October 9th, 2020
“Nine times out of ten, it’s not a crisis.” That’s what I often told myself when I worked for a governor. The mantra was one of the things that helped me keep my cool when the pressure mounted from large volumes of letters, emails, calls, and social media comments from constituents and reporters.
Eight hundred emails from constituents on Syrian refugees?
>> The response can wait until the Department of Social Services weighs in.
Reporters camped outside demanding an answer on the transgender bathroom bill?
>>The governor is going to hear from proponents and opponents before deciding.Read More