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Published on Dec 24, 2014
Carl Person, candidate for NYS Attorney General, NYC Mayor and US President, is providing a new way for voters in Hudson NY 12534 (population 6,648) to create high-paying jobs for Hudson residents through two ballot initiatives to be put before Hudson voters on November 3, 2015. The first ballot initiative is to have Hudson provide a free, 1-year program for Hudson adults and for Hudson high school seniors to train them to manage a small business or small entity for its owner or current manager, to enable the owner or current manager to devote their activities to more profitable or productive activities for their entity, with the newly-trained employee being paid from $25 to $60 per hour by any of millions of small entities through the U.S., without licensing. The direct cost of this 1-year, 500-hour training program would be as little as $333/year per student, in comparison to the $29,900 (or $11,000 teaching cost) cost per student currently being paid in the City of Hudson for K-12. The second ballot initiative is to have Hudson NY pay $1,000 per week (or $50,000) in radio advertising costs per year to advertise one or more databases which provide unlimited, long-term, free key word advertising for Hudson residents and small businesses, with each advertiser expected to have a key word ad and a landing page for each item being offered. The cost of advertising all products and services for each participant would be about $20 per year, in contrast to the annual cost of advertising of McDonald's which is about $$69,789 per store. Attorney Person believes that these economies of scale will enable local advertisers (including residents seeking part-time income) to obtain substantial income from this town advertising; that local land values will increase substantially together with local salaries, sales, profits and opportunities, and tax revenues, together with a decrease in social service costs. Most importantly, Person believes that these two reforms will be adopted by many other cities, towns and villages in the U.S. and re-establish the middle class in the U.S., and reduce the ever-increasing concentration of the U.S. economy. A copy of the two ballot initiatives for Hudson NY are available for free review and downloading at voterlaws.com.