In short, the public, and its elected leaders, need better, clearer, and more complete information. At this stage, because of a co-opted press, excessively restrictive security rules, and the sheer magnitude of our government, we are being deprived of the information we, as citizens, need to make better, more well-informed decisions. The government, in an effort to protect its own prerogatives, protects the flow of information in a way that ensures policies that it, and those that benefit from it, prefer. Democracy relies, at its foundation, of its citizens giving reasoned consideration to facts to make decisions based upon their policy preferences, the facts, and possible outcomes. The people need clear, accurate, and pertinent information. What they are routinely provided is propaganda, misdirection, and marketing, rather than facts. Mr. Fenstermaker’s primary focus, after he is elected, will be on ensuring that his constituents, and Americans in general, are given access to the information that they need to make better decisions on public policy. He has dedicated his life to this goal.