high school and loves studying law. His passion for the law and for government are refreshing. He says that he will be at every meeting he can be at and will even go door to door while he is running. The public, he believes, will support him even though he is young.

We need more people like Mr. Cornwell to show this much passion about our government. We can all learn from this young man. Instead of sitting at home and complaining we can learn to be more active and involve ourselves in our local government.

Find something to be passionate about, pursue it and work hard for that passion.

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