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It's time for 'the ask'

Chances are, you’re gonna like this. The “ask” might not be what you think but it’s a simple and easy way to build trust with anyone, even the staunchest conservatives.  The election presents a unique opportunity to make a deal with someone that you will fight with them on an issue after the election, regardless of who wins. It’s a unique opportunity to say, “Hey, we may disagree now, but let’s fight together after the election to make things better no matter who wins.
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